The shares of SABMiller (LSE: SAB) jumped 137p to 3,175p during early trade this morning after the drinks group said its revenue had advanced by 4% during the six months to 30 September.
The FTSE 100 member, which owns brands such as Grolsch, Peroni and Pilsner, confirmed volumes had advanced by 2% during the half-year, with lager up 1% and soft drinks up 5%.
The blue chip also said its second-quarter revenues had gained 6% versus a 2% uplift experienced during the first quarter.
SABMiller reported mixed sales performances throughout its first half.
Sales climbed 5% in Latin America, 7%…