NYSE: FMX $24 Billion Large-Cap. Consumer Staples Sector. Beverages Industry. 5 Year Return 27%. 1 Year Return 17%. 2021 YTD Return 7%. Negative 5 year, 1 year & YTD returns. 2.1% dividend yield. 34 total dividend payments. Paid Biannually. Earnings Monday. Stay tuned for the price reaction over the next couple of days!
The 52 Week Low is $53.29 set on Mon, Nov 2, 2020.
The 52 Week High is $86.67 set on Wed, Mar 4, 2020.
The All-Time High is $125.55 set on Fri, Apr 12, 2013.
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Fomento Economico Mexicano S.A.B. trades on the NYSE. FMX's market cap is 24.5 Billion.
Femsa is a holding company with controlling interests in three entities: It owns a 47% economic and 56% voting interest in Coca-Cola Femsa, while wholly owning Femsa Comercio and CB Equity. CB Equity houses a 15% stake in Heineken, while Comercio operates through three primary business units: proximity, which houses Oxxo, the largest small-format chain in the Americas, with convenience stores in Mexico and South America (including Brazil through a joint venture with Raizen); health, which operates pharmacies across a geographic footprint similar to Oxxo; and fuel, which operates retail service stations under franchisee arrangements in Mexico. Femsa also controls several other tangential businesses, including logistics services and restaurant operations, such as Specialty's in the U.S.