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Philip Morris International Inc. (PM)

NYSE - Nasdaq Real Time Price. Currency in USD
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99.62-0.67 (-0.67%)
As of 2:10PM EDT. Market open.
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Previous Close100.29
Open100.09
Bid99.73 x 1000
Ask99.75 x 800
Day's Range99.55 - 100.45
52 Week Range68.93 - 100.95
Volume1,373,627
Avg. Volume4,481,258
Market Cap155.262B
Beta (5Y Monthly)0.86
PE Ratio (TTM)17.99
EPS (TTM)5.54
Earnings DateOct. 19, 2021
Forward Dividend & Yield4.80 (4.83%)
Ex-Dividend DateJun. 24, 2021
1y Target Est107.17
  • What Is Philip Morris International Smoking? CEO Calls for Banning Cigarettes Within a Decade
    Motley Fool

    What Is Philip Morris International Smoking? CEO Calls for Banning Cigarettes Within a Decade

    The answer is, they probably won't -- and Philip Morris International (NYSE: PM) may regret calling on the U.K.'s government to ban cigarettes in 10 years. Philip Morris International chairman André Calantzopoulos and CEO Jacek Olczak told The Telegraph it's time for the government to treat cigarettes like gasoline-powered cars and ban them. The U.K. has said it will ban all vehicles with internal combustion engines by 2030.

  • Update: Philip Morris International (NYSE:PM) Stock Gained 29% In The Last Year
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    Update: Philip Morris International (NYSE:PM) Stock Gained 29% In The Last Year

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  • Reuters

    Young lured to tobacco addiction via e-cigarettes - WHO

    The tobacco industry's sleek marketing is attracting youngsters to e-cigarettes which can lead to tobacco addiction, despite claims by some executives that they aim to solve the smoking epidemic, the World Health Organization (WHO) said on Tuesday. Over eight million people die annually from tobacco use and exposure to tobacco smoke, making the habit a leading cause of preventable diseases, the WHO said in a report calling for greater regulation of smoke-free devices containing nicotine. In a weekend interview with Britain's Mail on Sunday newspaper, Philip Morris International CEO Jacek Olczak was quoted as saying he wanted the tobacco group to be able "to leave smoking behind".