In pre-market trading hours on Thursday, shares of the world’s largest brewer Anheuser-Busch InBev SA/NV (BUD) gained 8.22% to $61.87. During the last trading session, BUD shares gained 0.46% to close at $57.17. Shares of BUD traded between $56.88 and $57.71. The stock traded 3.92 million shares, much more than its daily average of 1.83 million shares.
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In the last five days, shares of BUD have gained 1.28%, while they have lost -2.11% in the last month. Current dividend yield is 2.05%. Furthermore, BUD has a price to earnings ratio of 19.86 and a price to book ratio of 1.67 at present. BUD stock has been rising as its outlook has been revised.
How much has BUD revised its forecast?
Anheuser-Busch InBev participates in the creation, dissemination, and offer of alchoholic beverages, beer, and soda pops around the world. BUD offers a range of around 500 beer brands, which essentially incorporate Corona, Stella Artois, and Budweiser; Leffe, Hoegaarden, Michelob Ultra, and Beck’s; and Cass, Jupiler, Skol, Brahma, Harbin, Sedrin, Bud Light, Cristal, Victoria, Antarctica, Castle Lite, Quilmes, Aguila, Castle, and Modelo Especial brands. BUD was established in 1366 and is settled in Leuven, Belgium.
On Thursday, Anheuser-Busch InBev reported an unexpected increase in third-quarter profits, aided by beer sales in Brazil, raising its earnings forecast for 2021.
- As a result, the Belgian firm anticipates a core profit or EBITDA increase of 10% to 12% in 2021, rather than the previously forecasted 8% to 12%.
- Carlsberg increased its profit prediction for 2021 as a consequence of a higher third-quarter revenue performance in Europe and China.
- In comparison, worldwide number two Heineken reported a steeper-than-expected drop in beer sales in the third quarter, owing to a lockdown in Vietnam, but maintained its full-year projection at levels below pre-pandemic levels.
- Analysts have doubts about BUD’s ability to reach its original targets. Nomura acknowledged the brewer’s first upgrade in recent years after outperforming forecasts in every area in the third quarter.
- BUD’s core earnings increased 3.0% on a like-for-like basis from July to September, compared to a 2.3 percent fall projected.
- Bud’s sales increased 15.3 percent in Brazil as consumers drank more and bought more costly beers.
- Because to supply chain interruptions, profits and sales fell in the United States, as well as in Mexico, where inventory replenishment was delayed by a year, and China, where COVID-19 limitations disproportionately affected its important markets.
What prompted the BUD to revise its forecast?
AB InBev (BUD) reported higher revenue and earnings after COVID-19 limitations were removed in Colombia and South Africa, as well as rising vaccination rates in Europe. In addition to BUD’s results, competitors had a mixed day of earnings on Wednesday.