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The head of a US-based finance group has tipped Anheuser-Busch InBev to be a good bet for investors in 2009. 

Chad Brand, head of Peridot Capital Management, said this week that Anhseuser-Busch InBev represented a "potentially attractive bargain pick" in 2009.

Writing in Business Week's 2009 Investment Outlook issue and also on the financial website SeekingAlpha, Brand expressed confidence in the new super brewer's ability to pay back loans raised by InBev to fund the US$52bn deal.

He added that: "Beer sales worldwide are not going to be dramatically affected by the global recession and lower commodity prices could even help boost margins as input costs decline."

Brand said that, providing the brewer could achieve its projected cost savings, annual operating profit could reach EUR8bn.

Peridot held long shares in A-B InBev at the time of writing.


Sectors: Beer & cider

Companies: Anheuser-Busch InBev

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