Nigerian Breweries PLC (NB)

Lagos
47.90
+0.90(+1.91%)
  • Volume:
    7,685,307
  • Bid/Ask:
    47.05/47.90
  • Day's Range:
    47.00 - 47.90
  • Type:Equity
  • Market:Nigeria
  • ISIN:NGNB00000005

NB News

Prev. Close
47
Day's Range
47-47.9
Revenue
394.49B
Open
47
52 wk Range
42.55-65
EPS
3.48
Volume
7,685,307
Market Cap
386.83B
Dividend (Yield)
0.94
(3.35%)
Average Volume (3m)
933,354
P/E Ratio
25.29
Beta
1.04
1-Year Change
-2.64%
Shares Outstanding
8,075,831,900
Next Earnings Date
26 Oct 2021
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Nigerian Breweries PLC Company Profile

Nigerian Breweries PLC Company Profile

Employees
2990
Market
Nigeria

Nigerian Breweries Plc is a Nigeria-based brewing company. The Company is engaged in brewing, marketing and selling of lager, stout, non-alcoholic malt drinks and soft drinks. The Company's brands include Star lager beer; Gulder lager beer; Maltina, which is a nourishing malt drink; Legend Extra Stout; Amstel Malta; Heineken lager beer; Maltina Sip-it; Fayrouz, which is a non-alcoholic soft drink; Climax, a herbal energy drink; Goldberg lager; Malta Gold; Life Continental lager; Ace Passion; Star Lite and Star Radler, among others. Its products include 33 Export lager beer, Williams dark ale, Turbo Kings dark ale, More lager beer, malt drinks, Maltex and Hi Malt. It also offers apple cider, Strongbow (Gold Apple); Star Triple X; Ace Roots, and Ace Rhythm. It operates over 10 breweries and approximately two malting plants in Aba and Kaduna. It also focuses on ancillary business, which includes manufacturing cans, labels, cartons and bottles. It also has an export business.

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    • I expect greater investors confidence in foods and beverages sector with this pandemic. Nigerian breweries has also done a lot of public shows by supporting governments in the fight against this disease. this also lends credibility to their CSR commitment registered in the heart of the public. what else can encourage an investor more than the idea of long stay in business?
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