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Imperial Brands PLC (IMB.L)

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Previous Close1,516.00
Open1,567.00
Bid1,535.00 x 0
Ask1,595.00 x 0
Day's Range1,528.00 - 1,569.00
52 Week Range1,142.00 - 1,758.00
Volume2,289,483
Avg. Volume2,568,661
Market Cap14.594B
Beta (5Y Monthly)0.56
PE Ratio (TTM)9.75
EPS (TTM)158.10
Earnings DateMay 18, 2021
Forward Dividend & Yield1.92 (12.45%)
Ex-Dividend DateFeb 18, 2021
1y Target Est3,018.82
  • Tobacco prices help maker of Winston and Backwoods to ‘solid start’ of 2021
    MarketWatch

    Tobacco prices help maker of Winston and Backwoods to ‘solid start’ of 2021

    Imperial Brands has seen a “good start” to the year in line with the tobacco giant’s expectations, as the maker of Winston and Backwoods turns to reducing losses in its vaping business.

  • Imperial Brands off to good start, eyes vaping improvement
    Reuters

    Imperial Brands off to good start, eyes vaping improvement

    (Reuters) -Imperial Brands Plc said on Tuesday it is off to a "good start" this year as the maker Gauloises and Winston cigarettes looks to capitalise on higher tobacco prices and "significantly reduced" losses in vaping. On aggregate it has started to increase its tobacco market share in its top five markets with gains in the United States, UK and Spain offsetting declines in Germany and Australia, the FTSE-listed company said. New CEO Stefan Bomhard two months ago laid out a five-year plan that focuses investment on five markets that generate 72% of its profits.

  • Reuters

    UPDATE 2-Imperial Brands off to good start, eyes vaping improvement

    Imperial Brands Plc said on Tuesday it is off to a "good start" this year as the maker Gauloises and Winston cigarettes looks to capitalise on higher tobacco prices and "significantly reduced" losses in vaping. Imperial will also target tobacco-heating products in Europe and e-cigarettes in the United States, reducing losses from its previous one-size-fits-all approach. The company reiterated its forecast for low-to-mid single digit growth in organic adjusted operating profit growth for the year and said overall tobacco volume sales were in line with its expectations.