British American Tobacco (BTI:JSE)
On a relative basis:
The BTI/J200 relative price movement is currently -2.41 standard deviations from its 250-day linear trend line. We would expect the BTI/J200 relative price movement to correct towards its linear trend, i.e. BTI to outperform J200, over the near to medium term with a high probability.
The share price has pulled back since the FDA announced their plans to curb tobacco use in the United States by reducing nicotine in cigarettes to non-addictive levels and also assess the roles on menthol cigarettes to attract young smokers. These measures will take some time to implement and won’t have an immediate impact on sales. I believe it’s a good buying opportunity at the moment.
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