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Heineken N.V. (HEIA.AS)

Amsterdam - Amsterdam Delayed Price. Currency in EUR
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92.68+0.92 (+1.00%)
At close: 05:35PM CEST
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Previous Close88.92
Open89.28
Bid0.00 x 0
Ask0.00 x 0
Day's Range88.44 - 89.96
52 Week Range77.50 - 104.60
Volume475,097
Avg. Volume673,606
Market Cap53.36B
Beta (5Y Monthly)0.81
PE Ratio (TTM)47.33
EPS (TTM)1.96
Earnings DateFeb 08, 2022 - Feb 14, 2022
Forward Dividend & Yield1.94 (2.05%)
Ex-Dividend DateApr 25, 2022
1y Target Est97.61
  • TheStreet.com

    People Are Buying Up Campari, Heineken To Outsmart Inflation

    As inflation continues to hit both daily routines and wallets, people do what they can to counter rising prices: some by driving less, others by not taking that vacation and still others by buying up certain liquors before the prices rise. Over the last month, more than one alcohol producer reported an increase a boost in sales in advance of rising prices. The maker behind not just the spirit needed to make a Negroni but also brands like Aperol and Grand Marnier, Campari reported revenue of 535 million euros (US$562 million) in the first three months of 2022.

  • PR Newswire

    Levelling the Playing Field: Heineken Commits to Tackling Gender Bias Within Football

    Today Heineken® revealed a new direction for its sponsorship in football, making its entire football campaign across both the men's and women's game about tackling gender bias affecting both players and fans of the sport.

  • Reuters

    Heineken set to invest $360 million in new brewery in Brazil

    Heineken NV's Brazilian arm is set to invest 1.8 billion reais ($360.73 million) in a new production facility in Minas Gerais state in southeast Brazil, the company said on Wednesday. The new brewery, located in the small city of Passos, is scheduled to start operations by 2025 and will employ 350 workers, according to a note. This will be Heineken's 15th unit in Brazil and "the first to be designed and built from the ground up," the Dutch brewer said, adding it will be the "most sustainable production facility to date."

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