and a stock that has further to rise. Recent movements show the extent to which some sectors are ‘priced for perfection’ At the end of July, shares in tobacco groups Marlboro and Altria fell nearly 10% in response to an FDA announcement …
Shares of Altria Group Inc. resumed its selloff on heavy volume Monday, with RBC Capital warning investors not to blindly follow history by buying the dip. The cigarette maker’s stock MO, +0.18% dropped $1.97, or 2.9%, to close at the …
Altria stock was flat in afternoon trading Thursday, while the broad S&P 500 fell 0.1 percent. The dividend increase pushes its yield up to approximately 4 percent, a level nearly double the S&P 500’s yield of 2.3 percent. Analysts have pointed …
When saving for retirement, an investor should buy the stock of a company that is dominant in its industry and has solid financial metrics. The company should have a long history of solid, steady growth and a stock price that is less volatile …
Big MO, or as it’s called now, Altria Group Inc (MO) is certainly a controversial company. As one of the leading ‘sin’ stocks — it is the leading cigarette and smokeless tobacco maker in the world — many people shun it. That is to their …
It closed at the end of the day at $66.97. Altria makes Marlboro and Parliament cigarettes in the United States. Altria stock falls after FDA warning [Image by Gene J. Puskar/AP Images] British American Tobacco also saw stocks plunge …
David Zeiler: Altria stock needs a fresh catalyst, and it has the makings of one in its small-but-growing e-cigs business. Altria Group Inc. (NYSE:MO) stock had an amazing run from February 2014 to March of this year. In those 13 months, …
Between 2001 and 2016, as the chart on Page 11 of Altria’s annual report shows, Altria’s stock nearly tripled, while the S&P 500 merely doubled. Altria’s stock, like many others, continued to soar after Trump’s election—up about 10 …
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Altria stock needs a fresh catalyst, and it has the makings of one in its small-but-growing e-cigs business. Altria Group Inc. (NYSE: MO) stock had an amazing run from February 2014 to March of this year. In those 13 months, Altria stock