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Anheuser-Busch InBev SA/NV (BUD)

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56.01+1.98 (+3.66%)
At close: 04:00PM EDT
55.99 -0.02 (-0.04%)
Pre-Market: 07:03AM EDT
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    Fafix
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    Luiz
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  • S
    Samuel
    Hello thanks for introducing her to us i actually did the trade with a loan from my friend and now with the profits i payed up and now am happy and comfortable
  • B
    BENJAMIN
    sales increase totally from price increase..beer and seltzer sales flat !
    helps to explain today's price action
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    Anonymous
    Easy money, When China opens and summer vacations starting, we shall see this start to rise to Mid 80's. This Bud's for you.
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    john
    Trouble in beer land. $48 is time to buy.
  • H
    Harm
    Thank you Heineken. Yesterday’s rise was due to the fact that Heineken will have to increase the prices but that we ( consumers) are all willing to pay for it
  • S
    Steven W
    Just keep going lower, BUD. Buying opportunity approaches.....
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    Nicholas
    Positive results incoming tomorrow
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    TH
    And I foolishly thought that Bud was in the business of brewing, marketing, and selling beer for profit. Now it appears that their main business objectives are virtue-signaling and the energy business. Pro Tip: stay in your lane, and don’t stray into business for which you have no competence. Hold my beer as I significantly reduce my position in this company that has regularly exhibited incompetence in the last several years.
  • S
    Steven W
    There it is, folks....$1.17 dividend, May 3. To clarify, I'm bullish on the long term.
  • N
    Nicholas
    Anheuser-Busch InBev: strong market position
    In the defensive consumer goods category, the world's largest beer brewer, Anheuser-Busch InBev (ABI), has been standing out positively for some time. This is partly due to the enormously strong position that the beer group has on the African and South American markets. In several markets on the African continent, it has cost advantages that are now unmatchable for its competitors, according to Morningstar analysts Ioannis Pontikis and Philip Gorham.
    As a result, it can offer cheap beers on this large emerging market. And in South America you can almost speak of a monopoly position, which gives the group the highest profit margin of all beer brewers that are active there. However, the share has a large debt burden, due to its acquisition (already six years ago) of SABMiller.
    But given Anheuser-Busch InBev's strong competitive position in several major markets and the above-average long-term growth prospects that this yields, the current low price is not justified, according to Pontikis and Gorham.
    https://www.morningstar.nl/nl/news/220606/veel-koopjes-op-de-europese-aandelenmarkt.aspx
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    MOcephus
    MO is the stock to be in during a recession.
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    dairy-heir
    I just lightened my position by 50%. GS says recession on the way... not bad for beer, but lower margin skus will benefit. grain costs still rising. Can someone give me some hope here?
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    Nicholas
    Jefferies analyst Ed Mundy expects small earnings growth (EBITDA) of 1 percent, but thinks CEO Michel Doukeris maintains the forecast of 4 to 8 percent growth over the medium term. More growth should come later this year, thanks to the reopening of many markets and the World Cup at the end of this year. 'As a result, the summer season can be extended in the northern hemisphere and brought forward in the southern hemisphere.'

    Mundy also notes that the strong recovery this year in key emerging market currencies like the Brazilian real and South African rand is helping deleveraging. Memo: the bulk of AB InBev's cash flow is in those emerging market currencies, while the bulk of the debt mountain is in dollars.

    In conclusion: the analyst maintains his buy recommendation and price target of 68 euros.
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    Lear
    new price target is 90 by December. Get thirsty my friends.
  • S
    Steven W
    Not looking good. Different CEO, but same results. Horrible action in sp. I have no choice but to hang on. Since my last post, I'm changing my outlook, however. I won't be purchasing any more stock until there's a capitulation in the general stock market. For all we know, sp can go back into the 40s. Regardless, good luck to all. Downgrading to neutral, long term, IMO.
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    Steven W
    Going long, this equity is in good shape, IF they don't do further damage to the debt. Pulling out of Russia was going to happen, and now it's in the rear-view mirror. Hang on, folks!
  • S
    Steven W
    New investment in St Louis is going to pay off. Stay long, folks.
  • S
    Steven W
    Ok, everyone....Yahoo Finance updated the dividend info. It will be 54 cents.