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The Company is the marketer, producer and distributor of bottle and can nonalcoholic beverages.
CCE is NOT Coca Cola - it is actually the third largest bottler by volume for Coca Cola (according to Morningstar). The company's current agreements are through 2020, and at least through that period this stock should at minimum perform in step with Coca Cola (KO) (Google Finance allows one to plot both stocks against each other - beside the financial crisis, they have followed similar tracks). Two major things I feel benefit CCE over KO - (1) number one supplier in Europe, I believe that may be holding this down right due to the European crisis, even though people are still buying their products and (2) number of shares have been decreasing with per shares values on the rise. I feel this company will easily outperform both the S&P and KO through 2020.
It's Coca Cola! with dividends.
Everyone talks about The Coca-Cola Company, but what about Coca-Cola Enterprises? The bottling operation is just as important as is the concentrate/advertising arm of Coca-Cola..The merger with TCCC and Enterprises resulted in a 5 year agreement that concentrate prices track revenue/case, so for the next 5 years there is not too much risk of expenditures getting out of hand. Revenue should increase as Coca-Cola volume keeps on increasing. Fundamentals are good and the stock is relatively cheap. Good buy.
Been here forever and wont be leaving anytime soon. Great company and a great investment.
This is THE only soft drink provider for all of Europe. The CEO has been around drinks for 20+ years, was involved with Inbev's boom worldwide, and is taking CCE up.
Seems like a bargain now.
Influence in foreign markets
pepper will help coke
As long as they got a dollar, they need their coca cola.
not in favor of the moneyed
Good consumer staple and execution on business plan. Look for it to return to the lower 20's in price. Waiting for a weaker dollar...
gonna go up
So far in 2008, insiders have been buying this stock like they're stocking up. In the last 5 years, insiders have purchased an average of 10,000 shares, but so far in 2008, they've purchased a little over 100k shares. Obviously the insiders know something and if they're willing to put their money on the line, then I think it's a good bet.
long term great dividends
The chief financial officer of soda bottler Coca-Cola Enterprises Inc. bought 5,000 shares of common stock, according to a Securities and Exchange Commission filing Thursday.In a Form 4 filed with the SEC, William W. Douglas III reported he bought the shares for $22.69 apiece.Insiders file Form 4s with the SEC to report transactions in their companies' shares. Open market purchases and sales must be reported within two business days of the transaction.Coca-Cola Enterprises is based in Atlanta.
I know absolutely nothing but I like Coke!
This stock is priced nicely with strong debt, return, and management numbers.
Coca-Cola Ent. is currently underpriced at it's P/E of 13 - It's the market leader with strong managment and should expect appreciation of 33-50 over the next 2-3 years.
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