2. Anheuser-Busch ( BUD) is a leading global brewer with a market cap exceeding $96 billion. Of the nine analysts covering the stock, eight affirm a buy with an average target price of $65.88 from current levels, up 10%. The company has a trailing P/E of 19.73x, compared to peer Boston-Beer Company's ( SAM) P/E of 28.88x. For 2011 third quarter, EPS rose to $1.09 from 94 cents in the previous quarter. Net profit attributable to shareholders grew 6.3% during the quarter. Busch expects net capital expenditure for 2011 to remain at $3.1 billion, foreseeing similar levels for fiscal 2012. Anheuser-Busch is likely to win approval from the Brazilian government to sell beer in stadiums during the 2014 Soccer World Cup, which could boom sales going forward.