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National Beverage Corp (FIZZ.OQ)

FIZZ.OQ on NASDAQ Stock Exchange Global Select Market

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24 May 2019
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Latest Key Developments (Source: Significant Developments)

National Beverage Says Revenues For Q2 Will Set A Record
Wednesday, 14 Nov 2018 

Nov 14 (Reuters) - National Beverage Corp ::REVENUES FOR ITS Q2 ENDED OCTOBER 27, WILL SET A RECORD WITH EARNINGS TO REMAIN STRONG.Q2 REVENUE VIEW $271.3 MILLION -- THOMSON REUTERS I/B/E/S.  Full Article

National Beverage Reports Qtrly EPS $0.88
Friday, 9 Mar 2018 

March 8 (Reuters) - National Beverage Corp ::WINTER QUARTER HEIGHTENS MOMENTUM DESPITE INCLEMENT WEATHER REPORTS NATIONAL BEVERAGE CORP..QTRLY EARNINGS PER SHARE $0.88.QUARTERLY REVENUE ROSE ABOUT 17 PERCENT TO $227.5 MILLION‍​.  Full Article

National Beverage Reports Qtrly EPS Of $0.72‍​
Friday, 8 Dec 2017 

Dec 8 (Reuters) - National Beverage Corp ::NATIONAL BEVERAGE CORP QTRLY EPS $0.72‍​.NATIONAL BEVERAGE CORP - QTRLY NET SALES $244.1 MILLION VERSUS $203.2 MILLION.  Full Article

National Beverage Q1 earnings per share $0.82
Friday, 8 Sep 2017 

Sept 7 (Reuters) - National Beverage Corp :Q1 revenue rose 20 percent to $260 million.Q1 earnings per share $0.82.  Full Article

National Beverage paying a special cash dividend of $1.50/shr
Friday, 4 Aug 2017 

Aug 4 (Reuters) - National Beverage Corp :Paying a special cash dividend of $1.50 per share.  Full Article

National Beverage says net sales of $212.1 mln for three months ended April 29
Friday, 14 Jul 2017 

July 14 (Reuters) - National Beverage Corp ::Says qtrly earnings per share $0.62 - SEC filing.For three months ended April 29, net sales was $212.1 million versus $179.0 million for three months ended April 30, 2016.  Full Article

UPDATE 1-LaCroix maker's CEO cries injustice, likens brands to 'handicapped'

March 8 National Beverage Corp's Chief Executive has blamed "injustice" for lower sales of its fruit-flavored LaCroix sparkling water and likened brand management to caring for a "handicapped" person.