|Day Low/High||54.77 / 55.78|
|52 Wk Low/High||53.38 / 73.41|
European tobacco stocks smoked
The FDA wants to protect children and limit tobacco-related diseases by changing the way cigarettes are made.
The Nasdaq retreats further from records.
Poor earnings and an FDA gut-punch to the tobacco industry sank markets
Global equity rally takes a breather.
Bank and commodity stocks dragged European benchmarks lower Tuesday as mining stocks pared Monday's gains and the second-quarter earnings season got underway.
That's cigarette industry is under pressure.
The number of high school students who smoked cigarettes in the 30 days before being surveyed fell to 8% from 9.3% in 2015.
European stocks were mixed Wednesday as investors responded to concerns over Chinese demand for commodities as well as individual company announcements and a raft of economic figures.
BAT shares edged higher Wednesday even as investors eyed ongoing weakness in some of its core markets following a solid trading update for the first half of its financial year.
Low expectations offer investors promising opportunities if they know where to look.
Morgan Stanley leads the banks, while Kirkland & Ellis tops the law firms.
U.K. stock markets were boosted by dollar earners while continental stocks also enjoyed a boost after what was seen as a conciliatory speech from Prime Minister Theresa May.
Argus raised its rating on British American Tobacco.
Is this small-cap biotech play the best way to profit from the growing worldwide demand for vaccines?
Wells Fargo downgraded Reynolds American (RAI) stock on Thursday.
British American Tobacco plc posted stronger-than-expected full-year earnings and boosted its dividend as the group prepares to close its $50 billion takeover of Reynolds American.
European stocks continued to advance as solid corporate earnings and better-than-expected full-year economic data from Germany boosted risk sentiment.
British American Tobacco plc BTI posted stronger-than-expected full year earnings and boosted its dividend as the group prepares to close its $50 billion takeover of Reynolds American RAI
The number two American cigarette maker is in the midst of a roll-up by British American Tobacco (BTI), due to close later this year.
The tobacco giant beat fourth quarter estimates, and got boost from its stake in Anheuser-Busch (BUD), as investors continue to assay the prospects of Philip Morris (PM) reunion.
Avon, Revlon, Iconix and Coca-Cola European Partners were the top players in January.
British Tobacco deal for remainder of Reynolds American creates formidable competition for Philip Morris, says Jim Cramer.
Sign up to get started or log in to see your watchlist.
Enter a symbol above to add it to your watchlist.
A confirmation email has been sent to the address provided during registration. Please click on the appropriate link to confirm your email address.