UK: CSFB downgrades Heineken

By | 28 May 2003

The investment bank, Credit Suisse First Boston, has cut its rating on the Dutch brewing force, Heineken, from "neutral" to "underperform". The bank said short term growth expectations were too high for the brewer.

CSFB said the risks of a weak dollar and softer US import sales had yet to factored in.

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