David Jones

Emerging markets’ sales boost SABMiller’s growth

SABMiller's 3% rise in underlying beer volumes in the first three months of 2012 has been attributed to its growth in emerging markets.

SABMiller sales ride high on emerging market growth

Despite a drop in beer volumes in North America and Europe, SABMiller reported a rise, boosted by the growth in African and Latin American markets.

SABMiller upbeat over Africa’s thirst for beer

SABMiller underlined its confidence in Africa on Tuesday by raising its targets after big investments in nations like Angola and Mozambique.

SABMiller third-quarter volumes up 3%

Brewer SABMiller beat forecasts with a 3% rise in quarterly volumes, boosted by growth in Africa and Asia.

SABMiller first-half profits up

World number two brewer SABMiller beat forecasts on Thursday with a 6% rise in first-half profit.

SABMiller volumes slip on global slowdown

SABMiller saw beer volumes dip slightly as forecast in the six months to September as the global slowdown continued to hit demand.

SABMiller earnings top forecast with 19% rise

SABMiller, the world's biggest brewer, beat forecasts with a 19% rise in annual earnings, but added beer volume growth in its current first-half will be hit by high input costs and high comparative figures. The London-based maker of Miller Lite, Peroni and Pilsner Urquell beers posted adjusted earnings per share on Thursday of 143,1 United States cents for the year to March 31.

SABMiller, Molson Coors to combine US operations

Brewers SABMiller and Molson Coors Brewing have agreed to combine their United States operations to create a business that will have annual sales of ,6-billion and be the second-biggest market player behind Anheuser-Busch. The venture, MillerCoors, will generate around -million of annual cost savings.

US drinkers boost SABMiller profits

Brewing giant SABMiller Plc reported a 24 percent rise in half-year profits on Thursday and said it would cut costs in a bid to win over American beer drinkers.

SAB buys Miller to create world’s No 2 brewer

South African Breweries agreed on Thursday to buy Miller Brewing from Philip Morris in a ,6-billion deal.

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