The Coca-Cola Company (KO) reported strong Q2 figures as demand bounces back for its beverages as theaters, restaurants, and stadiums reopen. Revenue in Coca-Cola’s North America business increased 28% in the second quarter as public venues reopened and restrictions eased out across the United States, as citizens got vaccinated.
The beverage giant expects annual organic revenue to grow 12% to 14%, in comparison to its prior forecast of a high single digits increase. Annual adjusted earnings per share are expected to rise 13% to 15%, compared with a prior forecast of a high single-digit to low double digits increase. Net revenue increased 42% to $10.1 billion in the second quarter ending July 2. The company had reported a 28% drop in total net revenues in the year-ago quarter due to the pandemic-driven lockdowns.
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