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Jul 15, 2021
PepsiCo Beats Estimates, Raises Guidance
Image Source: PepsiCo Inc – CAGNY 2021 Presentation. On July 13, PepsiCo reported second-quarter fiscal 2021 earnings (period ended June 12, 2021) that beat both consensus top- and bottom-line estimates. Due to its strong performance during the first half of the fiscal year, PepsiCo raised its full-year guidance for fiscal 2021 in conjunction with its latest earnings report. Now the firm expects to post 6% organic sales growth (versus a mid-single-digit range previously) and 11% core constant currency EPS growth (versus a high-single-digit range previously) in fiscal 2021 on an annual basis. Foreign currency tailwinds favorably impacted its financial performance last fiscal quarter, and for the full fiscal year, PepsiCo sees these tailwinds boosting its net revenue and core EPS performance by ~100 basis points.
Apr 30, 2021
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Apr 22, 2021
Coca-Cola Looks Ready to Break Out, Valuation Not Attractive Though
Image Shown: Coca-Cola’s technicals look like they are carving out a nice cup-and-handle pattern, but its valuation leaves a lot to be desired, in our view. Coca-Cola’s outlook for 2021 showcases strong comparable earnings per share growth and solid free cash flow generation. The soda maker’s valuation and Dividend Cushion ratio are held down by its large net debt position, but we fully expect it to make good on future dividend growth. From a technical standpoint, shares look like they might break out, but more value-focused investors might pause at its lofty valuation. We’re maintaining our fair value estimate range for now.
Oct 30, 2020
Dividend Increases/Decreases for the Week October 30
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May 1, 2020
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Apr 27, 2020
Coca-Cola’s Debt Load Makes It Difficult to Navigate Rough Market Conditions
Image Source: The Coca-Cola Company – First Quarter Fiscal 2020 Earnings IR Presentation. On April 21, Coca-Cola reported first-quarter fiscal 2020 earnings (period ended March 27, 2020) that beat both consensus top- and bottom-line estimates, and furthermore, flat organic sales beat consensus estimates as well (which analysts expected would decline modestly year-over-year). Coca-Cola’s Asia Pacific business was weakened by the coronavirus (‘COVID-19’) pandemic and organic revenues in the region (an adjusted non-GAAP figure) were down 7% year-over-year last fiscal quarter. Strong growth in North America (organic revenues were up 4% year-over-year) and Latin America (organic revenues were up a whopping 13% year-over-year) due to greater sales volumes and favorable price increases/product mix shifts offset weakness in the Asia Pacific region in the fiscal first quarter. However, please note that this picture will likely change in the second fiscal quarter due to the spread of the pandemic worldwide.
Oct 31, 2016
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