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Wednesday, Mar 2610:08 AM
Wednesday, Mar 2610:08 AM| Comment!
- Deutsche Bank slaps a downgrade on Heineken (HINKY) to Hold from Buy on concerns that volume growth will be difficult to achieve for the global brewer.
- Minyanville notes with more than a touch of sarcasm that the U.S. Secret Service apparently did its best to bolster Heineken's sales on its home turf over the weekend.
- All snark aside, the company has struggled to see sales growth in Western Europe, Africa, and the Middle East offset some patchy performances in emerging markets.
Wednesday, Feb 1211:23 AM
Wednesday, Feb 1211:23 AM| Comment!
- The overall beer volume numbers from Heinken (HINKY) for 2013 weren't outstanding, but a late-year surge in demand in Africa was a bright spot with several big brewers betting heavy on the region.
- A positive read from IRI on January beer sales: Retailers reported a 6.75% increase in sales compared to a year ago for the four-week period ending January 26.
- Craft beer market share rose to 7.5% in 2013 after standing at 5.5% just two years ago. Many of the large global brewers are turning to new craft brewery acquisitions and craft products in order to stoke demand.
- Related stocks: Anheuser-Busch InBev (BUD), Heineken (HINKY), Molson Coors (TAP), SABMiller (SBMRY), Boston Beer (SAM), Craft Brew Alliance (BREW).
Wednesday, Feb 127:53 AM
Wednesday, Feb 127:53 AM| Comment!
- Heineken (HINKY) saw its profit drop in 2013 as developing markets under-performed and regulatory actions hurt demand in key regions.
- The global brewer reports organic beer volume fell 2.7% lower in 2013 amid what it calls a "fragile" economic environment.
- For the year, profit fell to €1.58B ($2.6B) from €1.66B ($2.73B) in 2012 despite a 20 bps improvement in operating profit margin.
Monday, Jan 69:07 AM
Monday, Jan 69:07 AM| 2 Comments
- Beer production in Brazil fell 2% last year as consumers struggled to meet some of the higher prices charged by brewers. It was the first time in four years production fell, according to government tracking.
- The region continues to be a disappointment for an industry (BUD, HINKY, ABEV, KNBWY) which has invested heavily on growth with the World Cup and Olympics both upcoming.
Friday, Jan 311:32 AM
Friday, Jan 311:32 AM| 2 Comments
- Fox Sports (FOXA) pulled in an impressive Nielsen rating of 21.1M viewers for the recent NFL season, an 8% increase from last year's level.
- The sports network made some sizable gains with women viewers, including a double-digit pop for women in the 25-54 age range.
- Media analysts have noted in the past that a percentage point increase in women's viewership for sports can carry more weight than a comparable gain in viewers from the opposite gender as more advertising opportunities are opened up. Beer marketing (BUD, TAP, SBMRY, HINKY) is the prime example with the macho campaigns of the past becoming rarer as the female demographic is targeted by the industry.
Friday, Dec 132013, 9:37 AM
Friday, Dec 132013, 9:37 AM| Comment!
- Brewers in the U.K. are getting set to battle regulators over TV advertising after a single complaint about a commercial from an industry coalition group caused it to be pulled.
- The 'Let There Be Beer' campaign aimed to "re-ignite" demand in the U.K. amid soft sales before hitting the snag. Anheuser-Busch InBev (BUD), Heineken (HINKY), SABMiller (SBMRF), Carlsberg (CABGY), and Molson Coors (TAP) are united on the issue.
Friday, Dec 62013, 1:56 PM
Friday, Dec 62013, 1:56 PM| Comment!
- Heineken (HINKY) expects to see solid growth in Mexico next year as the economic situation in the nation improves.
- The Dutch brewer and Anheuser-Busch InBev (BUD +1.9%) control 99% of the beer market in Mexico, a level of domination which has kept Mexican regulators busy.
- Despite the extra attention from antitrust officials, Heineken expects to grow its market share even higher next year at A-B's expense - led by its Mexican brands such as Tecate, Dos Equis, Indio, and Sol.
Wednesday, Oct 232013, 3:13 AM
Wednesday, Oct 232013, 3:13 AM| Comment!
- Heineken (HINKY) Q3 revenue +4% to €5.18B, missing forecasts of €5.41B.
- Comparable consolidated beer volumes -3% to 48.3M hectoliters, under the 50.2M hectoliters expected.
- Cuts FY outlook and now predicts that adjusted net profit will fall by a low single-digit percentage vs a previous forecast that the figure would be flat. (PR)
Friday, Sep 62013, 8:14 AM
Friday, Sep 62013, 8:14 AM| Comment!
- A strong forecast for beer sales next year in Brazil could give a little lift to the sector.
- Research firm Bernstein thinks the 2014 World Cup in host nation Brazil will help beer sales rise 3% next year in the nation - a rate which would stand out amid a sluggish global beer market.
- Related stocks: Anheuser-Busch InBev (BUD), AmBev (ABV), Kirin Holdings (KNBWY.PK) via Schincariol, Heineken (HINKY.PK)
Monday, Aug 262013, 9:21 AM|Monday, Aug 262013, 9:21 AM| Comment!
Wednesday, Aug 212013, 2:10 AM
Wednesday, Aug 212013, 2:10 AM| Comment!
- Heineken (HINKF.PK) H1 operating profit before items +5% to €1.45B vs consensus of €1.42B.
- Revenue +7% to €9.35B, organic revenue -3%.
- Operating profit +15% to €1.33B vs forecasts of €1.34B.
- Adjusted net profit -1% to €679M.
- Net profit -17% to €320M.
- EPS €1.11 vs €1.33.
- Expects FY adjusted net profit to be in line with 2012 on an organic basis. (PR)
Friday, Jul 122013, 2:00 PMSABMiller (SBMRY.PK) criticizes a ruling by authorities in Mexico on sales exclusivity, saying the measure didn't go far off enough to open up competition. The brewer is desperate to break up the stranglehold that Anheuser-Busch InBev (BUD -1.4%) and Heineken (HINKY.PK) have on the retail beer sales in Mexico. |Friday, Jul 122013, 2:00 PM| 1 Comment
Friday, Jul 122013, 6:49 AMMexican regulators says Anheuser-Busch InBev (BUD) and Heineken (HINKY.PK) will have to cap exclusive distribution deals with smaller retailers in Mexico to 20% of total point-of-sales or face fines. The ruling could help SABMiller (SBMRY.PK) with the pair of dominant brewers accounting for an estimated 98% of all beer sales in Mexico. |Friday, Jul 122013, 6:49 AM| Comment!
Thursday, Jul 112013, 7:42 AM
Friday, Jul 52013, 11:20 AMAfter SABMiller (SBMRY.PK) missed out on a major acquisition in Mexico, the brewing company hopes regulators in the nation will bail it out. Sometime in the next week a ruling from Mexico's Federal Competition Commission will set out if contracts that Heineken (HINKY.PK) and Anheuser-Busch InBev (BUD) have with stores and retailers restrict competition. A positive decision could provide SABMiller a quick fix to slipping market share in the region. |Friday, Jul 52013, 11:20 AM| Comment!
Friday, Jun 282013, 8:38 AMGlobal beer companies might find lucrative long-term growth opportunities in Africa, according to fresh analysis from Bernstein Research. The firm concludes brewers with operations already up and running have a clear advantage over new entrants. Right now - SABMiller (SBMRY.PK), Heineken (HINKY.PK), and Diageo (DEO) have the edge while Anheuser-Busch InBev (BUD) and Carlsberg face high barriers to entry if they want to make a late charge. |Friday, Jun 282013, 8:38 AM| Comment!