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Philip Morris International Inc. (PM)

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103.40+1.83 (+1.80%)
At close: 04:00PM EDT
103.30 -0.10 (-0.10%)
After hours: 07:59PM EDT
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Previous close101.57
Open102.00
Bid97.00 x 800
Ask103.29 x 1000
Day's range101.00 - 104.75
52-week range85.64 - 112.48
Volume6,048,754
Avg. volume5,754,574
Market cap160.281B
Beta (5Y monthly)0.68
PE ratio (TTM)17.89
EPS (TTM)5.78
Earnings date21 Jul 2022
Forward dividend & yield5.00 (5.10%)
Ex-dividend date23 Mar 2022
1y target est111.97
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    Illicit Market Continues to Grow in the EU, Largely Driven by Counterfeits in France, According to New Study by KPMG

    LAUSANNE, Switzerland, June 23, 2022--Philip Morris International Inc. (PMI) (NYSE: PM) is calling for European regulators and policymakers to consider the millions of adult smokers who are turning to the illicit market instead of switching to better alternatives. The 2021 KPMG annual study on illicit cigarette consumption, commissioned by PMI, reveals that overall illicit cigarette consumption increased by an estimated 3.9%—or 1.3 billion cigarettes—last year, reaching 35.5 billion cigarettes c