Coke Shares Split: Should Investors Care?
Jul 25th 2012 2:37PM
Updated Jul 26th 2012 12:58PM
Today, analysts Andrew Tonner and Austin Smith discuss the news that Coca-Cola is set to split its shares. Although the news generates headlines on the signs of "bullish management," Austin thinks the news will be a non-issue. He worries about commodity price pressure and loves the company's growth in emerging markets.
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