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Swedish Match says plans to spin-off cigar business to shareholders
Swedish Match Q2 Profit After Tax Up At 1.44 Bln
Swedish Match - Q1 EBIT above expectations at SEK 2.35 billion
Swedish Match AB is a Sweden-based company, that develops, manufactures, and sells nicotine products. The Company manufactures snus, nicotine pouches, moist snuff, pouch products with neither nicotine nor tobacco, chew bags, tobacco bits, chewing tobacco, cigars, matches and lighters. Some of Swedish Match’s brands include: General (snus), ZYN (nicotine pouches), Longhorn (moist snuff), Onico (pouch products with neither tobacco nor nicotine), Red Man (chewing tobacco), Thunder (chew bags), Oliver Twist (tobacco bits), White Owl (HTL, homogenized tobacco leaf cigars), Game (natural leaf cigars), Fiat Lux (matches), and Cricket (lighters). The Group’s product segments are Smokefree, Cigars, and Lights. The Company operates worldwide.
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Andrew Graham Cripps
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Tobacco and nicotine products maker Swedish Match plans to spin off its U.S. cigar business to shareholders and list it on the stock market, the company said.
Nicotine pouch maker Swedish Match can burn brighter still. The bulk of the $14 billion company comes from smoke-free products, which helps it trade at a chunky premium to Big Tobacco. The catch is that competition is getting fiercer. Selling its cigar business could keep...
Swedish Match reported slightly lower than forecast quarterly operating earnings on Wednesday, and said it expected continued rapid growth of the nicotine pouches market in 2021.
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Swedish Match on Friday beat second-quarter profit forecasts helped by U.S. sales of its ZYN tobacco-free nicotine pouches, lifting its shares.
Tobacco group Swedish Match <SWMA.ST> posted on Monday a bigger than expected rise in first-quarter profit but said the COVID-19 pandemic would hit results in the second quarter due to travel restrictions as well as a hangover from previous stockpiling.
Tobacco group Swedish Match posted on Monday a bigger than expected rise in first-quarter profit and said the COVID-19 pandemic would hit results in the second quarter after giving a boost in January through March.
* SWEDISH MATCH RESTARTS MANUFACTURING IN THE DOMINICAN REPUBLIC
* SAID ON FRIDAY THAT IT TEMPORARILY SUSPENDS MANUFACTURING IN THE DOMINICAN REPUBLIC
The tobacco group Swedish Match <SWMA.ST> will increase production capacity again for its new and fast-growing tobacco-free nicotine pouch product, it said on Wednesday, as it reported an unexpected drop in fourth-quarter earnings.
Tobacco group Swedish Match reported an unexpected decline in fourth-quarter operating profit on Wednesday, hit by a one-off impairment charge, and proposed raising its dividend.
Tobacco group Swedish Match <SWMA.ST> on Friday reported a bigger-than-expected rise in third-quarter operating profit, helped by strong sales growth of its tobacco-free nicotine pouches in the United States.
Tobacco group Swedish Match reported a bigger-than-expected rise in third-quarter operating profit on Friday, driven by strong sales growth of its nicotine pouches in the United States.
* FDA GRANTS FIRST-EVER MODIFIED RISK ORDERS TO EIGHT SMOKELESS TOBACCO PRODUCTS
Swedish Match <SWMA.ST> posted on Thursday a bigger rise than expected in second-quarter profit and said the roll-out across the United States of its relatively new non-tobacco nicotine pouch product was well underway.
* Snus & non-tobacco pouch margin 44.6 pct, matches consensus
Swedish Match posted on Thursday a slightly bigger than expected rise in first-quarter profit helped by U.S. sales growth for its relatively new non-tobacco nicotine product and better profitability for its rolled leaf cigars.
Tobacco group Swedish Match said on Wednesday it was rolling out its new non-tobacco pouch product similar to its "snus" pouch across the United States this year, as it reported quarterly profits that roughly matched expectations.
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