Anheuser-Busch Inbev S.A. (BUD)
$80.03 0.36 (0.45%)
18:29 EST BUD Stock Quote Delayed 15 Minutes
Previous Close $80.03
Market Cap 128.66B
PE Ratio -
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 801,500
Day's Range 79.71 - 80.28
52-Week Range 70.91 - 102.70
Dividend & Yield 1.93 (2.41%)
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Anheuser Busch news about the beer company's earnings report for the fourth quarter of the year has BUD stock up on Thursday.
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Bud stock has been under intense pressure, but should be coming into a level of support. If it bounces, look to see how it does with resistance.
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A nearly 5% dividend yield and below-average valuation makes BUD stock look cheap. Is the market missing something obvious here?
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Anheuser Busch seems to be out of favor as investors treat BUD stock like that of any other consumer company. But with a line of products in high demand with consumers around the globe, the growth ahead for BUD is enormous.
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