|Daily Range||$88.86 - $89.60|
|52-Week Range||$71.50 - $94.65|
|Dividend (Yield)||$0.00 (4.7%)|
|Average Daily Volume||84,134|
|Current FY EPS||$6.84|
Lorillard's dividend is safe now, and the dividend of the merged Lorillard-Reynolds American should remain solid.
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The pending merger with Reynolds American has good points and a potentially bad point.
Safety of shareholder payouts is a top priority for investors, and there are reasons to believe investors have nothing to fear from the biggest cigarette companies.
Tobacco company was late to electronic cigarette market but is bolstering its business with New York City real estate.
The third-largest U.S. tobacco company is running in place while waiting for its merger to close.
Even though shares trade below the merger price, that suggests investors are wary and may not be able to overcome the hurdles facing the cigarette giant
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Maybe the decision to shed the top-selling electronic cigarette brand wasn't as odd as it first seemed
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