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Carlsberg Reports Q3 Total Organic Volume Growth Of 2.4%
Carlsberg Enters Agreement With Bitburger Braugruppe To Acquire Wernesgrüner Brewery
Carlsberg Adjustment of 2020 Earnings Expectations
Carlsberg A/S is a Denmark-based company active within the brewing industry. It is primarily engaged in the production, marketing and sale of beer and soft drinks. The Company’s portfolio consists of a range of beer and cider brands, including Carlsberg, Kronenbourg, Baltika, Somersby, Holsten, Tuborg, Lav and Lvivske, among others. Its operations are divided in geographical segments: Western Europe, Eastern Europe and Asia. The Company is also present in a number of markets where it does not operate its own breweries, through license business and export. Additionally, the Company has interests in development and sales of real estate. It operates through numerous subsidiaries in Europe and Asia, including Carlsberg Danmark A/S, Carlsberg Sverige AB, Carlsberg Bulgaria AD, Baltika Breweries OAO and Carlsberg Brewery Hong Kong Ltd, among others.
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Non-Independent Chairman of the Supervisory Board
Cees 't Hart
Chief Executive Officer, Member of the Executive Committee, Member of the Executive Board
Lars Fruergaard Joergensen
Independent Deputy Chairman of the Supervisory Board
Chief Financial Officer, Member of the Executive Board, Member of the Executive Committee
Graham James Fewkes
Executive Vice President, Asia, Member of the Executive Committee
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Danish brewer Carlsberg <CARLb.CO> posted third-quarter underlying sales that beat expectations on Tuesday and raised its full-year earnings guidance thanks to strong sales in Russia and China.
Danish brewer Carlsberg <CARLb.CO> on Thursday raised its full-year earnings expectations after positive momentum last month, buoyed by solid sales in Eastern Europe and an improved outlook in China.
Danish brewer Carlsberg <CARLb.CO> said on Thursday it expected operating profit to fall by as much as 15% this year as lockdowns will hurt sales in the second half in key markets of China and Western Europe, sending its shares more than 5% down.
Danish brewer Carlsberg said on Friday it expects a smaller than forecast drop in first-half operating profit as its key Chinese market rebounded strongly during the second quarter, sending its shares up 5%.
Danish brewer Carlsberg posted a 15% drop in second-quarter sales on Friday but said its key Chinese market had rebounded strongly during the quarter.
Carlsberg <CARLb.CO> said on Thursday worse is still to come after a 7% decline in first quarter sales, as increased beer sales in supermarkets failed to balance the closure of bars and restaurants during the coronavirus lockdown.
* CHINESE BEER MARKET RECOVERING SLOWLY AS MOST BARS, RESTAURANTS REMAIN CLOSED; TOO EARLY TO DRAW CONCLUSIONS ABOUT A RECOVERY FURTHER COMPANY COVERAGE: (Reporting by Jacob Gronholt-Pedersen)
* BEER VOLUME SALES DECLINED BY 20% IN CHINA IN Q1, SIGNIFICANTLY BIGGER FALL THAN OTHER MARKETS
Carlsberg said on Thursday sales fell 7% in the first quarter with a further decline expected this quarter, as increased beer sales in supermarkets failed to balance the closure of bars and restaurants during the coronavirus lockdown.
Carlsberg <CARLb.CO> said on Thursday it has expanded its cost-cutting programme and suspended outlook as beer drinkers under lockdown in key European markets opt for cheaper beers.
Carlsberg, the world's third biggest brewer, said on Thursday it has expanded its cost-cutting programme and suspended guidance for 2020 as a result of uncertainty related to the coronavirus outbreak in key markets.
Carlsberg is looking to resolve a commercial dispute with its joint venture partner in India, an executive said on Monday, amid a internal probe into the firm's local sales practices that sparked a boardroom battle and concerns from its auditor.
Empty Chinese streets and karaoke bars will hit short-term sales in Carlsberg's <CARLb.CO> biggest market, but the Danish brewer said on Tuesday it was not changing its forecast or strategy for China as a result of the coronavirus outbreak.
Danish brewer Carlsberg on Tuesday reported operating profit before special items for the second half of the year that was broadly in line with expectations and said it expects to deliver mid-single-digit organic operating profit growth in 2020.
Danish brewer Carlsberg <CARLb.CO> on Thursday reported third quarter sales topped forecasts thanks to a strong performance in Asia and said it had agreed to buy the rest of a Cambodian brewery that it does not already own.
Danish brewer Carlsberg <CARLb.CO> revised upwards its annual profit growth outlook on Monday, saying it now expects organic operating profit to rise by around 10% versus a previous forecast for a "high single-digit" percentage increase.
Danish brewer Carlsberg revised up its annual growth outlook on Monday, saying it now expects operating profit to rise by around 10% against a previous high single-digit estimate.
Danish brewer Carlsberg <CARLb.CO> posted a solid rise in half-year sales thanks to Asian markets, where consumers are trading up from mainstream beers to pricier premium brands, lifting its shares 5 percent on Thursday.
Danish brewer Carlsberg on Thursday reported a 9 percent jump in first-quarter sales, partly buoyed by Asian drinkers switching to more expensive beers.
Danish brewer Carlsberg has bought a minority stake in Chinese micro brewery Jing-A, the company said on Friday.
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