Analyst Review on Beam Inc. and Diageo plc - Economy Takes Toll on Alcohol Sales

Tue Nov 13, 2012 8:20am EST

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  CHICAGO, IL, Nov 13 (Marketwire) -- 
Today's Free Analyst Review - Beam Inc. (NYSE: BEAM) and Diageo plc

    Weak economic conditions have taken their toll on the typically recession
resistant alcoholic beverage market. Larger companies like Beam Inc. and
Diageo plc have been able to handle the downturn better though. Access
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    The highly competitive alcoholic beverage market has prompted many
companies to ramp up promotional spending. Short-term profitability will
likely be affected but several companies within the industry could be
well positioned to capture greater market shares and grow long-term
revenues by being aggressive now. Patient investors could be rewarded for
hanging onto shares of companies currently increasing spending efforts.
Our financial analysis on Diageo plc can be accessed at

    The down economy has been especially trying for many smaller beverage
producers, sparking increased acquisition activity. Many large companies
have seized opportunities to quickly expand their offerings and better
penetrate new markets by acquiring them at bargain prices. The rapidly
growing Indian, Brazilian and Chinese markets are currently drawing a lot
of attention from beverage companies. Beam Inc. financial analysis is
available for free at 

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