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Coca-Cola FEMSA S.A.B de C.V. (KOF)


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62.94-0.57 (-0.90%)
At close: 4:02 PM EST
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Previous Close63.51
Open63.10
Bid43.20 x 100
Ask62.94 x 100
Day's Range62.59 - 63.37
52 Week Range61.17 - 87.58
Volume469,910
Avg. Volume125,151
Market Cap13.05B
Beta0.95
PE Ratio (TTM)27.32
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateN/A
Dividend & Yield1.73 (2.77%)
Ex-Dividend DateN/A
1y Target EstN/A
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  • Marketwired3 days ago

    Coca-Cola FEMSA successfully closes the acquisition of Vonpar in Brazil

    Coca-Cola FEMSA, S.A.B. de C.V. , the largest public bottler of Coca-Cola products in the world by sales volume, announces that its Brazilian subsidiary, Spal Industria Brasileira de Bebidas S.A. , has ...

  • Barrons.com21 days ago

    Mexico Hikes Interest Rate, What's Next For Peso?

    The central bank of Mexico increased its policy interest rate late Thursday by 50 basis points to 5.25% and the Mexican peso was stronger by 0.5% against the U.S. dollar early Friday. The Mexican peso (MXN) has weakened by 15% this year, despite previous rate intervention from "Banxico." The currency and Mexico's economy face renewed weakness on fear that U.S. president-elect Donald Trump could rewrite the North American Free Trade Agreement. The iShares MSCI Mexico Capped exchange-traded fund (EWW) was down 0.5% in early trading Friday. Coca-Cola Femsa (KOF) was down nearly 1%, Grupo Financiero Santander Mexico (BSMX) was off by 0.3%, Wal-Mart de Mexico’s (WWMVY) was flat and Cemex (CX) slipped 0.6%.

  • Barrons.com29 days ago

    When Is It Time To Buy Mexico Bonds, Peso?

    Ultimately, we believe this could prove to be a buying opportunity in the Mexican peso and in the country’s sovereign and corporate debt issues." Michael Levy, co-head of the emerging and frontier equities team at Barings, adds: "Across the Mexican border, there is likely to be a great deal of apprehension as to what the coming months may bring. If we are moving toward tariffs, global trade will likely suffer and capital flows between countries may weaken—Mexico’s reliance on the U.S. could see it disproportionally affected. Almost a third of Mexico’s GDP relies on its northern neighbor and Trump’s promise of a 35% tariff targeted at U.S. companies that outsource abroad could be costly, particularly for the automotive industry.