KO.BA - The Coca-Cola Company

Buenos Aires - Buenos Aires Delayed Price. Currency in ARS
161.00
0.00 (0.00%)
As of 2:26PM ART. Market open.
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Previous Close161.00
Open161.00
Bid0.00 x 0
Ask161.00 x 0
Day's Range161.00 - 161.00
52 Week Range124.00 - 168.00
Volume40
Avg. Volume162
Market Cap3.51T
BetaN/A
PE Ratio (TTM)170.01
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend DateN/A
1y Target EstN/A
  • Coca-Cola CEO: Broadening into new categories drives grow...
    CNBC Videos5 days ago

    Coca-Cola CEO: Broadening into new categories drives grow...

    Coca-Cola CEO James Quincey speaks to CNBC's Sara Eisen about the beverage giant's first investor day in eight years, his strategy for growth and culture shift as well.

  • Investopedia5 hours ago

    Why These Safe Haven Stocks Aren't Safe

    Investors seeking shelter from a potential selloff storm may not be safe with consumer staples stocks.

  • Investopedia15 hours ago

    Coca-Cola: Wells Fargo Upgrades on Alcohol Talk

    The global beverage giant's 'next chapter of growth is around the corner,' say the bulls.

  • Barrons.com23 hours ago

    Monster Beverage: This Is Really Scary!

    Shares of Monster Beverage (MNST) are falling on Monday, following a downgrade from Susquehanna. Analyst Pablo Zuanic and his team cut their rating on the stock from Neutral to Negative, arguing that Monster now changes hands at a historically high P/E ratio, on what he calls "misplaced" hopes that Coca-Cola (KO) will make a bid for the stock, and that the consensus estimates don't reflect a slowdown in sales. Zuanic writes that even with a lackluster third-quarter earnings report, the stock is still up 15% in the last three months, and that this is largely due to hopes that Coke will swoop in and buy it.

  • American City Business Journalsyesterday

    Greenpeace launches Christmas attack ad targeting Coca-Cola (Video)

    Greenpeace's environmental trolling of The Coca-Cola Co. (KO) has continued with a pointed holiday advertisement campaign. The non-governmental environmental organization has launched what it characterizes as a "spoof" of the Atlanta-based beverage giant's 'Holidays are coming' Christmas TV advertisement. Greenpeace said the point is "to take advantage of Coke’s huge PR push at this time of year," and to highlight the waste that comes from plastic bottles.

  • 3 Top Soda Stocks to Consider Buying Now
    Motley Fool2 days ago

    3 Top Soda Stocks to Consider Buying Now

    Coca-Cola, National Beverage, and SodaStream each have the potential to reward investors with sparkling long-term returns.

  • Forbes3 days ago

    Wells Fargo Analyst Sees Beverage Alcohol In Coca-Cola's Future

    Coca-Cola CEO James Quincey plays down a Wells Fargo prediction the company may extend into beverage alcohol.

  • Best Buy: Coca-Cola, McDonald's, or Verizon?
    Motley Fool3 days ago

    Best Buy: Coca-Cola, McDonald's, or Verizon?

    Soda, fast food, or smartphones? We stack the three Dow giants against one another as investment candidates.

  • Reuters4 days ago

    Heineken, Coke distributors start Brazil arbitration in Feb -Valor

    Heineken NV and Brazilian distributors for Coca-Cola Co will begin arbitration in February regarding a distribution contract that the Dutch brewer decided to end this year, according to a Friday report ...

  • TheStreet.com5 days ago

    How to Eat Junk Food Like Microsoft Billionaire Bill Gates

    Hint: There are a lot of burgers involved.

  • CNBC5 days ago

    Coca-Cola to test stevia-sweetened cola next year

    Coca-Cola will test a recipe of its namesake drink that's sweetened with stevia instead of sugar outside the U.S. next year.

  • Coca-Cola Aims to Solve Stevia Aftertaste Problem With New Drink
    Bloomberg5 days ago

    Coca-Cola Aims to Solve Stevia Aftertaste Problem With New Drink

    Coca-Cola Co., scrambling to adapt to fast-changing consumer tastes, says its quest for a better sugar replacement is bearing fruit.

  • American City Business Journals5 days ago

    Coca-Cola CEO: 'Painful changes' at Atlanta HQ but moving forward 'in a Coke way' (Video)

    While Coca-Cola hosted its annual investor day in Atlanta, the beverage giant's CEO was on TV discussing the company's future and the "painful" layoffs made this year. The Coca-Cola Co. (KO) CEO James Quincey broadly discussed the company's Atlanta layoffs on CNBC "Squawk on the Street" today, describing them as "some more painful changes." The company posted on the Georgia Department of Economic Development WARN website earlier this month that it would be laying off another 179 employees in Atlanta, in addition to the more than 400 announced earlier this year. A majority of those layoffs were to take place at the company's headquarters, 1 Coca-Cola Plaza NW, in Atlanta.

  • 5 Key Takeaways From Coca-Cola's Earnings Call
    Motley Fool5 days ago

    5 Key Takeaways From Coca-Cola's Earnings Call

    Several of the soda titan's strategies are beginning to bear fruit.

  • Coca-Cola CEO: 'Never say never' on getting into booze, but it 'doesn't make sense' right now
    CNBC5 days ago

    Coca-Cola CEO: 'Never say never' on getting into booze, but it 'doesn't make sense' right now

    Coca-Cola CEO James Quincey, who took over in May after serving as chief operating officer, reaffirmed guidance ahead of investor day.

  • TheStreet.com5 days ago

    Coca-Cola Reaffirms Guidance Into 2018, Places Emphasis on Revenue Growth

    Coke is hosting an investor day Thursday, where the Atlanta-based company will offer more insight for its financials through the rest of 2017 and into 2018.

  • Investopedia6 days ago

    Why Coca-Cola's Biggest Return May Be Frustration

    Investors are still bullish about Coca-Cola even though the stock is overpriced.

  • Barrons.com6 days ago

    Fountain of Truth: Coke Needs M&A

    CEO James Quincey has been at the helm since May, and a fresh strategy is in the works. Coke expects the global non-alcoholic, ready-to-drink beverage industry to expand by $110 billion at retail between 2017 and 2019, representing 4% compound annual growth mostly coming from non-carbonated soft drinks, according to Susquehanna Financial Group. Coke's problem: it has a 48% share of carbonated drinks, but only 7% share in non-carbonated drinks globally.

  • These 4 Stocks Hit Buy Points; This New IPO Soars Late: S&P 500 Futures
    Investor's Business Daily6 days ago

    These 4 Stocks Hit Buy Points; This New IPO Soars Late: S&P 500 Futures

    Coca-Cola, Western Digital, Jack in the Box and Cantel Medical moved into buy range Tuesday. CarGurus jumped late on strong earnings from its first post-IPO report.

  • Stocks Lower As Oil Stocks Lag, But Coca-Cola Surges To New High
    Investor's Business Daily7 days ago

    Stocks Lower As Oil Stocks Lag, But Coca-Cola Surges To New High

    Stocks remained lower in afternoon trading Tuesday, as Coca-Cola's breakout to new highs reflected relative strength in consumer stocks.

  • Barrons.com7 days ago

    Coca-Cola: Is It OK to Overpay for This Stock?

    For years, investors counted on consumer staple stocks to provide a safe port in a storm. As my colleague Teresa Rivas noted last week,  consumer staples are the third-worst performing sector in the S&P 500, plagued by rising interest rates, shifting consumer tastes, falling brand loyalty and the expanding reach of Amazon.com (AMZN). Wells Fargo’s Bonnie Herzog upgraded Coca-Cola (KO) today to Outperform, stating that the stock “should be a core holding in 2018 and beyond.” And with a price target of $51, she sees the stock rising 8% over the next year.

  • Benzinga7 days ago

    The Buy And Hold Case For Coca-Cola

    The Coca-Cola Co (NYSE: KO ) introduced a new strategy to better position its business to capitalize on shifting consumer demands, including low-calorie drinks. But some investors still have legitimate ...

  • Coca-Cola could make a move into booze, according to a Wells Fargo analyst
    CNBC7 days ago

    Coca-Cola could make a move into booze, according to a Wells Fargo analyst

    Coca-Cola shares are set for a breakout thanks to successes overseas and a possible venture into alcoholic beverages, Wells Fargo says.

  • Richard Branson played Coke and Pepsi against each other at high school aged 14
    CNBC8 days ago

    Richard Branson played Coke and Pepsi against each other at high school aged 14

    Virgin entrepreneur Branson's commercial acumen was honed at a young age: his student magazine pitted two of the world's biggest rivals against each other

  • Market Realist11 days ago

    What Drove Monster Beverage’s Higher Sales in 3Q17?

    Monster Beverage (MNST) generated net sales of $909.5 million in 3Q17, beating the consensus analyst estimate of $904.6 million.