276.00 -5.73 (-2.03%)
Pre-Market: 8:05AM EDT
|Bid||276.52 x 1400|
|Ask||281.20 x 1200|
|Day's Range||275.38 - 283.21|
|52 Week Range||166.74 - 283.21|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||42.94|
|Earnings Date||Jul 23, 2018 - Jul 27, 2018|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||2.20 (0.79%)|
|1y Target Est||267.56|
BTIG’s price target increase for Domino’s Pizza (DPZ) appears to have increased investor confidence. Domino’s stock price hit a new 52-week high of $283.21 on June 18 and closed the day at $281.73, which represents a rise of 1.6% from its previous day’s closing price. In the first quarter, Domino’s posted adjusted EPS (earnings per share) of $2.0 on revenues of $785.4 million.
On June 18, Peter Saleh of BTIG raised his target price for Domino’s Pizza (DPZ) from $290 to $310 and maintained his “buy” rating on the stock. The new price target represents a return potential of 10.0% from its current stock price.
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ANN ARBOR, Mich., June 18, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Domino's Pizza (DPZ), the largest pizza company in the world based on global retail sales, is continuing its global growth momentum with the opening of its first store in Kosovo. This was accomplished through a partnership with Anatron, the master franchisee in the Balkan region, and ICSG, the local franchisee for Kosovo. A grand opening celebration is being held today at the new flagship store in Pristina with local dignitaries and Domino's executives.
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ANN ARBOR, Mich., June 14, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Domino's (DPZ), the largest pizza company in the world based on global retail sales, is supporting the American Red Cross and its latest Missing Types campaign to recruit blood donors. As part of the campaign, the letters A, B, and O – letters used to identify the different blood types – are disappearing from popular brands' logos to raise awareness on how important these three letters are. Through June 24, Domino's will feature an altered logo with "missing o's" on social media platforms while sharing a link where Domino's fans can make an appointment to donate blood.
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Domino's is partnering with up to 20 towns and cities in the U.S. to fix potholes. Each town will receive the same amount of money, but Domino's declined to specify how much. Domino's DPZ is no longer just selling pizzas, it's taking a stab at fixing America's crumbling infrastructure.
Domino’s ( DPZ), the Ann Arbor, Michigan-based pizza and fast food chain, has seen a meteoric share price growth since Jan. 1, 2010. In fact, during that period the Domino’s stock has done better than Amazon Inc. ( AMZN) up 1240%, Google Inc. ( GOOG) up 364% and Apple Inc. ( AAPL) up 627%. More importantly, as the company's president and CEO Patrick Doyle steps down on June 30, 2018, can the momentum continue under new leadership?
Domino’s Pizza boss David Wild was looking for his fourth finance chief in as many years running the company on Tuesday after the latest incumbent abruptly left. Rachel Osborne, who joined in October 2016, left the business with immediate effect yesterday and Domino’s has started a hunt for her successor. Since taking over Domino’s in 2014, Wild has gained a reputation as a tough man to work for, already seeing off Sean Wilkins — appointed by Wild’s predecessor Lance Batchelor — and then ex-Moneysupermarket numbers man Paul Doughty.
The finance chief at the UK’s Domino’s Pizza has resigned effective on Monday, the company disclosed on Tuesday without providing further details on the reasons behind her departure. Rachel Osborne, who was appointed chief financial officer in October 2016, will also leave her post on the group’s board of directors.
LONDON (Reuters) - Domino's Pizza Group (DOM.L) said its chief financial officer Rachel Osborne had left with immediate effect, in a statement which reiterated that the biggest pizza delivery firm in Britain ...
Domino's Pizza Group (DOM.L) said its chief financial officer Rachel Osborne had left with immediate effect, in a statement which reiterated that the biggest pizza delivery firm in Britain was on track to meet guidance. The London listed company, a master franchisee of U.S. group Domino's Pizza Inc (DPZ.N), said it would start the search for her replacement and make an announcement in due course. "The board reiterates the outlook it gave at the time of its full year results in March, and the confidence in the company's performance in 2018 and beyond," Domino's added in its statement.
Domino’s Pizza, Inc. (NYSE: DPZ ) wants its pizza in your piehole, not your neighborhood pothole. What Happened The company announced a “Paving for Pizza’” campaign Monday to level U.S. streets and ensure ...