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Heineken and Carlsberg say they will raise prices on a pint of beer in the U.K.
Liberum analysts argue that investors are overly concerned with AB InBev's Mexico exposure as the stock nears a 52-week low.
And Carlsberg is feeling the effects, as beer volumes fell in some markets in the second quarter.
Currency headwinds hurt earnings at the Danish brewer.
But the target said it will leave it up to its biggest shareholders to vote on the non-cash portion of the offer that applies mainly to them.
The Belgian suitor is still aiming for a second-half close after raising its offer this week.
European stocks are back in positive territory on Wednesday as investors snap up shares in companies including Deutsche Bank and Danish brewer Carlsberg
The agreement values SABMiller's equity at around $107.8 billion, and includes a side deal to sell SABMiller's stake in MillerCoors to Molson Coors for $12 billion.
European stocks rise on corporate news Wednesday and after Asian markets take a mixed set of Chinese data in stride.
U.S. stock futures are trading lower as investors look to mortgage, inflation and petroleum data. The Fed's minutes for July will be closely watched Wednesday afternoon.
European stocks retreated on Wednesday, after weak earnings from mining giant Glencore, Danish brewer Carlsberg and others. The German parliament voted to approve the latest Greek bailout deal.
European stock indices rose amid renewed optimism that Greece, its international creditors and eurozone leaders will agree on a solution to the country's debt crisis.
European stocks are bleeding red again on Friday amid flat eurozone industrial production and a lower forecast for global oil demand in 2015.
Markets in Europe open on a positive note Monday, boosted by some encouraging company results and a few takeover deals in the pipeline.
Molson Coors Brewing (TAP) is rising today as brewing stocks get a boost from SABMiller's (SBMRY) offer to acquire Heineken.
InBev's recent takeover of a brewery in northeast China is part of a huge struggle for control of the world's biggest beer market