- Last Close 76.18
- Sector Consumer Defensive
- Industry Beverages - Non-Alcoholic
- Investment Style Large Blend
- Day Range 74.39 – 76.94
- Year Range 50.21 – 77.01
- Market Cap 15.8152 Bil
- Volume / Avg 120,169.0 / 215,544.0
- Price / Sales 1.37
- Price / Book 2.50
- Forward Div Yield 3.57%
- Trailing Div Yield 3.62%
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Company Profile KOF
Coca-Cola Femsa, a subsidiary of Femsa, is the largest franchise bottler of The Coca-Cola Company (TCCC) by volume. The firm primarily purchases beverage concentrates from TCCC, which it processes and packages, and then distributes the finished trademark beverages to on- and off-premises retailers. While Mexico and Brazil are Coca-Cola Femsa's most important markets, generating roughly 80% of volume, the firm operates in other Central and South American countries, including Panama, Guatemala, Uruguay, and Argentina. The equity value of the firm is divvied up between Femsa (which owns series A shares), TCCC (series D), and the public, holding 47%, 28%, and 25% economic interests, respectively. Series A and D shares control 89% of the voting rights and are not publicly listed.
Ciudad de Mexico, DF, 05348, MEX
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FAQs for Coca-Cola Femsa SAB de CV ADR Stock
Yes. KOF has a forward dividend yield of 3.57%.
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KOF’s market cap is 15.82 Bil.
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KOF’s price/sales is 1.37.
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KOF’s price/forward earnings is 15.75.
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KOF’s price/book is 2.50.
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