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Molson Coors: Revitalization Strategy Will Continue To Support Growth

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  • Molson Coors continues to grow its top line with portfolio premiumization and re-emphasis on core brands under the Revitalization strategy.
  • The company's financial position continues to strengthen with reduced leverage that supports dividend increases and higher free cash flow.
  • Declining margins still pose the main risk for Molson Coors's growth; however, reduced input and transportation costs coupled with revenue growth should support margin expansion.

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Molson Coors Reports Missed Earnings Expectations, Due To Slowing Sales In U.S.

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Revenue per hectoliter for Molson Coors and Anheuser-Busch for 2021 and 2022.

Molson Coors & Anheuser-Busch Quarterly Reports

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I am a junior at the University of Southern California, studying Mathematics/Economics with a minor in Mathematical Finance. I have previously interned in credit research and fixed-income investments. My interest in investing began in 2021, and I primarily focus on analzying potentially undervalued companies in the consumer staples, consumer discretionary, and industrials space.

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