Wayfair (NYSE: W) stock has rebounded sharply off its 52-week low but still trades at a discount to peers in the retail industry. Meanwhile, Domino's Pizza (NYSE: DPZ) continues to invest in improving the customer experience, which could lead to more growth for investors. Wayfair's stock performance lately might lead investors to believe this is a struggling business not worth buying, but those investors would be missing out on a potentially wealth-building investment.
U.S. Gasoline prices fell below $4 dollar per gallon, leaving Americans with a little more cash to satisfy fast food cravings.
Value menus shot to popularity in the ‘90s after the burger wars consumed the fast-food industry. And thanks to Americans’ love for cheap eats, they’ve stuck around. WSJ’s Heather Haddon explains how inflation and supply-chain issues are changing the value menu. Illustration: Adele Morgan