|Bid||0.00 x 800|
|Ask||0.00 x 800|
|Day's Range||250.07 - 254.22|
|52 Week Range||166.74 - 255.00|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||42.94|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||2.20 (0.88%)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
Despite the company's decision to slow down new openings, BJ's Restaurants (BJRI) opens its sixth restaurant in Maryland and second outlet year to date for driving its sales.
How Much Upside Is Left in Domino’s Stock Price? Of the 20 analysts who follow Domino’s Pizza (DPZ), 60% are favoring a “buy” and the remaining 40% are favoring a “hold.” None of the analysts favor a “sell” option. Analysts were expecting the company’s stock price to reach $267.56 in the next 12 months, which represents a return potential of 7.7% from its current stock price.
How Much Upside Is Left in Domino’s Stock Price? Analysts expect Domino’s Pizza (DPZ) to post EPS of $8.48, which represents growth of 38.6% from $6.12 in the corresponding four quarters of the previous year. EPS growth is expected to be driven by revenue growth, a lower effective tax rate, and share repurchases.
How Much Upside Is Left in Domino’s Stock Price? In the first quarter of 2018, sales from domestic company-owned restaurant sales generated 15.4% of the total revenue while franchise fees and royalties collected from domestic and international franchised restaurants generated 18.1%, supply chain generated 56%, and funds from franchisees for advertising generated 10.5%.
As of May 22, Domino’s Pizza (DPZ) was trading at $248.21, which represents growth of 6.3% since the announcement of its first-quarter earnings on April 26. The company had posted adjusted EPS of $2.0 on revenues of $785.4 million. Analysts were expecting the company to post EPS of $1.77 on revenues of $691.9 million. The company also outperformed analysts’ SSSG (same-store sales growth) expectation of 5.4% in the domestic market by posting 8.3%. Domino’s strong sales and earnings in the first quarter appear to have increased investors’ confidence, leading to a rise in its stock price.
Domino’s Pizza Enterprises Limited (ASX:DMP) outperformed the Restaurants industry on the basis of its ROE – producing a higher 32.13% relative to the peer average of 15.20% over the pastRead More...
Restaurant Brands' (QSR) focus on franchising is likely to reduce its capital requirements and facilitate earnings growth. However, intense competition remains a potential headwind for the company.
Domino's (DPZ) operational advantages, given its market share and scale, along with consistent focus on innovation and digital initiatives bode well.
Consumer staples stocks have lagged the market by a wide margin over the past year, but at least one portfolio manager is banking on a big turnaround, CNBC reports. Chad Morganlander of Washington Crossing Advisors, a division of Stifel Nicolaus, told CNBC: "We think that this is a terrific time to buy the consumer staple market. This is going to be a market environment where you're going to have sector rotation that'll be quite violent and we think eventually by the end of the year this sector will do quite well." His picks include Hormel Foods Corp. ( HRL), The Procter & Gamble Co. ( PG) and The Hershey Co. ( HSY). John Apruzzese, chief investment officer at Evercore Wealth Management, has a different take.
In 1Q18, Papa John’s (PZZA) posted an adjusted EPS (earnings per share) of $0.50—a fall of 35.1% from $0.77 in 1Q17. The company fell short of analysts’ EPS estimate of $0.62. The lower revenue and EBIT margin offset the positive effects of the lower effective tax rate and share repurchases, which caused the decline in Papa John’s 1Q18 EPS.
Papa John’s (PZZA) posted an EBIT (earnings before interest and tax) of $27.3 million in 1Q18, which represents an EBIT margin of 6.4%. The company posted an EBIT margin of 9.7% in 1Q17. The decline was due to increased operating expenses of domestic company-owned restaurants, domestic commissaries, and international operations. The rise in G&A (general and administrative) expenses and D&A (depreciation and amortization) expenses led to a fall in the company’s margins.
The decline in the company’s SSSG (same-store sales growth) in North America caused the revenue to fall. The Domestic Company-Owned Restaurants segment posted revenue of $190.24—a fall of 8.1% from $206.9 million in 1Q17. The decline was due to a fall of 5.6% in commissaries’ sales due to the lower SSSG.
Papa John’s (PZZA) posted its 1Q18 earnings after the market closed on May 8. The company posted an adjusted EPS (earnings per share) of $0.50 on revenues of $427.4 million. Papa John’s revenue declined 4.9% YoY (year-over-year), while its adjusted EPS fell 35.1%.
Papa John's is struggling to find its identity as sales continue to slump and competition in the pizza space stiffens. Papa John's is bringing in a new chief marketing officer as it mixes up its strategy. Papa John's PZZA shares are selling off Wednesday morning after its latest earnings report showed the company is struggling to find its identify in the wake of its founder and CEO's departure in December.
As of May 3, Yum! Brands (YUM) was trading at $82.67. Analysts expect the company’s stock price to reach $87.58 in the next 12 months, which represents a return potential of 5.9%.
Valuation multiples help investors compare companies with similar business models. Due to the high visibility of Yum! Brands’ (YUM) earnings, we’ve opted for the forward PE (price-to-earnings) multiple. The forward PE multiple is calculated by dividing the company’s current stock price from analysts’ earnings estimate for the next four quarters.
Yum Brands Inc's Pizza Hut chain is expanding a beer delivery test to nearly 100 restaurants in Arizona and California this month as industry leaders vie for market share in the face of sluggish growth. Pizza Hut started its beer delivery project in downtown Phoenix in December as part of a larger push to set the chain apart from rivals like Domino's Pizza Inc. The enlarged Pizza Hut test will include Arizona cities such as Tucson, Prescott and Winslow.
The World Cup is the globe’s biggest sporting event, with the 2014 iteration of the tournament being seen by over 3 billion people, including more than 1 billion watching the final. With that many eyeballs on the event, there’s a huge opportunity for numerous brands to score big and raise their profile on a truly […]
Just days before reporting earnings, Yum! Brands, Inc. (NYSE:YUM) was hitting new all-time highs. After the company beat on earnings per share and revenue expectations — and rather handedly at that — it’s got many investors wondering if this is an overreaction to Yum earnings. Does it make Yum stock a buy?
The Mexican food chain is finally feeling some of the old love from Wall Street again, while the pizza slinger continues to deliver.
Thursday, May 10: Ford halts F-150 production after fire, Papa John’s reports bad earnings and can’t blame NFL, Jay-Z’s Tidal is accused of inflating streaming numbers. Yahoo Finance’s Dan Roberts serves up the news.