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Tuesday, April 16


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Heineken (N100:HEIA) social chatter is higher than usual

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That other party is using shisa nyamas and entertainment events to launder money for election campaigns, find a half empty place selling Heineken at R20 and having an AKA or Maphorisa performing... numbers just don't add up

Wednesday, April 03


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Hold my beer: how it all went wrong for Heineken in Africa

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The Dutch beer brewer is responsible for Amstel, Tiger, Desperados, Foster’s and Strongbow in Europe, as well as the Heineken brand itself. Lauded in 2013 by Heineken CEO Jean-François van Boxmeer as “the international business world’s best kept secret,” Africa is central to the company’s success. The company had been an “ardent supporter of a ‘white bloc’ of southern African countries including [apartheid-era] South Africa.” The picture was no better in Sierra Leone, Rwanda, Nigeria and Burundi, where collusion with bad regimes has been the norm. Heineken in Africa is an almost perfect case study of what can go wrong when globalisation is unleashed in markets with huge financial potential but without the regulatory frameworks present in more stable parts of the world.

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Monday, March 25


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Leinster VS Ulster 2 Tickets to the game 4 Pints of @Heineken_IE 2 Match Day Burgers 1 #MatchDaySorted Follow & RT for a chance to win. Winner announced lunch time this Friday! https://t.co/WbX8u9VK5j

Wednesday, March 20


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GoodFuels powers first inland vessel on 100% sustainable biofuel for Heineken

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Dutch biofuel producer GoodFuels has fuelled the first inland vessel from Combined Cargo Terminals (CCT) with 100% sustainable biofuel, the company has announced. Together with partner REINPLUS FIWADO Bunker, GoodFuels has demonstrated up to a 90% reduction in carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions, compared to fossil fuels, on the ‘For Ever’ vessel for Dutch beer company Heineken. The fuel used to power the ‘For Ever’ consists of 50% blend and 100% sustainable biofuel, and builds on an earlier successful pilot with the brewer in which a 30% blend was used. “The logistical process is an important part of our sustainability ambition as well, and together with our partners Nedcargo and GoodFuels we are now taking an important step to realising a green corridor between our brewery in Zoeterwoude and the Port of Rotterdam, from where we transport our beer around the world.”.

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Tuesday, March 19


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Morgan Stanley Institutional Global Franchise Fund Buys Baxter International Inc, Heineken NV

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- By insider Investment company Morgan Stanley Institutional Global Franchise Fund buys Baxter International Inc, Heineken NV during the 3-months ended 2018Q4, according to the most recent filings of the investment company, Morgan Stanley Institutional Global Franchise Fund. As of 2018Q4, Morgan Stanley Institutional Global Franchise Fund owns 31 stocks with a total value of $1.3 billion. Added Positions: BAX, HEIA, RB., SAP, MSFT, V, ACN, ULVR, FOXA, PM, FOX, ABT, ADP, OR, BATS, DHR, REL, EXPN, FIS, NKE, KO, FDS, MCO, RI, CPR, BDX. Reduced Positions: REN, CLX, ZTS, CHD. For the details of MS Global Franchise Fund's stock buys and sells, go to https://www.gurufocus.com/guru/ms+global+franchise+fund/current-portfolio/portfolio. Unilever PLC (ULVR) - 1,342,309 shares, 5.41% of the total portfolio.

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HEINEKEN announces 'Every Drop' water ambition for 2030

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Amsterdam, 19 March 2019 - HEINEKEN today announced its 2030 water vision in support of United Nations Sustainable Development Goal 6, dedicated to water protection. "The world needs to pay more attention to water," said Jean-François van Boxmeer, Chairman of the Executive Board/CEO of HEINEKEN. These areas need to be considered holistically with the aim of having the highest impact on the health of the watershed and the communities around it. While the company will continue to focus on lowering its usage of water by improving water efficiency in its operations, greater focus will be placed on water circularity (the reuse and recovery of water), and water replenishment and collaboration. While there is much work ahead to fulfil its vision, HEINEKEN can build on experiences acquired in the last decade. Today HEINEKEN is already undertaking water-balancing programmes in several water stressed areas across the world. For instance in Spain, 1 billion litres of water are restored yearly through a wetland restoration program in Doñana, in southern Spain.

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Thursday, March 14


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Heineken opens first $100m brewery in Mozambique

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Heineken has opened its first brewery in Mozambique following a US$100m investment. Located in the province of Maputo, between the Marracuene and Manhiça districts, the brewery will have a production capacity of 0.8 million hectolitres. It recently started to brew Txilar, a new beer specially made for Mozambican consumers made using local maize grown in Catandica district in the central province of Manica, and will also continue to produce international brands including Heineken, Amstel, Sagres and Strongbow. “We believe in Mozambique,” said Jean-François van Boxmeer, chairman of the executive board/CEO of Heineken N.V. “The population is young and vibrant, the middle-class is growing and living increasingly in cities, the economic perspectives are encouraging and the beer market has a great potential to grow.

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Wednesday, March 13


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HEINEKEN opens first brewery in Mozambique, a US$100 million investment

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Amsterdam, 13 March 2019 - HEINEKEN officially opened its first brewery in the district of Maputo, Mozambique on 13 March in the presence of His Excellency Filipe Nyusi, the President of the Republic of Mozambique. HEINEKEN was represented by Mrs. Charlene de Carvalho-Heineken and Mr. Michel de Carvalho, Executive Members of the Board of Directors of Heineken Holding N.V., as well as Mr. Jean-François van Boxmeer, Chairman of the Executive Board and CEO of Heineken N.V., Mr. Roland Pirmez, President for the Africa, Middle East and Eastern Europe region and Mr. Nuno Simes, HEINEKEN Mozambique`s General Manager. HEINEKEN started its activities in Mozambique late 2016 through a sales and marketing office, importing international brands including Heineken®, Amstel, Sagres and Strongbow to offer more choice to Mozambican consumers. Today, just over two years later, HEINEKEN is very proud to reach this milestone of the opening of its new brewery in Mozambique.

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Saturday, March 09


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Heineken N V/S ADR (HEINY)’s Moving Averages Under the Microscope

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Moving Averages are oft-used technical indicators that clean up price action by filtering out all of the random price fluctuations. There are two basic Moving Averages: the simple moving average (SMA), which is the simple average of a security over a defined number of time, and the exponential moving average (EMA), which gives more prominence to recent pricing. Heineken N V/S ADR (HEINY) opened at $50.18, reaching a high of $50.49 and touching a low of $50.08 during trading. Heineken N V/S ADR (HEINY)’s long-term signal, based on the average of where the price lies in reference to the common interpretation of the long-term studies, is 100% Buy.

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