Fomento Economico Mexican

FMX-N

NYSE:FMX

61.31
1.40 (2.34%)
Fomento Económico Mexicano, S.A.B. de C.V., doing business as FEMSA, is a Mexican multinational beverage and retail company headquartered in Monterrey, Mexico.
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September 14, 2006
The biggest beer maker in Mexico. They also own most of the logistics, trucks, convenience stores, et cetera. Margins are much better. Thinks a stock split is ready to come.
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The biggest beer maker in Mexico. They also own most of the logistics, trucks, convenience stores, et cetera. Margins are much better. Thinks a stock split is ready to come.
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April 25, 2006
A Mexican beverage company. Has done very well. The biggest Coca-Cola bottler in Mexico and they also sell Sol beer. Have diversified into convenience stores which has been very profitable.
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A Mexican beverage company. Has done very well. The biggest Coca-Cola bottler in Mexico and they also sell Sol beer. Have diversified into convenience stores which has been very profitable.
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January 18, 2006
Basically have a monopoly in Latin America. They not only own the processing plants, they own the trucks, logistics, distribution network and all the landing areas which are convenience stores for both Coca-Cola and their beer markets.
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Basically have a monopoly in Latin America. They not only own the processing plants, they own the trucks, logistics, distribution network and all the landing areas which are convenience stores for both Coca-Cola and their beer markets.
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November 3, 2005
(A Top Pick June 28/05. Up 16%.) Given a 4% GDP growth in Mexico, his valuation on this stock is much higher than what it is today. Still a buy.
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(A Top Pick June 28/05. Up 16%.) Given a 4% GDP growth in Mexico, his valuation on this stock is much higher than what it is today. Still a buy.
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June 28, 2005
Has about 50% of the Mexican beer market, but also has about 8,000 convenience stores. Capital income in Mexico is rising and retail is really rising along with margins. Valuation is somewhere between $65 and $85.
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Has about 50% of the Mexican beer market, but also has about 8,000 convenience stores. Capital income in Mexico is rising and retail is really rising along with margins. Valuation is somewhere between $65 and $85.
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June 17, 2003
Good growth potential. Margins are good.
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Good growth potential. Margins are good.
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December 3, 2002
Good margins at 10/12%. Stock is cheap.
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Good margins at 10/12%. Stock is cheap.
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High growth. Good dividend.
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July 30, 2002
(Was a top pick on Apr 3. Down 15.6%.) Still likes. Hit with a large sugar tax. Increased their dividend.
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(Was a top pick on Apr 3. Down 15.6%.) Still likes. Hit with a large sugar tax. Increased their dividend.
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April 4, 2002
At a good price. Buying into a growing demographic. 13 X earnings. Solid dividends. $6 free cash flow.
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At a good price. Buying into a growing demographic. 13 X earnings. Solid dividends. $6 free cash flow.
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Revenues are growing at 15%.
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February 8, 2002
(Was a top pick on Nov 23 up 20%) Still likes.
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(Was a top pick on Nov 23 up 20%) Still likes.
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January 28, 2002
Ata very good value at 13 X earnings. Big growth.
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Ata very good value at 13 X earnings. Big growth.
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December 14, 2001
Tax increase on beverages will be a small amount. Mexicos peso is on the rise.
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Tax increase on beverages will be a small amount. Mexicos peso is on the rise.
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December 7, 2001
Should do well even in a poor economic environment.
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Should do well even in a poor economic environment.
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