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Coca - Cola Bottling Consolidated (NASDAQ: COKE ) declares $0.25/share quarterly dividend , in line with previous. Forward yield 1.21% Payable Nov. 14; for shareholders of record Oct. 31; ex-div Oct. 29. Post your comment!
below will detail my bullish thesis on an old favorite, Coca - Cola Enterprises (NYSE: CCE ). Overview CCE was formed after the sale of its North American bottling operations to Coca - Cola (NYSE: KO ) Complete Story »
s been a soda war in the U.S for over a century. Coca - Cola (NYSE: KO ) is still the dominant force in the industry, with ..... DPS ) to inch closer in terms of market share. But KO has still managed to lag its top peer PEP over the last
consists of the six companies -- Albertsons (ABS), Coca - Cola ( KO ), General Electric (GE), Gillette (G), and ..... estimate of original value). Not a dividend story. Coca - Cola ( KO ) raised its dividend every year growing it from
NEW YORK, Oct 10 (Reuters) - U.S. stocks were mostly lower on Friday, but consumer staples rose amid the market uncertainty, with beverage giant Coca - Cola Co again lifting the sector.
Shares of Coca - Cola ( KO +0.8% ) ignore the broad market decline to trade at their highest level since 1998. The stock is a favorite of defensive-minded investors and has benefited with activist investor WIntergreen Advisors making more noise. Post your comment!
NEW YORK, Oct 7 (Reuters) - Shares of Coca - Cola Co rose to their highest level since 1998 on Tuesday, bucking the downward trend of the broader market.
systems. A strong initiation from Goldman Sachs on the stock is helping to offset any concerns on the category. Coca - Cola (NYSE: KO ) has its eyes on the developments with its 10-year Keurig Cold partnership kicking off in 2015. If it's true
an elite club that currently only has 107 members -- names like AT&T (NYSE: T ), Walmart (NYSE: WMT ) and Coca Cola (NYSE: KO ). Within the next several months, we're going to be able to add a new name to that list -- Erie Indemnity