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News & Analysis: Monster Beverage
The energy drink company is planning more new product launches for this quarter.
The coronavirus crisis brought one of these consumer-facing companies to its knees, but the other one is already looking forward to refreshed growth.
The energy drink maker posted strong first-quarter results, and management expects limited damage from the ongoing COVID-19 health crisis.
MNST earnings call for the period ending March 31, 2020.
One minor industry player published strong preliminary results for the first quarter, and the market was bubbling upward as a whole.
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Monster Beverage, Under Armour, and iRobot all saw their stocks rebound from Thursday's big sell-off. But shares are still trading much lower than they were a few weeks ago.
The energy drink veteran faces stronger competition, as soda titan PepsiCo is buying one of Monster's leading rivals.