|Bid||0.00 x 900|
|Ask||0.00 x 900|
|Day's Range||364.57 - 375.96|
|52 Week Range||220.90 - 387.85|
|Beta (5Y Monthly)||0.36|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||35.13|
|Earnings Date||Jul. 14, 2020 - Jul. 20, 2020|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||3.12 (0.83%)|
|Ex-Dividend Date||Jun. 12, 2020|
|1y Target Est||381.87|
Popeyes chicken sales made a massive comeback and surged in May, according to a new SEC filing.
Food is a necessity, and with the global population growing by more than 200,000 every day, there are more mouths to feed than ever. This suggests the food industry will continue its growth trajectory over the long term. In the near term, the coronavirus pandemic has created unique challenges and opportunities for many companies in this crucial sector, and that's something investors in the food sector need keep an eye on.
Investors had some good reasons to expect strong operating results from Domino's (NYSE: DPZ). While the COVID-19 pandemic initially pinched its U.S. business and sent sales lower in China, the pizza delivery specialist was poised to win market share as most of its sit-down competition temporarily closed its doors to diners.
Longbow analyst Alton Stump has raised the firm's share price targets on Domino's Pizza (NYSE: DPZ) and Papa John's International (NASDAQ: PZZA) to $441 and $95, respectively, representing almost 20% upside from current prices on each. Both pizza chains have been giving interim business updates due to their notable increases in sales as people have been sheltering at home to help stem the spread of COVID-19. Domino's noted that the sales growth in its fiscal Q2 (which began on March 23) has been driven by higher demand for delivery and carryout due to COVID-19 restrictions and social distancing efforts.
Papa John’s reported same-store sales in North America surged 33.5% during the month of May, up from 26.9% in April, according to a business update released by the company Wednesday. Yahoo Finance's Heidi Chung joins Zack Guzman to discuss.
Domino's Pizza (NYSE: DPZ) is in no danger of running out of cash. The pizza delivery leader posted an operating update on Wednesday that showed surging demand through most of April and May equating to a record start to the fiscal second quarter. Rival Papa John's International said in its own filing that sales rose by over 30% through May 24.
Domino's Pizza (DPZ) reported earnings 30 days ago. What's next for the stock? We take a look at earnings estimates for some clues.
Fast food giant Taco Bell is ramping up hiring and announced today that it will be hiring 30,000 workers this summer.
The probability that U.S. restaurants will default has soared in recent weeks as a result of the devastating COVID-19 pandemic, according to S&P Global Market Intelligence.
Prime storefronts left empty by failed businesses. As the coronavirus permanently shutters some small businesses, big fast-food brands like Domino's Pizza, Chipotle and Wendy's that were doing well before the crisis want to grow - or continue pre-existing expansion plans - after the pandemic subsides. David Deno, chief executive officer of Outback Steakhouse parent company Bloomin' Brands, told Reuters in an interview that "I don't mean to wish ill on anybody, but there's going to be real estate opportunities," for new stores or relocations to areas with "better visibility, better access and better parking."
Head of Macro Strategy at Academy Securities Peter Tchir joins Yahoo Finance’s Seana Smith to break down his outlook on the markets as coronavirus cases surpass 1.5M in the U.S., according to John Hopkins.
States across the U.S. are beginning to reopen parts of their economies, and a surprising number of consumers are willing to visit restaurants as soon as they reopen, according to a new survey by Piper Sandler.
One restaurant chain that has been coping well is Domino's Pizza (NYSE: DPZ). Given the current circumstances, should you still think of accumulating the stock of Domino's Pizza? Domino's Pizza operates predominantly on a franchise model, with just a small portion of owned stores in the U.S. International outlets are all operating on the franchise model, and it has shown itself to be hugely successful.
For years there has been chatter about the "S&P; phenomenon," which supposedly confers a bump in price to new additions to the index.
Although sometimes it's tempting to curl up under grandma's quilt and not face the world during the current health crisis, for the observant investor, opportunities are there for the taking. Although it has beer in its name, Boston Beer (NYSE: SAM) made it onto this list because of a different product in its stable: Truly Hard Seltzer. As it happens, growth in hard seltzer is skyrocketing.
Yahoo Finance speaks with Wingstop CEO Charlie Morrison following a bang up first quarter. Here's what drove some savory sales gains.
McDonald's is testing a new restaurant focusing on social distancing and safety in the Netherlands amid the COVID-19 outbreak.
Yahoo Finance speaks with Dunkin' Brands CEO David Hoffmann about the outlook for the restaurant chain coming out of the COVID-19 pandemic.