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Heineken NV HEIA Stock Quote


Last close prices updated as of Mar 29, 2023, 12:09 PM CET | EUR
  • Last Close 96.7
  • Sector Consumer Defensive
  • Industry Beverages - Brewers
  • Investment Style Large Blend
  • Day Range 96.76  –  97.98
  • Year Range 78.28  –  99.40
  • Market Cap 56.1090 Bil
  • Volume / Avg 123,302.0 /  625,683.9
  • Price / Sales 1.94
  • Price / Book 2.85
  • Forward Div Yield 1.79%
  • Trailing Div Yield 1.42%

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Heineken Positioning Itself for Growth Beyond Beer

Business Strategy and Outlook

| Philip Gorham |

After a period of industry consolidation, we think the future of the brewing industry lies in premiumisation at scale, nonalcoholic beer, and portfolio proliferation. We believe Heineken has strategies to deliver against all of these themes. The company's approach to value creation is its "green diamond," which focuses on four metrics: growth, profitability, capital efficiency, and sustainability and responsibility, and its five strategic priorities under the "EverGreen" umbrella are: shape the future of beer and beyond, digital, productivity, sustainability, and people.

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Business Description

Heineken sold 257 million hectolitres of beer in 2022, and is the world's second-largest brewer behind Anheuser-Busch InBev. It has the leading position in many European markets, including the Netherlands, Austria, Greece, and Italy. Its flagship brand, Heineken, is the world's leading international premium lager by volume and has spawned several brand extensions including Heineken 0.0 and Heineken Silver. Heineken is the world's biggest cider producer, and its portfolio also includes brands in the nonalcoholic, Belgian, and craft beer categories.

Tweede Weteringplantsoen 21, P.O. Box 28
Amsterdam, NH, 1000 AA, NLD
Industry Beverages - Brewers
Employees 85,000

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FAQs for Heineken NV Stock

Yes. HEIA has a forward dividend yield of 0.01%. See HEIA’s full dividends and stock split history on the Dividend tab.
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HEIA’s market cap is 56.11 Bil.
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HEIA’s stock style is Large Core.
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HEIA’s price/sales is 1.94.
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HEIA’s price/forward earnings is 20.80.
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HEIA’s price/book is 2.85.
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HEIA’s beta can be found in Trading Information at the top of this page.
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