Danes may hold up glasses to recession fears - Carlsberg shares up

Jonathan Boyd
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Increasing signals of a pending recession and febrile analysis on the risk that this could come to pass globally has put a spotlight on the sorts of companies that tend to outperform in periods of economic uncertainty, which in Denmark's case has seen a continued rise in the share price of brewer Carlsberg through the year so far. As of 15 August, the investor relations section of the company's website reported that Carlsberg B shares were up some 37% YTD, with the A shares up 35% on the Copenhagen exchange.  This reflects a generally positive performance with its peers. InBev is up s...

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Jonathan Boyd
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Jonathan Boyd

Editorial Director of Open Door Media Publishing Ltd, and Editor of InvestmentEurope.