Molson Coors Brewing Company

+$0.27 (+0.8%)
Closing price July 2, 2020
Canadian marijuana producer Hexo has filed for a U.S. IPO. The company recently struck a deal with brewer Molson Coors to develop non-alcoholic, cannabis-infused beverages for the Canadian market.
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As global demand for alcoholic beverages rises, Wall Street analysts expect to see solid to strong earnings growth from the biggest brewers and distributors over the next few years.
24/7 Wall St. screened the Merrill Lynch research database and found five top all-American companies that may have a solid start to the third quarter because of the Independence Day holiday.
Beermaker Molson Coors has reportedly been talking to marijuana growers about teaming up to offer a cannabis-infused beer. It won't be the first brewer to look to marijuana to rejuvenate sales.
Snap, Mondelez, AT&T, and Molson Coors all posted new 52-week lows Wednesday.
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These five all-American companies should have great 4th of July sales and are poised to continue to be solid investments in the second half of 2017.