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A man lights a cigarette at a cafe in Hanoi November 12, 2012. (KHAM/REUTERS)
A man lights a cigarette at a cafe in Hanoi November 12, 2012. (KHAM/REUTERS)

Table: Growth returns to Big Tobacco Add to ...

Growth returns to Big Tobacco

Investor excitement over e-cigarettes has helped prop up — and even boost — cigarette companies’ shares.

CompanyTickerMarket Cap. (US$-mil)Net Debt (US$-mil)Revenue (US$-mil)Net Income (US$-mil)P/EDiv Yield %
Altria Group Inc.MO-N80,73010,37217,6984,32515.6 4.7%
British American Tobacco plcBATS-LSE111,43616,07725,7276,58216.7 4.0%
Lorillard, Inc.LO-N22,7061,7284,9971,12317.8 3.9%
Philip Morris Int'l, Inc.PM-N135,50327,85630,5508,32616.2 4.4%
Reynolds American Inc.RAI-N32,0653,2698,2881,57317.5 4.5%

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