|Bid||55.50 x 500|
|Ask||67.38 x 100|
|Day's Range||60.62 - 61.96|
|52 Week Range||54.00 - 85.20|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||21.77|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.90 (1.46%)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
Domino's Pizza Inc (DPZ.N) is ramping up the food delivery wars, adding online ordering for more than 150,000 new delivery "hotspots" at U.S. parks, beaches and other destinations that do not have traditional addresses. Executives say the move opens new sales opportunities for the company, a pioneer and dominant player in restaurant delivery, as traditional eateries and supermarkets face pressure from third-party delivery "disruptors" that are flush with venture capital or subject to less stringent expectations when it comes to profits. "We know that delivery is all about convenience, and Domino's Hotspots are ... all about flexible delivery options," said Russell Weiner, president of Domino's USA.
Dave & Buster’s Entertainment Inc (NASDAQ:PLAY) shareholders just can’t catch a break. Despite reporting a fourth straight year of record-breaking results, PLAY stock sold off in Wednesday’s session following the release fourth-quarter numbers that fell short of expectations. Is this an opportunity to buy Dave and Busters stock, particularly in light of its forward-looking price-to-earnings ratio of less than 13?
Zacks Industry Outlook Highlights: Papa John's International, Dunkin' Brands Group and McDonald's
Adult arcade and restaurant chain Dave & Buster’s Entertainment Inc. (NASDAQ:PLAY) has seen a steady decline over the past year as the woes facing the restaurant industry finally started to creep into the company’s financials. PLAY stock initially bucked the downward trend that many of its peers were facing. Now, Dave & Busters stock is trading at just $41.74, a far cry from it’s June highs of over $70 per share and that has given investors reason to reconsider the stock as a value play.
Of the three companies considered for our analysis, Domino’s Pizza (DPZ) has been the most favored stock among Wall Street analysts. In the next 12 months, analysts expect the company’s stock price to reach $238.05, which represents a return potential of 2.9%. Domino’s is followed by Papa John’s (PZZA).
Papa John's (PZZA) reported earnings 30 days ago. What's next for the stock? We take a look at earnings estimates for some clues.
Analysts expect Domino’s Pizza (DPZ) to post revenue of $3.08 billion, which represents growth of 10.3% from $2.79 billion in 2017. The revenue growth is expected to be driven by positive SSSG (same-store sales growth) and the addition of new restaurants. For the next three to five years, Domino’s management is expecting its SSSG to be in the range of 3.0%–6.0% for its domestic and international markets.
Investors should be careful while comparing unit growth for companies with different models, as the opening of company-owned restaurants requires higher capital than franchised restaurants. With a unit growth of 7.6%, Domino’s Pizza (DPZ) has outperformed its peers. In the last 12 months, Domino’s Pizza has net added 1,045 units to increase its unit count to 14,856 at the end of 2017.
Same-store sales growth (or SSSG) measures an increase in a company’s sales from its existing restaurants during a certain period. SSSG is an important indicator. Domino’s Pizza (DPZ) outperformed its peers with SSSG of 4.2% in the domestic market.
With revenue growth of 8.8%, Domino’s Pizza (DPZ) outperformed its peers in 4Q17. Papa John’s (PZZA) posted revenue growth of 6.4% while Yum! Brands (YUM) posted a decline of 22.1%. For 4Q17, Domino’s Pizza posted revenue of $891.5 million, which represents growth of 8.8% from $819.44 million in 4Q16.
All major pizza companies have announced their 4Q17 earnings, so it’s time to compare their performance. Since the announcement of their 4Q17 earnings, stock prices for Domino’s and Yum! Brands have increased while Papa John’s has declined.
Domino's (DPZ) shows promising growth potential on digital and cost management efforts, fending off competition from the likes of Pizza Hut under Yum! Brands.
Diners like the convenience and affordability of fast-food and fast-casual restaurants, a trend that shows no sign of slowing. Many of these chains have a presence across the country as they continue to ...
Peyton Manning sold 31 Denver-area Papa John's stores last week, two days before the NFL dropped the chain as its official pizza sponsor. The Denver Post reported Wednesday that Papa John's spokesman Peter ...
Peyton Manning sold off his stake in 31 Papa John's franchises, which only further distances the pizza brand from pro football.
Peyton Manning sold his stake in 31 Denver-area Papa John's franchises last month. Manning began buying his Denver-area Papa John's franchises back in 2012 , when the Kentucky-based pizza chain (PZZA) announced he bought 21 local franchises .
As of March 1, 2018, Papa John’s (PZZA) was trading at $60.04. On the same day, analysts were expecting the company’s stock price to reach $66.43 in the next 12 months, which represents a return potential of 10.6%. The lower-than-expected 4Q17 EPS appear to have prompted analysts to lower their 12-month target price for Papa John’s. After the announcement of 4Q17 earnings, Jefferies cut its target price from $60 to $52, and Longbow Research has lowered its target price from $75 to $65.
Retired NFL quarterback Peyton Manning sold his Papa John’s franchises in the Denver area, but is still the company’s celebrity spokesperson. Yahoo Finance’s Seana Smith, Dan Roberts, Myles Udland and Brittany Jones-Cooper discuss Papa John’s declining sales and the need for the company to redefine its brand.