BATS.L - British American Tobacco p.l.c.

LSE - LSE Delayed Price. Currency in GBp
3,064.00
-0.50 (-0.02%)
At close: 4:35PM BST
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Previous Close3,064.50
Open3,079.50
Bid3,073.00 x 0
Ask3,073.50 x 0
Day's Range3,048.00 - 3,112.00
52 Week Range2,336.50 - 4,265.00
Volume3,042,909
Avg. Volume4,109,821
Market Cap70.282B
Beta (3Y Monthly)1.44
PE Ratio (TTM)11.64
EPS (TTM)263.20
Earnings DateAug 1, 2019
Forward Dividend & Yield2.03 (6.62%)
Ex-Dividend Date2019-10-03
1y Target Est3,825.26
  • The 9 Biggest Tobacco Stocks
    Motley Fool3 days ago

    The 9 Biggest Tobacco Stocks

    There aren't a huge number of U.S.-listed stocks with a tobacco focus, but these companies still combine to be a force in the global industry.

  • Why British American Tobacco, Neptune Wellness Solutions, and Union Pacific Jumped Today
    Motley Fool5 days ago

    Why British American Tobacco, Neptune Wellness Solutions, and Union Pacific Jumped Today

    Despite a turbulent broader market, good news lifted these shares.

  • TheStreet.com7 days ago

    British American Tobacco Coughs Up Big Dividend Yields

    BTI's dividend yield has flared to 7% as the stock price has dipped about 30% recently -- a drag for existing shareholders but a burning opportunity for new investors.

  • British American Tobacco p.l.c. (LON:BATS): Is It A Good Long Term Opportunity?
    Simply Wall St.8 days ago

    British American Tobacco p.l.c. (LON:BATS): Is It A Good Long Term Opportunity?

    In March 2019, British American Tobacco p.l.c. (LON:BATS) released its most recent earnings announcement, which...

  • This little-known tobacco stock is a big winner from e-cigarette bans
    MarketWatch11 days ago

    This little-known tobacco stock is a big winner from e-cigarette bans

    OUTSIDE THE BOX In late June, San Francisco banned e-cigarette sales completely. That means no bricks-and-mortar sales. And no e-cigarette deliveries for online purchases. Many cities already restrict vaping and e-cigarette sales.

  • Financial Times12 days ago

    Stocks to watch: Indivior, Hurricane Energy, Cobham, Natixis, BAT

    ● Reckitt Benckiser edged higher after it reached a deal with the US Department of Justice and Federal Trade Commission to exclude it from an investigation into alleged mis-selling of Suboxone film, an opiate addiction treatment, by its demerged business Indivior. “We think that the quick settlement is good news, as it provides clarity and protects RB’s US business from lengthy legal struggles,” said Kepler Cheuvreux. ● Indivior itself surged after reporting that sales of Suboxone film had held up in spite of generic competition entering the market in February.

  • How Much Money Do You Need To Start Investing In Stocks?
    Investor's Business Daily22 days ago

    How Much Money Do You Need To Start Investing In Stocks?

    Contrary to conventional wisdom, you don't need a hefty trust fund or deep pockets like mutual funds and other institutional players to start investing.

  • Morningstar22 days ago

    Consumer Defensive: Few Values in this Pricey Sector

    The Morningstar U.S. Consumer Defensive Index gained 5% quarter to date through June 21, in line with the 3% uptick in the broader market (Exhibit 1). Sector performance has strengthened over the last three months - source: Morningstar Analysts As a whole, the sector isn't terribly attractive valuation-wise.

  • Is British American Tobacco plc (BTI) A Good Stock To Buy ?
    Insider Monkeylast month

    Is British American Tobacco plc (BTI) A Good Stock To Buy ?

    You probably know from experience that there is not as much information on small-cap companies as there is on large companies. Of course, this makes it really hard and difficult for individual investors to make proper and accurate analysis of certain small-cap companies. However, well-known and successful hedge fund managers like Jeff Ubben, George Soros […]

  • Price Hikes May Light Up Tobacco Stocks
    Investopedialast month

    Price Hikes May Light Up Tobacco Stocks

    Declining cigarette sales and volumes continue to pressure large tobacco companies. To combat falling tobacco demand, industry giant Altria Group, Inc. (MO) has raised its prices six cents per pack, or $3 per carton, according to Wells Fargo analyst Bonnie Herzog, per Barron's. Herzog argues that the move demonstrates Altria's pricing power, adding that British American Tobacco p.l.c.

  • Benzingalast month

    Why Tobacco Stocks Are Trading Down Wednesday

    British American Tobacco said in a news release Wednesday that it expects global industry volume to be down by around 3.5 percent in 2019. Despite a guide for lower volume shipments, British American said it remains on track for constant currency revenue growth in the mid-to-upper half of its long-term guidance of 3-5 percent.

  • BAT warns of steeper declines in cigarette sales, shares slip
    Reuterslast month

    BAT warns of steeper declines in cigarette sales, shares slip

    The warning highlighted the challenges dogging the tobacco industry as smokers, particularly in the United States, turn to less harmful alternatives such as e-cigarettes and vaping products. The maker of Lucky Strike and Dunhill cigarettes said it expects global industry volumes to fall around 3.5% this year, compared with its earlier estimate of a 3% drop. BAT said it would invest further in what it calls its "New Category" business and announced plans to consolidate the portfolio, which makes tobacco heating product glo and Vype e-cigarettes as well as snuff and nicotine pouches.

  • Reuterslast month

    UPDATE 2-BAT warns of steeper declines in cigarette sales, shares slip

    The maker of Lucky Strike and Dunhill cigarettes forecast global industry volumes to fall around 3.5% this year, with the U.S. expected to decline 4%-5%. Demand for cigarettes has been slowing, particularly in the United States, as smokers turn to alternatives such as e-cigarettes and vaping products, prompting companies to rapidly expand their non-cigarette products. BAT said it would invest further in what it calls its "New Category" business and announced plans to consolidate the portfolio, which makes tobacco heating product glo and Vype e-cigarettes as well as snuff and nicotine pouches.

  • Benzingalast month

    FDA Issues Guidelines for E-Cig Makers Seeking Approval Of Vape Devices

    Under FDA regulation of e-cigarettes that began in 2016, e-cigarettes, known by the agency as electronic nicotine delivery systems, or ENDS, that were already on the market had to apply for FDA approval to remain available after August 2021.

  • Why Philip Morris Stock Fell 11% Last Month
    Motley Fool2 months ago

    Why Philip Morris Stock Fell 11% Last Month

    Shares of the tobacco giant dipped on negative sales data alongside its peers.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    Imperial Brands says U.S. cigarette volume down 6.4%

    The Nielsen report had pushed down shares of Imperial Brands, British American Tobacco and Altria between 1% and 3% on Tuesday. Imperial Brands said late on Wednesday that its figures were based on data from MSAi, which compiles data from over 300,000 stores, representing at least 95% of U.S. tobacco volumes. The company also said it expects U.S. industry volumes to fall between 4.5% and 5% in 2019, close to larger rival Altria's forecast of a 4%-5% drop.

  • Tobacco stocks tumble as cigarette sales decline
    CNBC2 months ago

    Tobacco stocks tumble as cigarette sales decline

    Tobacco stocks slid Tuesday after new Nielsen data showed cigarette sales volumes declined 11.2% in the past month, according to Nielsen.

  • FTSE 100 chokes as tobacco firms fall on sales report, drugmakers dip
    Reuters2 months ago

    FTSE 100 chokes as tobacco firms fall on sales report, drugmakers dip

    The FTSE 100 was 0.1% lower, while the mid-cap FTSE 250 rose 0.4%. British American Tobacco and Imperial Brands were among the biggest drags on the main index after data from Nielsen showed cigarette industry volumes deteriorated in the four weeks to May 18. The session's trading came against the backdrop of continued uncertainty over China's trade dispute with the United States, after U.S. President Donald Trump said Washington was not ready to make a deal with Beijing but that he expected one in the future.

  • CNBC2 months ago

    Brazil sues Big Tobacco over health costs from smoking

    Brazil is suing Philip Morris International and British American Tobacco over the financial toll of smoking. The Brazilian attorney general's office is seeking reimbursement for costs over the past five years, as well as future costs, of treating patients with 26 tobacco-related diseases. Public health groups praised Brazil's lawsuit.