|Bid||266.48 x 800|
|Ask||266.82 x 1000|
|Day's Range||266.36 - 270.58|
|52 Week Range||168.56 - 305.34|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||0.39|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||33.85|
|Earnings Date||Oct 10, 2018 - Oct 15, 2018|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||2.20 (0.80%)|
|1y Target Est||294.10|
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Of the 24 analysts that follow Yum! Brands (YUM), 50% have given it “buy” ratings as of October 31. No analysts have given it “sell” ratings. On average, analysts have a price target of $94.22 on the stock, which represents an upside potential of 4.2% from its current price of $90.41.
During the third quarter, Yum! Brands (YUM) posted EPS of $1.40. However, with the removal of special or one-time items, the company’s adjusted EPS stood at $1.04, representing a rise of 52.9% from $0.68 in the corresponding quarter of 2017.
In the third quarter, KFC and Taco Bell had SSSGs of 3.0% and 5.0%, respectively, outperforming analysts’ consensus expectations of 2.1% and 3.0%, respectively. However, Pizza Hut’s SSSG fell 1.0% during the quarter.
The Pizza Hut segment posted revenue of $229 million in the quarter, a rise of 12.8% from $203 million in the corresponding quarter of 2017. Its revenue growth was driven by $73 million in contributions from the new accounting standard and the net addition of 623 franchised restaurants.
Yum! Brands (YUM), the owner of the KFC, Pizza Hut, and Taco Bell brands, posted its third-quarter earnings results on October 31.
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Of the 24 analysts that follow Yum! Brands (YUM), 41.7% were favoring a “buy” rating as of October 24, while the remaining 58.3% were favoring a “sell” recommendation. On average, analysts have set a price target of $91.17, which represents an upside potential of 4.7% from its stock price of $87.06. This week Stifel downgraded Yum! Brands from “buy” to “hold,” while maintaining its price target of $94.
For the third quarter, analysts expect Yum! Brands (YUM) to post EPS of $0.83, which represents a rise of 21.7% from $0.68 in the corresponding quarter of 2017. Expanded net margin and share repurchases are expected to offset the effects of a decline in revenue and drive the company’s EPS during the quarter. Analysts expect Yum! Brands’ net margin to improve from 16.9% to 19.6%.
Analysts expect Yum! Brands (YUM) to post revenue of $1.38 billion, which represents a fall of 3.9% from $1.44 billion in the corresponding quarter of the previous year. The refranchising of company-owned restaurants is expected to lower the company’s revenue in the quarter. To improve its operational efficiency, Yum! Brands plans to operate 98% of its restaurants as franchises by the end of 2018.
Yum! Brands (YUM), which owns Pizza Hut, KFC, and Taco Bell, is scheduled to post its third-quarter results before the market opens on October 31. Yum! Brands’ stock price was driven by a strong performance in the second quarter and also by the announcement of a new $2 billion share repurchase program on August 10. In the quarter, the company opened 243 restaurants to take the total number of restaurants to 45,556, which represents strong unit growth of 3.6%. So, after posting strong unit growth in its second quarter, Yum! Brands management announced that it is expecting its unit count in 2018 to be at the higher end of its earlier guidance of 3% to 4%, which appears to have increased investors’ confidence.
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