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Fri, Oct 18 2019

UPDATE 2-Zero-sugar sodas, smaller soft drink cans drive Coca-Cola revenue beat

Oct 18 Coca-Cola Co beat Wall Street estimates for quarterly revenue on Friday as customers took to smaller-sized cans of its sodas, including Coca-Cola Zero Sugar, prompting the beverage maker to give an upbeat forecast for 2019.

Coca-Cola's quarterly sales tops Wall Street expectations

Oct 18 Coca-Cola Co beat Wall Street expectations for quarterly sales on Friday, boosted by demand for zero-sugar sodas and Coca-Cola Plus Coffee.

UPDATE 2-Singapore to ban sugary drink ads in fight against diabetes

SINGAPORE, Oct 10 Singapore will ban advertisements of certain fizzy drinks and juices, its health ministry said on Thursday, part of a raft of measures to curb consumption of sugar in the city-state, which has some of the world's highest diabetes rates.

Coca-Cola HBC buys Italian premium mineral water maker Lurisia

(This September 18 story has been refiled to clarify second paragraph.)

REFILE-Coca-Cola HBC buys Italian premium mineral water maker Lurisia

MILAN, Sept 18 Coca-Cola HBC, which bottles Coca-Cola products in Europe, has agreed to buy Italian mineral water maker and sparkling beverage company Lurisia in a deal worth 88 million euros ($97 million), it said on Wednesday.

Coca-Cola HBC buys Italian premium mineral water maker Lurisia

MILAN Coca-Cola HBC , which bottles Coca-Cola products in Europe, has agreed to buy Italian mineral water maker and sparkling beverage company Lurisia in a deal worth 88 million euros ($97 million), it said on Wednesday.

Coca-Cola HBC profit falls short on costs, tough European market

Swiss-based soft drink bottler Coca-Cola HBC's first-half operating profit missed analyst expectations on Thursday, dragged down by higher costs, sluggish growth in its established markets and an unseasonable cool start to the European summer.

Coca-Cola's coffee and zero sugar soda mix lifts 2019 goals, shares

Coca-Cola Co beat second-quarter earnings expectations and raised its organic revenue forecast for the full year thanks to higher sales of its zero-sugar sodas, soft drinks with new flavors and ready-to-drink coffees. | Video

US STOCKS SNAPSHOT-Coke, United Technologies results boost Wall St

NEW YORK, July 23 The S&P 500 and Nasdaq approached record highs on Tuesday, lifted by upbeat quarterly earnings reports from Coca-Cola Co and United Technologies Corp.

US STOCKS-Upbeat earnings from Coca-Cola, United Tech lift Wall Street

* Indexes up: Dow 0.20%, S&P 0.25%, Nasdaq 0.03% (Updates to afternoon)

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