High Yielding Philip Morris International’s Growth Runway Remains Intact
publication date: Jul 27, 2022
Image Shown: Shares of Philip Morris International moved higher in the wake of its second quarter earnings report.
Philip Morris International reported second quarter 2022 earnings that beat both consensus top- and bottom-line estimates. The company raised its full-year revenue and adjusted EPS guidance for 2022 on a pro forma basis (excluding its operations in Russia and Ukraine) versus previous estimates in conjunction with its latest earnings update. Now Philip Morris International expects to generate 6%-8% net revenue growth on an organic basis and 10%-12% diluted EPS growth in 2022 versus 2021 levels (these are non-GAAP metrics). We include Philip Morris International in the High Yield Dividend Newsletter portfolio as we are big fans of its resilient business model and ample pricing power.
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