|Last Price||64.15||Max Price||93.90|
|Min Price||57.35||1 Year return||-30.29|
|Avg. Target||85.48||Expected Return||33.24 %|
|Annual report 2017|
Inbev is a Belgian brewer and in terms of volume, is one of the world’s largest breweries. Inbev was founded as a result of the merger between Interbrew and Ambev. Inbev owns well known brands such as ‘Stella Artois’, ‘Beck’s’, ‘Hoegaarden’, ‘Dommelsch’, ‘Oranjeboom’ and ‘Brahma’, number one or two brands in their respective countries. (ISIN: BE0003793107 / Mnemo: INB)
InBev is Belgium-based multinational drink and brewing company, founded as a result from the merger between Interbrew and AmBev which took place in 2004. Currently InBev is operating in over 30 countries and has sales in over 130 countries and has a revenue of 56,44 billion USD (2017).
Anheuser-Busch InBev SA/NV is a publicly listed company, with its primary listing on the Euronext Brussels. It has secondary listings on Mexican Stock Exchange, Johannesburg Stock Exchange and New York Stock Exchange.
The company was enlarged in October 10, 2016, when an over $100 billion merger between Anheuser-Busch InBev (AB InBev) and SABMiller closed. The new company is trading as NewbelcoSABMiller and it’s now the largest brewing company in the world and it’s expected to grow its market share to 28 percent.
The brand portfolio of AB InBev contains highly popular beer and soft-drink brands. The company classified its brands as Global Brands, International Brands, and Local Champions. The combined ABInBev/SAB Miller entity has approximately 400 beer brands as of January 2017.The company owns worldwide known brands like “Budweiser”, “Corona”, “Stella Artois”, “Beck’s” , “Leffe”, “Hoegaarden”, “Skol”, “Brahma”, “Antarctica”, “Quilmes”, “Victoria”, “Modelo Especial”.