Embotelladora Andina S.A. (AKO.B)

NYSE: AKO.B · IEX Real-Time Price · USD
-0.08 (-0.71%)
Nov 25, 2022 12:24 PM EDT - Market closed
Market Cap 1.78B
Revenue (ttm) 2.60B
Net Income (ttm) 181.57M
Shares Out 157.76M
EPS (ttm) 1.05
PE Ratio 10.70
Forward PE 8.80
Dividend $1.97 (17.56%)
Ex-Dividend Date Oct 21, 2022
Volume 892
Open 11.45
Previous Close 11.3
Day's Range 11.22 - 11.45
52-Week Range 9.63 - 14.14
Beta 0.33
Analysts Buy
Price Target 13.10 (+16.7%)
Earnings Date Oct 26, 2022

About AKO.B

Embotelladora Andina S.A., together with its subsidiaries, produces, markets, and distributes Coca-Cola trademark beverages in Chile, Brazil, Argentina, and Paraguay. It offers fruit juices, other fruit-flavored beverages, sport drinks, flavored waters, and mineral and purified water; hard seltzers; polyethylene terephthalate (PET) bottles and preforms, returnable PET bottles, cases, and plastic caps; ice tea and mate beverages, as well as sells and distributes lactose free dairy products; and seed-based beverages. The company also distributes ... [Read more]

Industry Beverages-Non-Alcoholic
Founded 1946
CEO Miguel Angel Peirano
Employees 17,354
Stock Exchange NYSE
Ticker Symbol AKO.B
Full Company Profile

Financial Performance

In 2021, AKO.B's revenue was 2.22 trillion, an increase of 30.53% compared to the previous year's 1.70 trillion. Earnings were 154.70 billion, an increase of 26.80%.

Financial numbers in CLP Financial Statements

Analyst Forecast

According to 20 analysts, the average rating for AKO.B stock is "Buy." The 12-month stock price forecast is 13.1, which is an increase of 16.65% from the latest price.

Price Target
(16.65% upside)
Analyst Consensus: Buy
Stock Forecasts


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