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A brief look at Heineken's latest earnings.
Heineken agrees to buy the Brazilian assets of Japanese Brewer Kirin as the Dutch group seeks to compete with AB InBEV
Heineken agrees to buy the Brazilian assets of Japanese Brewer Kirin as the Dutch group seeks to compete with AB InBEV.
Heineken and Carlsberg say they will raise prices on a pint of beer in the U.K.
European stocks were little changed Friday in thin volumes as investors remain cautions in advance of the inauguration speech from President-elect Donald Trump.
Heineken says it is in advanced talks to buy Brasil Kirin.
The acquisition of the U.K.'s Punch Taverns is a defensive move that will be immediately accretive.
Liberum analysts argue that investors are overly concerned with AB InBev's Mexico exposure as the stock nears a 52-week low.
Beer volume growth fails to support the Dutch group's shares as currency losses are seen shaving 1% off full-year earnings.
The Budweiser maker will add Triple Karmeliet maker Bosteels to its growing craft business.
The company sticks to its full-year forecast after posting first-half profit above expectations.
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.
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The company can't raise prices, and its segment is saturated.
European stocks are back in positive territory on Wednesday as investors snap up shares in companies including Deutsche Bank and Danish brewer Carlsberg
These are frothy times for craft beer as more brewers reach out to big-beer industry peers as well as private equity investors to help foot the tab for expansion.
European markets were mixed on Monday amid another corporate earnings blast, while Greek stocks tumbled on the first trading day after a five-week shutdown.
European stocks decline as investors weigh debt talks between Greece and core eurozone members.
European markets fall, as a Swiss-led selloff overshadows strong corporate news that lifted stocks from BP to French retailer Carrefour.
European stocks are mixed on Wednesday as investors digest a fresh batch of corporate earnings,
Molson Coors Brewing (TAP) shares were downgraded to 'neutral' by analysts at BTIG Research on Tuesday.
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