BUD - Anheuser-Busch InBev SA/NV

NYSE - NYSE Delayed Price. Currency in USD
100.22
+0.82 (+0.82%)
At close: 4:02PM EDT

99.99 -0.23 (-0.23%)
After hours: 6:46PM EDT

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Previous Close99.40
Open101.32
Bid96.59 x 800
Ask0.00 x 800
Day's Range99.99 - 101.45
52 Week Range91.70 - 126.50
Volume2,699,779
Avg. Volume1,520,660
Market Cap201.344B
Beta0.95
PE Ratio (TTM)25.06
EPS (TTM)4.00
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield4.96 (4.99%)
Ex-Dividend Date2018-05-01
1y Target Est117.44
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  • Katie Barrett paves the way for female leadership at Anheuser-Busch
    American City Business Journals12 days ago

    Katie Barrett paves the way for female leadership at Anheuser-Busch

    Katie Barrett manages all commercial, litigation, regulatory and other legal aspects at Anheuser-Busch, as well as oversees all labor relations for the company's North America zone.

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  • Beer drinkers lose U.S. appeal over Anheuser-SABMiller merger
    Reuters13 days ago

    Beer drinkers lose U.S. appeal over Anheuser-SABMiller merger

    The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Portland, Oregon said SABMiller's agreement with antitrust regulators to divest its U.S. beer business, by selling its stake in the MillerCoors joint venture to Molson Coors Brewing Co (TAP.N), would prevent increased concentration in the industry. It also rejected as speculative the argument that the merger violated the federal Clayton Act because it gave Molson Coors an incentive to adopt Anheuser's distribution practices, to combat its rival's newly increased size.

  • Reuters13 days ago

    Beer drinkers lose U.S. appeal over Anheuser-SABMiller merger

    The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Portland, Oregon said SABMiller's agreement with antitrust regulators to divest its U.S. beer business, by selling its stake in the MillerCoors joint venture to Molson Coors Brewing Co (TAP.N), would prevent increased concentration in the industry. It also rejected as speculative the argument that the merger violated the federal Clayton Act because it gave Molson Coors an incentive to adopt Anheuser's distribution practices, to combat its rival's newly increased size.

  • Reuters14 days ago

    AB InBev to build new brewery in fast-growing Mozambique

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  • AB InBev Plans Additional Breweries in Mozambique, Nigeria
    Bloomberg14 days ago

    AB InBev Plans Additional Breweries in Mozambique, Nigeria

    Anheuser-Busch InBev NV is readying new African operations as the world’s largest brewer continues its expansion on the continent after the blockbuster takeover of SABMiller. AB InBev intends to open its first brewery in Mozambique in the second half of next year after starting production in Nigeria later this month, Chief Executive Officer Carlos Brito told reporters in Johannesburg late Tuesday. The Leuven, Belgium-based company has also agreed to build a $100 million brewery in Tanzania, and is in discussions about tax policy in the East African country, he said.

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    From Cannabis to China: Beer Companies Chase New Growth Opportunities

    is making a big play for China, where it holds a tiny share of the market, as global beer makers are increasingly searching for fast-growth markets and new segments to ward off declining sales in mature economies. On Friday, Heineken announced a $3.1 billion stake in the parent of China Resources Beer, as the company is looking to expand its distribution network in China and target the nation's premium segment. "We believe we can win together in this new era of the Chinese beer market, in which the premium segment will become increasingly important," said Chen Lang, chairman of China Resources Enterprise.

  • Heineken Fires Back at AB InBev in Battle Over Beer Keg Rights
    Bloomberg18 days ago

    Heineken Fires Back at AB InBev in Battle Over Beer Keg Rights

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  • TheStreet.com18 days ago

    Heineken's China Deal: An Interesting Move, but What's Next?

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  • TheStreet.com18 days ago

    China Calling: Heineken Looks for Foothold In World's Biggest Beer Market

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  • Cheap Chinese Beer Won’t Refresh Heineken
    Bloomberg19 days ago

    Cheap Chinese Beer Won’t Refresh Heineken

    Heineken NV could hardly be blamed for having a bit of an inferiority complex about Anheuser-Busch InBev SA. Nowadays, AB InBev sells nearly three out of 10 liters of beer consumed globally. Heineken may account for another 8 percent of the global market, but it remains a distant competitor to its rival across the border in Belgium.

  • Reuters20 days ago

    Mexico's Grupo Lala names ex-Anheuser-Busch InBev executive as CEO

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  • World Cup Boosts Anheuser-Busch InBev Sales
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    World Cup Boosts Anheuser-Busch InBev Sales

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  • Cheers to Heineken, or to AB InBev? How About Neither
    Bloomberg23 days ago

    Cheers to Heineken, or to AB InBev? How About Neither

    Heineken NV and Anheuser-Busch InBev NV, two giants of brewing, have squared off in the past week. Heineken on Monday reported a 4.6 percent increase in organic beer volume in the second quarter. Previously, it had forecast a 0.25 percentage point increase.

  • Bloomberg23 days ago

    Heineken Says Brazilian Expansion to Dilute Profitability

    Heineken NV, the world’s second-largest brewer, forecast a drop in profitability this year as it expands more quickly than expected in Brazil, where its beer business has lower margins. The full-year margin will shrink about 20 basis points, Heineken said Monday, also pointing to currency headwinds. The Dutch company became Brazil’s second-largest brewer last year when it bought Japanese brewer Kirin’s business there for about 2.2 billion real ($590 million).