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Molson Coors Canada Inc (TPXb.TO)

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Molson Coors Q2 earnings per share $1.49
Wednesday, 2 Aug 2017 

Aug 2 (Reuters) - Molson Coors Brewing Co :Molson Coors reports 2017 second quarter results.Q2 non-GAAP earnings per share $1.66.Q2 earnings per share $1.49.Molson Coors Brewing Co - ‍on track to deliver full-year business plans and cost savings​.Molson Coors Brewing Co - qtrly ‍worldwide brand volume increased 2.3% to 26.4 million HL​.Q2 earnings per share view $2.13 -- Thomson Reuters I/B/E/S.Molson Coors Brewing Co - qtrly net sales $3,091.3 million versus $3,109.2 million.Q2 revenue view $3.10 billion -- Thomson Reuters I/B/E/S.Molson Coors - ‍during Q2, recorded non-core net charges of $42.3 million, driven by unrealized mark-to-market losses on commodity hedges & integration costs​.Molson Coors - ‍during Q2, recognized net special charge of $16.5 million, driven by charges related to closure of breweries in U.S., Europe, Canada.  Full Article

Molson Coors and Hornell Brewing sign licensing deal for Arnold Palmer Spiked Half & Hal
Wednesday, 12 Jul 2017 

July 12 (Reuters) - Molson Coors Brewing Co :Molson Coors And Hornell Brewing Co., Inc., an affiliate of Arizona beverages, sign licensing agreement for new Arnold Palmer Spiked half & half.Molson Coors Brewing Co - terms of agreement were not disclosed.Molson Coors Brewing Co - Molson Coors to market, distribute Arnold Palmer Spiked Half & Half in United States through its US division, MillerCoors.Molson Coors Brewing Co - Arnold Palmer Spiked Half & Half will be introduced later in 2017 in select markets.  Full Article

Ontario's abrupt move to end beer sales contract threatens investments

TORONTO, June 6 The Ontario government on Thursday passed legislation to end a contract with a beer retailer in Canada's most populous province calling it a monopoly, but business lobby groups say the abrupt cancellation discourages investment.

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