US: Constellation hit by charges in Q2
The US wine group, Constellation Brands, posted a 28% fall in net income for the second quarter as a result of restructuring and other charges. While sales were boosted by 32% thanks to the company's acquisition of Australian wine company, BRL Hardy, net income fell from US$49.5m, or 53 cents a share, to US$34.7m, or 34 cents a share, in the quarter to the end of August.
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