The stock was the past 10 year with a huge profit of 223 percent one of the best stocks in the brewery sector. Over the past 10 year the average stock in the brewery sector had a profit of 174 percent. Other strong performing stocks of the sector are Constellation Brands , AB AB InBev and SABMiller.
Over the past 12 months the stock AB AB InBev delivered a profit of around 25 percent. The brewery sector reported in the same period a profit of 18 percent. On a 5-years basis the stock outperformed her sector with a profit of 191 percent.Over the past 12 months the average Belgian stock has a profit of 13 percent.AB AB InBev is being covered by 0 analysts (only based on fundamental analysis). For this stock we don't have any target prices.
For the current book year the analysts expect a total revenue of 43,09 billion euros. This is slightly lower than the 2015's revenue of 43,6 billion euros.
The analysts foresee for 2016 a net profit of 6,23 billion euros. For this year most of the analysts expect a profit per share of 3,96 euros. With these estimates the PE-ratio equals 28,02.
The matrix above shows AB AB InBev 's historical returns expressed in the different entry years in the left axis.The year 2009 was with a price loss of 30 percent the worst year. The year 2016 is till now with a gain of 156 percent the best year for the stock. Who bought the stock in 2008 (price at that time 19,4 euros) has now a profit of 472 percent.
AB AB InBev 's book to market ratio is currently around 0,14. The average stock in the brewery sector is now trading with a CAPE of 40,12. Based on the number of outstanding shares AB AB InBev 's market capitalization equals 178,23 billion euros.
The average of the dividends estimates is at 3,65 euros. The dividend return consequently equals 3,29 percent. On average the brewery sector yields a rather high dividend return of around a rather high percent.
The graph above shows the different returns since 2008. The green line represents the total return of the reinvested dividends, the blue line is the price return and the red part is the total return: price return plus dividend return.
The historical dividend payments resulted in an even higher total return for the investors. Since 2008 the stock price is 472 percent higher.
Last year's dividends were with 2,27 percent per year below average. The total dividend return (with all re-investments) since 2008 equals 20 percent. The influence of the reinvested dividends on the total return is for the buy & hold investor not so significant.
The stock traded at 14.51 0,9 percent higher at 110,95 euros.This is around 22 times the 2015's earnings per share.
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