News: Heineken NV (HEIN.AS)

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Wet European summer dampens Heineken beer sales

BRUSSELS - Heineken , the world's third-largest beer maker, reported lower than expected sales in the third quarter as Europeans drank less during a wet summer, but kept its forecast of improved profitability this year.

UPDATE 2-Wet European summer dampens Heineken beer sales

* Volumes lower in west, east Europe, sharply up in Asia-Pacific

European shares inch up, earnings help lift sentiment

PARIS, Oct 22 - European shares inched higher in early trading on Wednesday, extending the previous session's sharp gains, with a raft of positive corporate results from companies including ABB and Husqvarna lifting sentiment.

Heineken reports surprise decline in beer sales on damp Europe

BRUSSELS, Oct 22 - Heineken, the world's third largest brewer, reported lower than expected beer sales in the third quarter as wet weather reduced drinking in Europe, but retained its full-year outlook.

BRIEF-Heineken maintains full-year outlook

* Group revenue +0.7 pct organically, with group revenue per hectolitre up 0.9 pct

SABMiller beer sale trend worsens in second quarter

LONDON - Poor summer weather in China hit SABMiller's lager sales in the second quarter, though higher prices and a jump in soft drink sales helped boost revenues at the world's second biggest beer maker.

Nigerian Breweries wins approval to merge with rival firm

LAGOS, Oct 13 - Nigerian Breweries (NB) said on Monday it won regulatory approval to merge its operations with rival Consolidated Breweries, majority owned by its parent firm Heineken.

SABMiller says Heineken bid was not defensive move

LONDON - SABMiller boss Alan Clark said on Monday there was no truth in speculation the brewer's interest in buying Dutch rival Heineken was a defensive move aimed at protecting itself from being taken over.

UPDATE 1-SABMiller says Heineken bid was not defensive move

LONDON, Oct 6 - SABMiller boss Alan Clark said on Monday there was no truth in speculation the brewer's interest in buying Dutch rival Heineken was a defensive move aimed at protecting itself from being taken over.

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