Anheuser-Busch InBev

Anheuser-Busch Inbev is engaged in the brewing of beer. Co. manages a portfolio of well over 200 brands that includes brands such as Budweiser, Stella Artois and Beck's; multi-country brands such as Leffe and Hoegaarden; and other brands such as Bud Light, Skol, Brahma, Quilmes, Michelob, Harbin, Sedrin, Klinskoye, Sibirskaya Korona, Chernigivske and Jupiler. Co. also produces and distributes soft drinks, particularly in Latin America. Co.'s operations are organized along seven business segments: North America, Mexico, Latin America North, Latin America South, Europe, Asia Pacific and Global Export & Holding Companies.
  • TickerABI
  • ISINBE0974293251
  • ExchangeEuronext Brussels
  • SectorBeverages
  • CountryBelgium

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Benelux Morning Notes

AB InBev: Lazarus. IBA: sells a €12-15m high energy cyclotron in South Africa. Proximus: Leroy becomes ‘current affair' CEO. Vopak: A fourth stake in an LNG import terminal

Anheuser-Busch Inbev (ABI) | Happy Hour - Monthly Beverage Monitor

The ABI share price has pulled back c.6pp from its YTD highs post its positive H1'19 results, with USD strength negatively impacting our earnings forecast. Despite the pull-back, ABI shares still trade at a 13.1x forward EV/EBITDA. We believe the counter is fairly valued at such levels. Thus, the market has played out the earnings upgrade and deleveraging in our view. Given our view of a weaker H2'19 performance, we do not see scope for further upside.

ABI | Sobering up

Anheuser-Busch InBev (ABI) released a positive set of H1'19 results, exceeding consensus earnings expectations (normalised EPS of USD2.52/share versus USD2.40/share). Positive volume growth (+1.7% y/y), global premiumisation trends and a strong brand portfolio resulted in organic revenue growing 6% y/y. However, the negative currency fluctuations resulted in headline revenue growth of -1.1% y/y. The positive mix effect and various cost saving initiatives resulted in normalised EBTIDA margins expanding 104bps y/y to 40.9%.

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Benelux Morning Notes

AB InBev: Lazarus. IBA: sells a €12-15m high energy cyclotron in South Africa. Proximus: Leroy becomes ‘current affair' CEO. Vopak: A fourth stake in an LNG import terminal

Anheuser-Busch Inbev (ABI) | Happy Hour - Monthly Beverage Monitor

The ABI share price has pulled back c.6pp from its YTD highs post its positive H1'19 results, with USD strength negatively impacting our earnings forecast. Despite the pull-back, ABI shares still trade at a 13.1x forward EV/EBITDA. We believe the counter is fairly valued at such levels. Thus, the market has played out the earnings upgrade and deleveraging in our view. Given our view of a weaker H2'19 performance, we do not see scope for further upside.

ABI | Sobering up

Anheuser-Busch InBev (ABI) released a positive set of H1'19 results, exceeding consensus earnings expectations (normalised EPS of USD2.52/share versus USD2.40/share). Positive volume growth (+1.7% y/y), global premiumisation trends and a strong brand portfolio resulted in organic revenue growing 6% y/y. However, the negative currency fluctuations resulted in headline revenue growth of -1.1% y/y. The positive mix effect and various cost saving initiatives resulted in normalised EBTIDA margins expanding 104bps y/y to 40.9%.

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Philip Gorham

Morningstar | Asahi Goes Down Under, but Deal Looks Marginally Better for AB InBev

Asahi is to acquire Carlton & United Breweries for JPY 1.2 trillion ($11.3 billion) from Anheuser-Busch InBev in a deal we think is financially slightly better for AB InBev than for Asahi. Nevertheless, the valuation effect appears negligible, and we are maintaining our fair value estimates for both companies. From Asahi’s perspective, we were surprised by this development because the deal is much larger than the bolt-on acquisitions that management had previously expressed interest in. We believe Asahi is eyeing the opportunity to leverage Carlton & United Breweries' production capacity and ...

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  • Jerôme Bodin
  • Laurence Hofmann
  • Louis Boujard
  • Matthias Desmarais
  • Olfa Taamallah
  • Olivier Lebrun
  • Philippe Ourpatian
  • Pierre Tegner
  • Stephane Houri
  • Sven Edelfelt
  • Virginie Rousseau
  • Yan Derocles
  • Yassine Batini

ODDO BHF SECURITIES MORNING NEWS – DETAILED COMMENTS 03/01/2019

Unlike CEO pay, the average remuneration paid to the chairs of the boards of directors of the large cap companies covered by ODDO BHF increased by 4.9% between 2013 and 2017. The disparities between companies stem mainly from national contexts and widely differing perceptions of the role of the board chair depending on the countries, though for certain stocks the ownership structure and sector situation may have an influence. Cf. Report published last evening. - ...

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  • Anis Zgaya
  • Antoine Boivin-Champeaux
  • Christophe Chaput
  • Emira Sagaama
  • Fatma Agnès Hamdani
  • Jerôme Bodin
  • Laurence Hofmann
  • Louis Boujard
  • Matthias Desmarais
  • Olfa Taamallah
  • Olivier Lebrun
  • Philippe Ourpatian
  • Pierre Tegner
  • Stephane Houri
  • Sven Edelfelt
  • Virginie Rousseau
  • Yan Derocles
  • Yassine Batini

ODDO BHF SECURITIES MORNING NEWS – COMMENTAIRES DETAILLES 01/03/2019

Contrairement aux rémunérations de CEO, la moyenne des sommes versées aux présidents de conseil d’administration dans les large caps suivies chez Oddo BHF a connu une hausse de 4.9% entre 2013 et 2017. Les disparités entre les sociétés relèvent principalement de contextes nationaux et d’une perception du rôle de président(e) très différents selon les pays, même si la situation actionnariale et sectorielle peut, pour certaines valeurs, avoir une influence. Cf. étude publiée hier. - ...

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  • Olivier Lebrun
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  • Samantha Jeary
  • Virginie Rousseau

ODDO BHF SECURITIES MORNING NEWS – DETAILED COMMENTS 01/14/2019

From our discussions with over 180 companies, we noted a reasonably positive tone, but the view of the cycle is considerably less optimistic than a year ago, as in one notch lower: the sense of acceleration or improvement in momentum seen a year ago is no longer there. 1/ A number of sectors have seen a slowdown in volumes without signalling this as a catastrophe: in industrial services (such as transportation and TT), automotive equipment suppliers, electronics and other segments whe...

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  • Jean-Baptiste Rouphael
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  • Pierre Tegner
  • Samantha Jeary
  • Valentin Pernet
  • Virginie Rousseau

ODDO BHF SECURITIES MORNING NEWS – COMMENTAIRES DETAILLES 14/01/2019

De nos échanges avec plus de 180 sociétés, il ressort une tonalité raisonnablement positive, mais si la perception du cycle est sensiblement moins optimiste qu’il y a 1 an, comme un cran en-dessous : la logique d’accélération ou d’appréciation du momentum observé il y a un an n’est plus. 1/ Un certain nombre de secteurs observent un ralentissement de volumes sans catastrophisme : dans les services industriels (comme le transport ou le TT), les équipementiers auto, l’électronique et d...

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  • Jean Sassus
  • Johanna Jourdain
  • Matthias Desmarais
  • Olivier Lebrun
  • Pierre Tegner
  • Steven Gould
  • Sven Edelfelt
  • Virginie Rousseau

ODDO BHF SECURITIES MORNING NEWS – DETAILED COMMENTS 11/20/2018

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Coffee, Croissants & Credit/CSPP+, Santander and AB InBev

Strategy: Steeper on vagueness, preferred senior on CSPP+

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  • Job Veenendaal
  • Nadège Tillier
  • Suvi Platerink Kosonen

Coffee, Croissants & Credit/AB InBev

AB InBev abandons IPO plan, expect weakness in the curve

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  • Jeroen van den Broek
  • Job Veenendaal
  • Nadège Tillier
  • Suvi Platerink Kosonen

Coffee, Croissants & Credit/Deutsche Bank, AB InBev

Deutsche Bank may look into absorbing some of its buffers to finance its restructuring, a credit negative

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Hendrik Wiersma ...
  • Jeroen van den Broek
  • Job Veenendaal
  • Nadège Tillier
  • Suvi Platerink Kosonen

Coffee, Croissants & Credit/AB InBev, Coca-Cola HBC, UniCredit, TI and DSM

AB InBev (ABIBB) reported first quarter results that were strong, albeit somewhat short of consensus estimates. Revenue came in at US$12,589m, set against consensus of US$12,644m. Revenue fell 3.8% against the 1Q18 reference base, which includes the effects of lease accounting under IFRS16 and hyperinflation accounting for Argentina. Guidance for 2019 was left unchanged as the company continues to expect strong revenue and EBITDA growth. AB InBev further confirmed that it is actively pursuing the listing of a minority stake in the Asia Pacific business on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange.

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  • Job Veenendaal
  • Nadège Tillier
  • Suvi Platerink Kosonen

Benelux Credit Digest/Issuer Profiles

Once again, it is with great pleasure that we present the eleventh edition of our Benelux Credit Digest, our annual overview of the key fundamentals and credit metric developments of the most important corporate and financial credits in Belgium, the Netherlands and Luxembourg.

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Asahi Group Holdings Ltd - Mergers & Acquisitions (M&A), Partnerships & Alliances and Investments

Summary Marketline's Asahi Group Holdings Ltd Mergers & Acquisitions (M&A), Partnerships & Alliances and Investments report includes business description, detailed reports on mergers and acquisitions (M&A), divestments, capital raisings, venture capital investments, ownership and partnership transactions undertaken by Asahi Group Holdings Ltd since January2007. Marketline's Company Mergers & Acquisitions (M&A), Partnerships & Alliances and Investments reports offer a comprehensive breakdown of the organic and inorganic growth activity undertaken by an organization to sustain its competitive a...

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San Miguel Corp - Mergers & Acquisitions (M&A), Partnerships & Alliances and Investments

Summary Marketline's San Miguel Corp Mergers & Acquisitions (M&A), Partnerships & Alliances and Investments report includes business description, detailed reports on mergers and acquisitions (M&A), divestments, capital raisings, venture capital investments, ownership and partnership transactions undertaken by San Miguel Corp since January2007. Marketline's Company Mergers & Acquisitions (M&A), Partnerships & Alliances and Investments reports offer a comprehensive breakdown of the organic and inorganic growth activity undertaken by an organization to sustain its competitive advantage. Key Hig...

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Harboes Bryggeri A/S - Strategy, SWOT and Corporate Finance Report

Summary Harboes Bryggeri A/S - Strategy, SWOT and Corporate Finance Report, is a source of comprehensive company data and information. The report covers the company's structure, operation, SWOT analysis, product and service offerings and corporate actions, providing a 360˚ view of the company. Key Highlights Harboes Bryggeri A/S (Harboes) is a producer and marketer of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages. The company's product portfolio includes beers, soft drinks, packaged water, juices, ciders, syrups, energy drinks and malt beverages. Harboes markets its products under various brands su...

Expert Corporate Governance Service (ECGS)

Anheuser-Busch Inbev - AGM 24 April 2019

Overall, Anheuser-Busch Inbev ("AB InBev") is in compliance with the Belgian regulations, relating to the organization and procedures of the Annual General Meeting. Directors, Olivier Goudet, Stéfan Descheemaeker, Carlos Sicupira and Alexandre Behring resigned. Hence, Under ITEMS 9a, 9b, 9c and 9d, four nominations are proposed for them to be replaced. Due to a lack of independence on the board (33%), ECGS recommends to vote OPPOSE to the re-election of all directors: Martin J. Barrington (ITEM 9e), William F. Gifford (ITEM 9f) and Alejandro Santo Domingo Dávila (ITEM 9g). In ITEM 11a, the ...

Anheuser-Busch – Proxinvest Corporate Governance Rating ® : D

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Vermilion Int'l Compass: Global Equity Strategy

Not too bullish, not too bearish Despite several indexes recently touching new 52+ week highs, broad global indexes (MSCI ACWI, ACWI ex-US, EAFE, and EM) remain near logical resistance, and indicators continue to send mixed signals. As a result we are hesitant to get too bullish or bearish. Instead we want to focus on Sector/Group/industry themes where we bottoming price and RS, or attractive pullback opportunities within established price and RS uptrends. Below we highlight some of these themes along with indicators that support our overall constructive -- yet tempered -- outlook. • Positiv...

Matthieu DRIOL

Analyse court terme - ANHEUSER-BUSH INBEV : La tendance de fond est clairement orientée à la baisse.

La tendance de fond est clairement orientée à la baisse. Le mouvement se poursuit. Le prochain objectif est à 61,09 €, puis 59,07 €. Le franchissement de 78,85 € remettrait en cause la suite de la baisse.

Matthieu DRIOL

Short term view - ANHEUSER-BUSH INBEV : The background trend is clearly bearish.

The background trend is clearly bearish. The movement goes on. The next target is at €61.09, then €59.07. Passing €78.85 would question the continuation of the fall.

Matthieu DRIOL

Short term view - ANHEUSER-BUSH INBEV : The movement goes on.

The background trend is clearly bearish. The movement goes on. The next target is at €61.09, then €59.07. Passing €78.85 would question the continuation of the fall.

Matthieu DRIOL

Analyse court terme - ANHEUSER-BUSH INBEV : Le mouvement se poursuit.

La tendance de fond est clairement orientée à la baisse. Le mouvement se poursuit. Le prochain objectif est à 61,09 €, puis 59,07 €. Le franchissement de 78,85 € remettrait en cause la suite de la baisse.

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