Volume and sales are down, and chances are the trend will continue. But this is still a cash-printing machine of a business with a laser-sharp focus on shareholder returns. What does that mean for investors?
Philip Morris International sold off on news of lower-than-expected revenue, declining cigarette shipments, and significant currency headwinds in its first quarter of 2014. Here's what you should be concerned about.
Revenue and profits at the global tobacco giant are headed downward. Can Philip Morris bounce back?
Altria Group and Philip Morris International split up six years ago. Both have fared well since the spinoff, but which is the better buy today?
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Philip Morris could be a strong performer in future. Here's why.
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Philip Morris shipped 6.5% fewer cigarettes to European retailers in 2013 than it did in 2012. Meanwhile, its rivals have leading market shares in the beneficiary categories, such as roll-your-own and cigarillos. Is there any hope in Europe for Philip Morris?
Philip Morris International has a huge growth opportunity in Asia that is not available to Altria Group.