Gains from Molson Coors Canada Inc. set to boost this brewer’s sales

Gains from Molson Coors Canada Inc. set to boost this brewer’s sales

Slowing sales of beer led to a 4.4% revenue slump for this company during the most-recent quarter.

Its strategy is now focused on new premium brands, and the introduction of THC- and CBD-infused drinks. That should eventually help to boost earnings and support dividend increases.


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MOLSON COORS CANADA INC. (Toronto symbols TPX.A $81 and TPX.B $76; Conservative Growth and Income Portfolios, Consumer sector; Shares outstanding: 216.4 million; Market cap: $16.4 billion; Price-to-sales ratio: 0.6;- Dividend yield: 4.0%; TSINetwork Rating: Average; www.molsoncoors.com) is the world’s fifth-largest largest brewer of beer by market cap. Its top brands… Read More

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