|Bid||55.51 x 100|
|Ask||57.00 x 100|
|Day's Range||56.64 - 57.83|
|52 Week Range||55.05 - 90.49|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||19.58|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.90 (1.55%)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
Shares of both Papa John's (PZZA) and Domino's Pizza (DPZ) sunk on Wednesday after rival Yum Brands (YUM) announced that Pizza Hut will now deliver beer to its customers.
Zacks Industry Outlook Highlights: Darden Restaurants, Yum! Brands, Restaurant Brands, Domino's and Papa John's
As of November 22, 2017, Papa John's (PZZA) was trading at $57.0. Analysts expect the company’s stock price to reach $72.86 in the next 12 months.
For the next four quarters, Papa John's is expected to post an adjusted EPS of $2.88—6.3% growth from $2.71 in the same four quarters of the previous year.
For the next four quarters, analysts expect Papa John's (PZZA) to post revenue of $1.84 billion—5.1% growth from $1.76 billion the previous year.
As of November 22, 2017, Papa John's (PZZA) was trading at $57.0—near its 52-week low of $56.71, which the company hit on November 20, 2017.
Kudos to Yum! Brands, Inc. (NYSE:YUM) for a third-quarter earnings beat that sent YUM stock up 6% on Nov. 2. Along with the Q3 earnings report, though, Yum Brands also offered YUM stock holders a glimpse into the future, announcing it intended to grow system sales at an annual clip of 7% through the end of 2019. More impressive is that the company intends to do it organically rather than through acquisitions, expanding its overseas exposure after selling a huge swath of its restaurants in China to franchisees a year ago.
Two weeks after Papa John's blamed NFL player protests for its flat sales, the company attempted a reversal. But in the current political climate, consumers aren't letting brands have it both ways.
Papa John’s is in apology mode, two weeks after the pizza company’s founder and CEO, John Schnatter, blamed a bad quarter on the NFL and criticized the football league’s handling of the “take a knee” demonstrations at its games. It is not an apology worth buying. We’ll get to why in a minute. First, some…
Louisville-based pizza chain Papa John's International Inc. (NASDAQ: PZZA) took to Twitter last night to apologize for a recent controversy involving the NFL. “The statements made on our earnings call ...
Papa John's Pizza apologized Tuesday night for comments made by CEO John Schnatter blaming sluggish pizza sales on NFL players kneeling during the national anthem. The Louisville, Kentucky-based company ...
Pizza chain and NFL sponsor Papa John’s apologized Tuesday night for its chief executive’s comments during an earnings call last month blaming poor sales on NFL player protests.
Categories: Yahoo FinanceGet free summary analysis Our analysis is based on comparing Papa John’s International, Inc. with the following peers – Domino’s Pizza, Inc., Carrols Restaurant Group, Inc., Yum! Brands, Inc., Wendy’s Company, Rave Restaurant Group, Inc., Potbelly Corp., Papa Murphy’s Holdings, Inc., Jack in the Box Inc. and Nathan’s Famous, Inc. (DPZ-US, TAST-US, YUM-US, WEN-US, RAVE-US, ... Read more (Read more...)
Here are the headlines you missed while plotting your BOGO strategy for holiday drinks at Starbucks. It appears a Papa John's International Inc. store has closed in Folsom. The location at 25035 Blue Ravine Road was closed during normal business hours this week, and its phone number has been disconnected.
With the emergence of the “fast-casual” sector, such as Panera Bread Co (NASDAQ:PNRA) or Chipotle Mexican Grill, Inc. (NYSE:CMG) before its food-poisoning scandals, pure fast-food plays have been suspect. Year-to-date, the YUM stock price has gained over 26%, helped in large part to its steady stream of customers. More importantly, YUM is beating out many of its competitors, whether they’re in fast food or fast casual.
MLB sponsorship spending hit a new high $892 million this season. This comes as the NFL, in contrast, is seeing its sponsors pull back amidst a TV ratings decline and political controversy.
The NFL says Jerry Jones is trying to sabotage commissioner Roger Goodell’s contract negotiations and hurting the league in the process. Yahoo Finance’s Alexis Christoforous, Justine Underhill and Myles Udland figure out why this is happening.
CNBC's Kate Rogers reports on Papa John's issuing an apology about 'divisive' comments made during the company's earnings call.
Yesterday, Papa John’s apologized for statements made by its CEO on its latest earnings call. Yahoo Finance’s Alexis Christoforous, Dan Roberts, and Pras Subramanian debate whether or not this puts the pizza chain in the clear.