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    Fred
    Buybacks continue and have been daily for over a month
    British American Tobacco p.l.c.
    11 May 2022
    TRANSACTION IN OWN SHARES
    British American Tobacco p.l.c. (the "Company") announces that in accordance with the authority granted by shareholders at the Company's Annual General Meeting on 28 April 2022 it purchased the following number of its ordinary shares of 25 pence each ("shares") from Merrill Lynch International as part of its buyback programme announced on 11 February 2022:
    Date of purchase:10 May 2022

    Number of ordinary shares of 25 pence each purchased:439,844

    Highest price paid per share (pence):

    3357.00p

    Lowest price paid per share (pence):

    3309.50p

    Volume weighted average price paid per share (pence):

    3343.2615p



    The Company intends to hold the purchased shares in Treasury. Following the purchase of these shares, the Company holds 183,678,855 of its shares in Treasury. The Company has 2,273,043,783 ordinary shares in issue (excluding Treasury shares).



    In accordance with Article 5(1)(b) of the Market Abuse Regulation (EU) No 596/2014 as it applies in the UK, a schedule of individual trades carried out by Merrill Lynch International on 10 May 2022 is set out below.



    Enquiries:



    Investor Relations

    British American Tobacco Investor Relations

    Mike Nightingale / Victoria Buxton / William Houston / John Harney

    +44 (0) 20 7845 1180 / 2012 / 1138 / 1263
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    Stetson 50X
    Dividend paid today at $0.6804.....for some reason NASDAQ site was showing $0.735.
  • M
    MOcephus
    BTI isn't really growing their dividend. MO4life.
  • L
    Lorik
    Making money is easier through investment, don't save your money buy assets and invest
  • j
    john
    TARGET price is 33 dollar per share for BTI
  • F
    Fred
    British American Tobacco plc has published the following regulatory news announcement:

    RNS Number : 6951J
    British American Tobacco PLC
    28 April 2022

    British American Tobacco p.l.c.



    28 April 2022



    AGM 2022
    Chairman's address



    Good morning ladies and gentlemen. Welcome to BAT's 2022 Annual General Meeting.



    This is the first time we have been able to meet in person since 2019. This was before the COVID-19 pandemic, before the restrictions and lockdowns, and before all the consequences this virus has had on people and businesses around the world.



    And three years ago, few people would have imagined the prospect of conflict unfolding so close to home, as it has with such devasting effect in Ukraine .



    We continue to follow developments in Ukraine with deep concern. First and foremost, our thoughts are with everyone affected by this conflict. Our priority remains the safety and wellbeing of our people in Ukraine and across the wider region.



    We are providing all the support and assistance we can to our colleagues. This includes relocation and temporary accommodation as well as financial support. This constitutes a significant commitment to support humanitarian efforts. Our businesses bordering Ukraine also continue to provide assistance to the humanitarian relief effort.



    We join together as one company to call on all leaders and governments to find a peaceful and sustainable resolution to this tragic conflict, and to do so through the power of dialogue and diplomacy.



    The efforts of our people during this international crisis and that of the pandemic have been nothing short of extraordinary. They have worked tirelessly to deliver strong results across the business in 2021 and are continuing to do so this year.



    2021 was undeniably a pivotal year for BAT. A year of accelerated delivery, important strategic progress and continued transformation.



    Three years ago, Jack and his management team set a very clear trajectory for the Group. A direction defined by our purpose to reduce the health impact of our business by offering a greater choice of enjoyable and less risky♢† products to consumers while also reducing our environmental and social impacts. This continues to be underpinned by key metrics designed to demonstrate the speed and scale of BAT's transformation. For example:



    · Last year we generated over £2 billion in New Category revenues, ensuring we are on track to meet our 2025 target of £5 billion ;

    · Having increased our consumer base of non-combustible products** by 4.8 million to 18.3 million, we are on track to reach 50 million consumers of non-combustible products by 2030; and

    · Since 2017, we have reduced our Scope 1 and 2 carbon emissions by over 42% as we aim for carbon neutrality across our operations by 2030 and net zero across our value chain by 2050.



    The progress we have made on these important targets form part of our ongoing transformation as a business.



    Of course, this transformation will not happen overnight, yet the progress we have made, and are making, is substantial. It is remarkable that non-combustible products now account for 12% of Group revenue, up from just 4% in 2017.



    Indeed, it is also the case that in some focus markets, such as Japan , Sweden and the UK , around 40% of our revenue now comes from non-combustible products.



    As we have a very clear purpose of reducing the health impact of our business, I am often asked 'why don't you just stop selling cigarettes?'. To my mind, this is a very clear yet complex issue.



    Beyond the contribution of combustible value streams to drive our portfolio transformation, we have witnessed first-hand the unintended consequences of a de-facto sales ban. In South Africa , for example, the market simply turned to illicit traders to fulfil consumer demand. The result being that funds are diverted away from Government and public services as illicit products step in to meet demand, and states' tax revenue completely dries up.



    As a consequence, our aim is to actively encourage consumers to migrate to less risky♢† products in our multi-category portfolio.



    Driving value from our combustibles business remains a priority to fund the investment in our New Category products and in the science behind them, in order to deliver greater progress on tobacco harm reduction.



    In addition, through our combustible products, we also make smokers aware of our New Category portfolio. In 2021, one billion packs of our combustible products included information about our New Category alternatives to proactively encourage adult smokers to switch.



    Unfortunately, many governments around the world have yet to sufficiently enact clear policies. Policies that would encourage those 1.1 billion adults globally who continue to smoke to switch completely to scientifically substantiated, reduced-risk♢† alternatives.



    We call on regulators and policy makers to implement harm reduction policies
  • V
    Vincenzo
    Hello I'm new in stock market and i have been making huge losses but i recently see a lot of people earning from it. Can someone please tell me what I'm doing wrong
  • P
    Peter
    TARGET PRICE IS $55 per share (no financial advice, just my mom's opinion)
  • J
    Jon
    Vanguard posted my dividend today...DRIP!
  • J
    Jon
    British American Tobacco Repurchases 460,000 Shares
    BY MT Newswires
    — 2:40 PM ET 04/20/2022
    02:40 PM EDT, 04/20/2022 (MT Newswires) -- British American Tobacco said it bought back 460,000 of its shares on April 19, as part of its repurchase program set out on Feb. 11.

    The volume-weighted average price paid per share was almost 32.8 pounds ($42.6), the company said in a regulatory filing.
  • N
    NP
    So how much would a ban on me this affect bti? 40% of profits? Any guesses.
  • j
    jojo
    I'm an unethical investor according to the Investopedia article!

    Thanks for the badge, I don't know what to say, but want to thank my family and friends for their support and making me the man I am.

    I should have invested in more ethical stocks like Netflix, which is down 36% today. Maybe in another life...
  • j
    john
    BTI target price is 34 dollar now
    it is going down and that is the time to buy it.
  • V
    Verra
    Investing in bitcoin should be on every individual's list. In 6 months time, you'll be amazed with the decision you made today.
  • F
    Fred
    Buybacks still happening
    British American Tobacco p.l.c.



    13 April 2022

    TRANSACTION IN OWN SHARES

    British American Tobacco p.l.c. (the "Company") announces that in accordance with the authority granted by shareholders at the Company's Annual General Meeting on 28 April 2021 it purchased the following number of its ordinary shares of 25 pence each ("shares") from UBS AG as part of its buyback programme announced on 11 February 2022:



    Date of purchase:

    12 April 2022

    Number of ordinary shares of 25 pence each purchased:

    460,000

    Highest price paid per share (pence):

    3278.00p

    Lowest price paid per share (pence):

    3249.00p

    Volume weighted average price paid per share (pence):

    3268.9183p



    The Company intends to hold the purchased shares in Treasury. Following the purchase of these shares, the Company holds 176,244,066 of its shares in Treasury. The Company has 2,280,379,281 ordinary shares in issue (excluding Treasury shares).



    In accordance with Article 5(1)(b) of the Market Abuse Regulation (EU) No 596/2014 as it applies in the UK , a schedule of individual trades carried out by UBS AG on 12 April 2022 is set out below.



    Enquiries:



    Investor Relations

    British American Tobacco Investor Relations

    Mike Nightingale / Victoria Buxton / William Houston / John Harney

    +44 (0) 20 7845 1180 / 2012 / 1138 / 1263





    Schedule of purchases - aggregate information
  • W
    Woods
    MASSIVE order are coming in at the close, huge volume. Large institutions on the move again🤑🚀☀️Deposit this sell off today, we had a very good week in this volatile market good volume at the close and A /Hs💯☑️
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    simba
    Good weekend to everyone! I have been a happy investor in BTI for around a year or so, so I have a great profit. But I wonder; back then BTI had a lower P/E. It actually looks like it have a high P/E atm hen comparing to its historical P/E values in BTI. Was wondering to sell. What do you guys think?
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    john
    BTI will go down 20 % more this is way overpriced. there is risk at this point that is why i sold mine at 43 dollar
  • M
    MissyWan
    MO or BTI? Which is safer for the dividend? My concern with MO is government messing with regulations but those may also affect BTI here. Thanks
  • M
    MtCrag
    Just started watching BTI for possible inclusion in my divy portfolio. Leaning this way but a toss up with MO. Any thoughts are appreciated. I do my DD but always like to hear from the boards. Thanks