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Constellation Brands Inc Class A STZ Stock Quote

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Constellation Brands' Demand Strong; Inflation Headwinds Should Be Largely Transitory

Jaime M. Katz Senior Equity Analyst

Business Strategy and Outlook

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While Constellation Brands historically made its bones as a winery and distillery, we now view the firm as one of the most stellar brewers across our global coverage. After parlaying AB InBev’s antitrust quandary (allowing it to acquire Mexican brewer Grupo Modelo) into exclusive U.S. ownership rights to brands like Corona and Modelo, we see the firm’s overall Mexican beer portfolio as auspiciously situated at the confluence of unwavering secular and demographic trends. With an enviable growth profile and best of breed margins, we have confidence that the beer business can thrive even amid an evolving industry landscape.

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Constellation Brands is the largest multi-category alcohol supplier in the U.S. The business is anchored by a portfolio of Mexican beer trademarks, including Corona and Modelo, for which it acquired exclusive and perpetual U.S. ownership from AB InBev. The latter had to divest these rights due to antitrust mandates as it consummated its 2013 acquisition of dominant Mexican brewer, Grupo Modelo. Constellation’s wine/spirits business has recently transitioned, divesting several lower-margin assets, including myriad wine brands and its Ballast Point craft beer brand. The firm imports most products after manufacturing them abroad, going to market through independent wholesalers. It owns 36% of Canopy Growth, a leading provider of medicinal and recreational cannabis products.

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207 High Point Drive, Building 100, Victor
New York, NY, 14564
Industry Beverages - Wineries & Distilleries
Employees 10,000

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FAQs for Constellation Brands Inc Class A Stock

Yes. STZ has a forward dividend yield of 1.30%. See STZ’s full dividends and stock split history on the Dividend tab.
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STZ’s market cap is 44.64 Bil.
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STZ’s stock style is Large Core.
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STZ’s price/sales is 4.90.
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STZ’s price/forward earnings is 19.30.
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STZ’s price/book is 4.84.
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STZ’s beta can be found in Trading Information at the top of this page.
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