Despite the steep price tag, analysts back Anheuser-Busch InBev’s (BUD) full acquisition of Grupo Modelo that sent shockwaves across the industry and helps make BUD look like an enticing investment. By adding billion-dollar brands Corona Extra, Modelo Especial, and Victoria – the brewer finds a better synergistic mix than if had followed through with the rumored purchase of SABMiller (SBMRY.PK). In Mexico, A-B effectively boxes out Heineken (HINKY.PK), while divesting its Busch, Busch Light, and Natural Light brands to appease regulators should be painless. Post your comment!
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NEW YORK (TheStreet) — Shipping giant FedEx Corp. boasts a market capitalization of more than $27 billion and revenue of more than $42 billion. It’s second only to UPS in market capitalization.
The downside of this consistent performer is its 0.60% dividend yield — not quite the material of income investors.
Enter Monmouth Real Estate Investment Corp.. Organized in 1968, this is a publicly owned real estate investment trust specializing in net-leased industrial properties subject to long-term leases primarily to investment grade tenants. …
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Democracy is also a form of worship. It is the worship of jackals by jackasses. It is the theory that the common people know what they want, and deserve to get it good and hard.” H.L. Mencken Newt Gingrich, debtor.
Newt Gingrich recently ended his bid for the White House. His unwillingness to depart reminded me of a scene from the original Wall Street film when Gordon Gecko dresses down the naive Bud Fox: “What are you, 12th man on the deal team, last to know?” …
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NEW YORK (MainStreet) — We’re roughly a month into the Major League Baseball season and baseball’s beer drinking fans are already behind in the standings.
Major League Baseball’s average price for a small beer rose from $5.81 last year to $6.16 this year. At this time last year, the highest price for a small beer was the $7.25 the Boston Red Sox were charging at Fenway Park. This year three teams have exceeded that price, with two breaking the $8 barrier for the first time ever.
With help from Team Marketing Report’s Fan Cost Index, we came up with the Top 10 beer prices in the league. In each case, fans are getting soaked beyond the average:
Read more: 10 Most Expensive Beers in Baseball