McDonald's Corp. (MCD)

NYSE - NYSE Real Time Price. Currency in USD
115.49+0.62 (+0.54%)
As of 12:51 PM EDT. Market open.
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Prev Close114.87
Bid115.49 x 400
Ask115.50 x 1000
Day's Range114.88 - 115.78
52wk Range92.60 - 131.96
1y Target EstN/A
Market Cap98.56B
P/E Ratio (ttm)22.05
Avg Vol (3m)5,101,521
Dividend & Yield3.56 (3.09%)
Earnings DateN/A
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  • ‘Too much ice’ and other reasons people attacked America’s favorite brands
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    Melody Hahm20 hours ago

    ‘Too much ice’ and other reasons people attacked America’s favorite brands

    In case it wasn’t clear before, it’s officially OK for Starbucks to carry on with its current ice-to-product ratio in its cold drinks. Putting it in Starbucks-centric terms, the lawsuit specified that when a Venti Cold Drink cup is filled up to the top black line “they are only pouring about 14 fluid ounces of Cold Drink into the cup, not 24 fluid ounces,” because of the excess amount of ice. There’s no shortage of lawsuits involving beverages, but perhaps the most famous was Liebeck v. McDonald’s, frequently referred to as the “hot coffee” lawsuit.

  • Barrons.com23 minutes ago

    McDonald's: Come for the Cash Flow, Stay for the Upside?

    Guggenheim's Matthew DiFrisco and Matthew Kirschner argue McDonald's (MCD) free cash flow should support the stock, even as it struggles with "choppy" same-store sales growth: Choppy domestic SSS trends persist after talking with several QSR managements and franchisees as they continue to face increased competition from grocery, the convenience store channel, and smaller upstart quick casual brand development... We assume a more conservative below-consensus SSS outlook now consisting of LSD negative SSS in 4Q16.

  • Brussels rebuffs U.S. attack on EU tax investigations
    Reuters4 hours ago

    Brussels rebuffs U.S. attack on EU tax investigations

    The European Commission rebuffed an attack by the U.S. Treasury on its investigations into alleged sweetheart tax deals between companies such as Apple and McDonald's and European governments, saying there was no anti-U.S. bias. The U.S. Treasury Department published a white paper on Wednesday that voiced concern at the EU executive's tax investigations, saying they departed from international taxation norms and would have an outsized impact on U.S. companies. The European Commission said it treated all companies equally.