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Anheuser-Busch Buys Back South Korean Brewer

Anheuser-Busch InBev (NYSE: BUD) announced Monday that it has reached an agreement to reacquire Oriental Brewery from private equity firms KKR and Affinity Equity Partners for $5.8 billion. Anheuser-Busch sold ...
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People Will Never Stop Drinking: Wisdom of Jim Beam Deal

Suntory, the Japanese brewer, spent $13.6 billion to buy Beam Inc. (NYSE: BEAM), the maker of Jim Beam. And the price will be paid in cash. People have consumed more ...
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Whiskey Maker Beam to Be Swallowed Up by Suntory

Beam Inc. (NYSE: BEAM), the maker of Jim Beam and Marker's Mark alcohol brands, has agreed to be acquired by Japan's Suntory Holdings. Suntory will pay $83.50 per share, which ...
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The Best Upside and Value in Beer, Wine and Spirits Stocks

The most fun thing about the business of beer, wine and spirits may simply be drinking it. But someone (or some company) makes the stuff, and you know they are ...
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Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: Beam, Halliburton, Nokia, Lululemon and More

Each morning 24/7 Wall St. reviews dozens and dozens of Wall Street analyst research reports looking for fresh ideas for investors and traders. Some are stocks to buy and others ...
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How $100 Million Expansion Will Drive Jack Daniel’s Sales Even More

If you are ever playing the word association game and bourbon comes up, chances are high that the first or second brand you would associate it with is Jack Daniel's ...
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Top Wall Street Analyst Upgrades: AllState, Cubist, Beazer and More

Investors and traders are constantly looking for fresh research ideas from Wall Street that will lead to higher income or more profits. We review many fresh research calls to find ...
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UBS Likes Global Beer and Liquor Companies

If there is one sector on Wall Street that seems to never go out of favor, its companies that make, sell and distribute liquor, beer and wine. For global companies ...
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24/7 Wall St. Closing Bell — March 22, 2013: Markets Turn Higher Awaiting Cyprus Solution (KSS, LNKD, BEAM, ADTN, FDO, MU, NKE, SLW, VRNG, DRI, TIF, APOL, DG, JASO, MU, NKE, BBRY)

U.S. equity markets opened higher this morning and trading stayed positive territory all day. No solution has yet been agreed to the Cyprus banking crisis (more coverage here), but the ...
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Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades (ADTN, BEAM, BBRY, DEO, DSW, FDO, JBL, KSS, LNKD, LULU, MU, SLM, YELP)

From active traders to passive investors, it seems that everyone is interested in new ideas on how to make a profit. 24/7 Wall St. looks over research calls from all ...
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St. Patrick’s Day Finances, Facts and Figures … Likely More Than $5 Billion Spent

If there is an event, there is a cost or an economic impact associated with it. St. Patrick's Day comes every year on March 17, and 24/7 Wall St. wanted ...
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Pricing/Demand Trends Get Favorable For Beer, Wine and Spirits Makers

Good news is headed the way of beer, wine, and spirits makers. Those past cost pressures are abating and trends are starting to look up as a report from Moody's Investors ...
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Twenty Sinful Companies to Give Up for Lent

As Fat Tuesday quickly turns into Ash Wednesday, Lent will take place from Wednesday, February 13 to Saturday, March 30 in 2013. It may not seem like much on the ...
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Top Food and Beverage Stock Picks for 2013 (STZ, KRFT, BEAM, HSY, CAG, DF, WWAV, K, PEP, KO, MDLZ, GMCR)

You gotta eat (and drink)! If investors follow their mouths in 2013 there are some handy rewards headed their way. That is the opinion of Bank of America/Merrill Lynch after ...
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24/7 Wall St. Closing Bell — November 6, 2012: Markets Open and Close Higher (CS, CMG, BEAM, SMRT, USM, CF, ESRX, PAA, WLT, Z, AMSC, AOL, CVC, CVS, FOSL, LPX, VVUS, GDP, NWSA, RAX, TWO, AES, AGU, CLH, ENB, HFC, JRCC, LEAP, M, THC, TWX, WLP, THQI, CDE, ODP)

U.S. equity markets opened higher this morning as investors seemed to prefer a little risk trading on U.S. election day. Asian markets were cautious ahead of today’s elections, while in ...
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