Shares of Coca-Cola Company (The) (KO) ended the trading day Monday at $52.68,
representing a move of 0.02%, or $0.01 per share, on volume of 13.18 million shares.
Coca-Cola is the largest nonalcoholic beverage entity in the world, owning and marketing some of the leading carbonated beverage brands, such as Coke, Fanta, and Sprite, as well as nonsparkling brands, such as Minute Maid, Georgia Coffee, and Glaceau. Operationally, the firm focuses its manufacturing efforts early in the supply chain, making the concentrate (or beverage bases) for its drinks that are then processed and distributed by its network of more than 100 bottlers. Concentrate operations represented 85% of the company’s unit case volume in 2018. Coca-Cola recently expanded its presence in the hot-beverage market through its acquisition of Costa, a leading coffee company in the United Kingdom. The firm generates most of its revenue internationally.
After opening the trading day at $52.95, shares of Coca-Cola Company (The) traded between a range of $52.20 and $53.17. Coca-Cola Company (The) currently has a total float of 4.3 billion
shares and on average sees n/a shares exchange hands each day.
The stock now has a 50-day SMA of $n/a and 200-day SMA of $n/a, and it has a high of $60.14 and low of $36.28 over the last year.
Coca-Cola Company (The) is based out of Atlanta, GA, and has 86,200 employees. The company’s CEO is James Robert Quincey.
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