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SABMiller (LSE: SAB)

3,726.13 25.63 (0.69%)

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Today's Open 3,692.00p
Previous Close 3,700.50p
Daily Range 3,660.00p - 3,758.50p
52-Week Range 0.00p - 3,758.50p
Market Cap £0.00
P/E Ratio 0.00
Dividend (Yield) 0.00p (0.0%)
Volume 3,913,520
Average Daily Volume 0
Current FY EPS 0.00p



SABMiller (SAB) Description

South African brewer SABMiller is responsible for Castle lager, which dominates the South African market. The acquisition of struggling US brewer Miller in 2002 transformed the companys sales profile, while it continued its expansion plans with the purchase of Italian beer group Peroni. Website:

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