|Bid||48.35 x 800|
|Ask||48.33 x 800|
|Day's Range||47.55 - 48.72|
|52 Week Range||41.45 - 50.84|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||0.27|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||32.42|
|Earnings Date||Apr 23, 2019|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||1.60 (3.41%)|
|1y Target Est||50.33|
Investors on Tuesday will continue parsing through an onslaught of earnings results in search of signals for the directions of future growth in the corporate world.
Earnings obsessed? Our call of the day urges investors to move past what will likely be an uninspiring quarter or two of corporate results, and start thinking about how to preserve their investment gains in a market that has already risen strongly this year.
Earnings news boosted Hasbro and Twitter Tuesday, helping lift the stock market today as the Nasdaq and S&P 500 each chase a third straight advance.
(Reuters) - U.S. stocks opened higher on Tuesday, led by gains in technology stocks and upbeat earnings from a handful of companies including Coca-Cola and Twitter. The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose ...
posted stronger-than-expected first quarter earnings Tuesday as organic sales growth and operating margins showed solid improvements from last year. Coca-Cola said earnings for the three months ending in March came in at 48 cents per share, up 1 penny from the same period last year and 2 cents ahead of the consensus forecast. Group revenues, Coke said, rose 5% from last year to $8 billion and again beat the Street forecast of $7.9 billion.
Stocks rose slightly at the opening bell on Tuesday as investors sift through a raft of corporate earnings from blue-chip firms, including four Dow constituents. The S&P 500 was up less than 0.1% to 2,910. The Dow Jones Industrial Average advanced 16 points, or or less than 0.1%, to 26,527. The Nasdaq Composite was up more than 0.1% to 8,027. Investors will closely watch if the first-quarter's corporate results will lift equities back to record highs. The S&P 500 remains less than 1% away from its all-time closing high. Shares of Coca-Cola Co. rose 1.5% in pre-market trading after it beat analysts' revenue and earnings expectations.
Tuesday morning, investors were met with an avalanche of earnings reports from Twitter to Coca-Cola that sent indices moving higher. Fortunately for you, Jim Cramer breaks down the priorities you need ...
Coca-Cola's (KO) first-quarter earnings and sales top estimates, benefiting from organic revenue growth across all segments as well as execution of growth strategies.
The company has been bolstering its portfolio of non-carbonated drinks such as coffee, flavoured waters and smoothies under Chief Executive Officer James Quincy who is spearheading Coca-Cola's transformation into a "total beverage company". As part of the plan, Coca-Cola paid $5.1 billion (£3.9 billion) for Costa Coffee earlier this year to tap into a booming global coffee market.
The beverage giant got a boost from better sales in China, where Chief Executive Officer James Quincey said bottled water and trademark Coke are performing well. Global unit case volume, a key measure for Coke, rose 2 percent, fueled by a 7 percent spike in Asia Pacific.
Stockpiling to guard against a disorderly Brexit gave Coca-Cola’s revenue and adjusted earnings an additional boost during the first quarter, helping the beverages group squeak past Wall Street forecasts. Coca-Cola reported a 5 per cent year-on-year increase in net revenue to $8bn and said an estimated 2 points of the sales growth was “primarily related to bottler inventory build in order to manage uncertainty related to Brexit”, and added that earnings per share had benefited to the tune of 2 per cent for the same reason. Earlier this year, management at Coca-Cola European Partners, the world’s biggest independent Coca-Cola bottler, revealed they had begun stockpiling ingredients in the UK to minimise any disruption that might stem from the UK’s departure from the EU.
U.S. stock-index futures on Tuesday edge higher amid of a barrage of quarterly results, including blue-chip consumer-focused companies, Coca-Cola Co., and Procter & Gamble Co., which investors will pore over to glean the health of American corporations.
The Coca-Cola Co. surprised investors with a better-than-expected first quarter, but it's still expecting slower growth for the full year. Coke reported net income of $1.7 billion, or 39 cents per share, up from 32 cents per share in the January-March period a year ago. Without one-time items, Coke earned 48 cents per share, beating Wall Street's expectations.
(Reuters) - Coca-Cola Co beat estimates for quarterly sales and profit on Tuesday, as it sold more water and soft drinks, including its signature soda and Coke Zero, sending its shares up 4 percent before ...
Goldman Sachs Upgrades PepsiCo Stock after Strong Q1 Results(Continued from Prior Part)Valuation after Q1 results PepsiCo’s (PEP) 12-month forward PE ratio grew 0.7% to 22.1x on April 17, the day the company announced its first-quarter results.
Coca-Cola Co. shares rose 3.2% in Tuesday premarket trading after the global beverage company reported first-quarter earnings and revenue that beat expectations. Net income totaled $1.68 billion, or 39 cents per share, up from 1.37 billion, or 32 cents per share, last year. Adjusted EPS of 48 cents beat the 46-cent FactSet consensus. Revenue was $8.02 billion, up from $7.63 billion last year and ahead of the $7.89 billion FactSet expectation. Coca-Cola will host its annual meeting on April 24, at which James Quincey will become chairman, succeeding Muhtar Kent, who started in 1978 and is retiring. The company maintained its full-year organic revenue guidance for 4% growth, and full-year adjusted EPS range from down 1% to up 1%. Coca-Cola stock is up 0.1% for 2019 to date while the Dow Jones Industrial Average has gained 13.7% for the period.
Net Revenues Grew 5% in First Quarter; Organic Revenues Grew 6%, Including a 2% Benefit from Timing