Molson Coors Brewing Company (NYSE:TAP) Up On Back Of U.S Jobs Data Release

Denver, CO, 06/11/2014 (Stocksntrade) – Molson Coors Brewing Company (NYSE:TAP) saw its share price go upwards by a huge 5.36 percent during trading on 10th June on the back of positive news emerging from its operations in U.S and across its other key market regions. These positive developments include the increase in its sales from the international market, followed by the release of better than expected ‘new jobs created in the economy’, data for the latest month.

Ground Swell Of Favourable Business Sentiment

In addition to the improving macroeconomic drivers which dictate the profitability of its business, the brewery firm has benefited from some tough cost cutting measures it had put in place over the past quarters which have started to yield results now in the form of improved profit margins.

The above developments have prompted the analysts to estimate that the Molson Coors Brewing Company (NYSE:TAP) prospects are on the verge of a spectacular upturn, since sales in its domestic U.S market is slated to go up on the back of new jobs created in the economy in addition to the anticipated surge in demand due to the FIFA Football world cup getting kick started next week.

Molson Coors Brewing Company (NYSE:TAP) which has emerged over the years as the nation’s second largest beer producing company, thanks to the popularity of its brews like Coors Light and Molson Canadian is currently trading very close to its 52 week high price point, by the strong build up in its business momentum.

Analysts Buoyant

The Denver headquartered firm has slid into a very comfortable operating and financial position over the past quarter, thanks to surge in demand for its products which has resulted in strong cash flows adding up to nearly $149 million over the first quarter of this calendar year. This has promoted a host of analysts to provide positive coverage of the stock.

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