Philip Morris Dividend Yield Pays Out 4.6%
Tobacco giant Philip Morris (PM) isn't in a morally popular field, but this may not necessarily hold back its profits. While the economy struggled in 2009, the cigarette maker had earnings that were essentially flat. Analysts see profits picking up. Wall Street's consensus estimates for 2010 and 2011 EPS gains come in at 16% and 11%, respectively. In its most recent quarter, Q4 2009, Philip Morris' earnings grew 16%, its sales 12%. It was the best
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