Philip Morris International (PM)
$86.75 0.20 (0.23%)
18:25 EDT PM Stock Quote Delayed 15 Minutes
Previous Close $86.75
Market Cap 134.85B
PE Ratio 22.47
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 4.76M
Day's Range 86.17 - 87.59
52-Week Range 64.67 - 92.74
Dividend & Yield 4.42 (5.10%)
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Philip Morris earnings for the first quarter of the year have PM stock dipping lower on Thursday despite an EPS and revenue beat.
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PM stock pays an attractive 5% dividend. However, shrinking sales and profits may eventually force the company to reconsider its large payout.
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