Philip Morris International Inc. (PM)

80.55
NYSE : Consumer Non-Durables
Prev Close 79.85
Day Low/High 79.95 / 81.96
52 Wk Low/High 64.67 / 92.74
Avg Volume 7.14M
Exchange NYSE
Shares Outstanding 1.56B
Market Cap 124.23B
EPS 5.10
P/E Ratio 16.64
Div & Yield 4.68 (5.86%)
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