Subject: Brexit Friday takes toll on wine, beer, spirits ... could halt growth of Calif/UK trade - Byass buys Veramonte - Take-out clobbering restaurant dine-in - In U.S., Slim Majority Confident About Financial Future -- JUNE 27, 2016 - WINE NEWS FETCH
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Brexit Friday's winners, (mostly) losers, and a luxury train wreck
The quick summary of the alcoholic beverage train wrecks:
- Constellation managed to hold losses to about 1%. Diageo and Treasury Wine Estates outperformed the overall market.
- Small caps Truett-Hurst and Crimson Wine Group had minor scratches and abrasions.
- Bud, MolsonCoors, Heineken and Brewers Alliance followed the market to the bottom.
- SABMiller truly tanked with twice the percentage loss of the overall market.
- Both Pernod Ricard shares performed worse than the market.
- LVMH wound up in the deepest part of the toilet.
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