Coca-Cola (KO) and PepsiCo (PEP), the two largest global beverage companies, have traditionally been considered strong dividend stocks. Both companies are included in the S&P Dividend Aristocrats List, and their stock prices are resilient enough to hold up during a financial downturn.
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$2.15 billion cash payment by Coca-Cola to buy 16.7% Monster Energy stake. Deal enables Coke to flourish in energy business and Monster to have global distribution access. Sharp increase in stock prices after announcement: MNST (NASDAQ) US$93.9 +21.84 (+30.48%). Read in detail at: http://rglr.in/43918
Coca-Cola (KO) Stock Collapses, Foreign Exchange Dents Quarterly Sales, Jim Cramer's Take ByU-Jin LeeFollow | 10/21/15 Coca-Cola (KO) shares are tumbling on Wednesday after the beverage maker reported its third quarter fiscal 2015 financial results. Earnings beat, revenue fell short of estimates.