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British American Tobacco beat forecasts with a 10% rise in first-quarter earnings, boosted by a strong performance in Brazil and South Africa, but said the weak U.S. dollar would hold back full-year growth.
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British American Tobacco, the world's No 2 cigarette maker, posted a 10% rise in 2006 earnings on Thursday and dampened talk it may make a big acquisition as it boosted its dividend and share buy-backs.
It's a stock-watcher's cliché to call Altria shares "smoking" -- but don't tell that to Bonnie Herzog. She's a beverage and tobacco analyst at Citigroup, and she says the company formerly known as Philip Morris is, yes, on fire.