Quarterly earnings Coca-cola

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Quarterly earnings Coca-cola

  1. THE COCA- COLA COMPANY Quarterly earnings 2008 Silvie De Geyter
  2. INTRODUCTION The world’s largest beverage company 500 sparkling and still brands Serving in more than 200 countries
  3. GENERAL GROWTH Worldwide growth: 4Q: 4% Full year: 5%
  4. EUROPE sales, positive pricing •Concentrate currency •Positive investment to support key initiatives •Continuing beverages increased 1 percent •sparkling Coca-Cola growth of 1 percent •Trademark beverages increased 11 percent for the year, led by •Still solid performance across the portfolio
  5. BOTTLING INVESTMENTS Unit case volume: on a distance compensated by organic growth •Bottling for acquisitions compensated by bottling on a distance •Benefit Net revenues: currency •Neutral of structural changes •Benefit Operating income: of supply chain •Benefits to improve market execution •Investments
  6. NET OPERATING REVENUES Net operating revenues Net operating revenues decreased 3%: increased 11%: •4% increase in •4% increase in concentrate sales concentrate sales •4% favorable impact from •3% favorable impact from pricing and mix pricing and mix •4% decrease from •4% positive currency structural changes impact (bottling in a long distance) •7% negative currency impact
  7. COST OF GOODS SOLD Cost of goods -3% for the quarter -9% for the year Concentrate sales -4% -3% Negative currency -6% -4% Structural changes +7% -2%
  8. GLOBAL CHANGES results for the quarter and the full year •Quality long term growth despite challenging •Exceeded economic environment crisis proof, simple moments of pleasure (1,6 •Mostly billion times a day) volume and value shares •Gained flow from operations was $7.6 •Cash billion for the year, compared with $7.1 billion in the prior year, an increase of 6 percent.
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