QSR - Restaurant Brands International Inc.

NYSE - Nasdaq Real Time Price. Currency in USD
65.98
-1.78 (-2.63%)
As of 1:57PM EDT. Market open.
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Previous Close67.76
Open67.79
Bid65.96 x 800
Ask65.96 x 800
Day's Range65.20 - 67.71
52 Week Range50.20 - 67.93
Volume3,700,679
Avg. Volume1,744,753
Market Cap30.289B
Beta (3Y Monthly)1.13
PE Ratio (TTM)27.31
EPS (TTM)2.42
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield2.00 (3.16%)
Ex-Dividend Date2019-03-14
1y Target Est70.50
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  • High Expenses to Hurt Restaurant Brands (QSR) in Q1 Earnings
    Zacks4 days ago

    High Expenses to Hurt Restaurant Brands (QSR) in Q1 Earnings

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  • Analysts Estimate Restaurant Brands (QSR) to Report a Decline in Earnings: What to Look Out for
    Zacks6 days ago

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  • Burger King owner sues North Texas franchisee
    American City Business Journals11 days ago

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  • Restaurant Brands International (NYSE:QSR) Shareholders Booked A 68% Gain In The Last Three Years
    Simply Wall St.14 days ago

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  • MarketWatch17 days ago

    Franchisee GPS Hospitality adds 75 Pizza Huts to portfolio

    GPS Hospitality, a franchisee that has more than 400 Burger King and Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen restaurants in 11 states, has added 75 Pizza Hut locations to its portfolio. Burger King and Popeyes are part of Restaurant Brands International Inc. ; Pizza Hut is part of Yum Brands Inc. . The acquired Pizza Huts are in Alabama, Georgia, Kentucky and Tennessee. GPS has appointed Kent Dawdy, its vice president of operations, to head up this new division in the company. Yum Brands stock has rallied 9.3% in 2019. Restaurant Brands International is up 26% for the year to date. And the S&P 500 index has gained 11.3% for the period.

  • Did Hedge Funds Drop The Ball On Restaurant Brands International Inc (QSR)
    Insider Monkey19 days ago

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  • Burger King tests vegetarian Impossible Whopper
    American City Business Journals20 days ago

    Burger King tests vegetarian Impossible Whopper

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  • Benzinga21 days ago

    KeyBanc Explains Why Popeyes Unit Economics Matters

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  • TheStreet.com21 days ago

    Burger King Plans Test of New 'Impossible' Vegetarian Whopper

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  • Burger King thinks a vegan burger has a shot at popularity on its menu
    Quartz21 days ago

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  • Restaurant Brands International Inc. (QSR): Bill Ackman’s Latest Thoughts
    Insider Monkey24 days ago

    Restaurant Brands International Inc. (QSR): Bill Ackman’s Latest Thoughts

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  • GuruFocus.com26 days ago

    Bill Ackman Comments on Restaurant Brands International

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    Bill Ackman's 2018 Pershing Square Annual Letter

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  • Starbucks’ Growth Does Not Justify the Premium Price of SBUX Stock
    InvestorPlace27 days ago

    Starbucks’ Growth Does Not Justify the Premium Price of SBUX Stock

    The coffee market is back in the news, but the latest development may not have a big impact 0n Starbucks (NASDAQ:SBUX), stock. Burger King recently announced a $5 per month coffee subscription model, giving members one free cup of coffee per day.Source: Shutterstock In the unlikely event that a member uses his or her subscription every day of the month, he or she would only pay a rather cheap 17 cents per cup. Burger King is said to be creating a "community" around its coffee and breakfast options, and aims to peel off traffic from Dunkin Brands (NASDAQ:DNKN) and McDonald's (NYSE:MCD). * 7 Energy Stocks to Buy Now The good news for SBUX stock is that, despite the ample media attention, Burger King is hardly a threat to Starbucks. McDonald's has already offered cheap coffee as part of its breakfast package for years. It's never been clear that there is a huge overlap between Starbucks' and McDonald's customer bases. As a result, Burger King's invasion of the market is unlikely to shake up the sector either, though it likely will hurt McDonald's and Dunkin Donuts at the margins.InvestorPlace - Stock Market News, Stock Advice & Trading TipsThat said, Starbucks stock has plenty of other issues, even if Burger King's initiative isn't one of them. At the end of the day, the combination of the high valuation of Starbucks stock and its limited growth prospects make it hard to endorse the stock, particularly as it trades near its new, all-time highs. You'll almost certainly be able to buy Starbucks stock at a cheaper price later this year. Is Starbucks Stock Really So Expensive?A standard bearish talking point on SBUX stock is that its price-earnings ratio is quite high. That has only become more true as Starbucks stock has rallied in recent months. With the stock now trading for more than $70, Starbucks is selling at 32 times its trailing earnings and 24 times analysts' consensus 2019 earnings estimate.McDonald's, by comparison, is trading at 24 times its trailing earnings and 21 times its forward earnings. Restaurant Brands, (NYSE:QSR), the owner of Burger King and Tim Horton's, has around the same multiple as McDonald's. Dunkin Brands is slightly pricier than either of those, though cheaper than Starbucks. Meanwhile, the suddenly hot Chipotle (NYSE:CMG) is back over 40 times its earnings despite all its problems over the past couple of years. Against that backdrop, you can make a case that SBUX stock isn't that expensive compared to its rivals. The Owners of Starbucks Stock Still Need a Lot to Go RightWhile a case can be made that the valuation of Starbucks stock is reasonable, I'd argue that's more because restaurant stocks as a whole have become overvalued. Looking at Starbucks in isolation, rather than against its sector, it's clear that Starbucks stock is pricing in some strong growth in coming years.That said, for this year, analysts on average predict SBUX will report 6% revenue growth and 12% earnings growth. Those numbers are fine; they're quite good, in fact. for a company that is already as large as SBUX. But for a stock that's trading around 30 times its trailing earnings, that growth still isn't that impressive. Keep in mind that Starbucks is benefiting from several favorable trends - such as unusually low coffee-bean prices - that are making its earnings jump more than its revenues.Ultimately, Starbucks will find it hard to keep its price-earnings ratio this high if its revenue continues to increase around 5%. It's true that Starbucks is still trying to open a ton of stores, particularly in China. But there are limits to how many more stores it can open in many markets. This is close to a mature brand at this point, while SBUX stock is back to trading as if the company can still grow vigorously for years to come. Revamped Domestic StoresWhile China is clearly Starbucks' most important market at the moment, don't forgot about its U.S. operations. In recent years, the company has struggled to generate any same-store sales growth at home. Its mishandling of the situation in Philadelphia during which two men were wrongfully arrested didn't help matters either.Starbucks' most recent results were slightly better. Its same-store sales growth in the U.S. market came in at 4%. Before we get too excited, however, consider that traffic at its stores was merely flat, as its sales growth was entirely caused by higher prices and a more favorable mix of products sold.Unfortunately for SBUX stock, there is a limit to how much its average check size can rise before consumers get irritated. Particularly once the economy turns down again, SBUX will have trouble using higher prices to maintain its sales growth.That's why it is so important that SBUX is focusing on getting its store traffic up again. It is using several methods to attempt to accomplish this aim, such as tinkering with its rewards program. However, its most important initiative is its decision to reevaluate all of its domestic stores.According to CNN Business, SBUX is looking for ways to make all its stores cater more to local demands. Busy metro areas, such as New York, need more stores where beverages ordered through the app can be easily picked up. The company found that in the Texas market, clients prefer stores with more interior lighting. In New Jersey, there will be more lounge areas for customers to hang out in the afternoons.By rebuilding its store base to meet local needs, SBUX may finally be able to get more people into its stores again. The Verdict on Starbucks StockGive credit where credit is due; Starbucks' last quarter was better than its previous few quarters. And while I'm still skeptical about the company's long-term outlook in China, so far, it is putting up decent results in the country.Additionally, I see management's efforts to overhaul its U.S. store base as a wise move. Ultimately, if SBUX stock is going to remain a compelling growth story, it needs to accelerate its same-store sales again, and higher prices can't be relied upon to do that forever. If SBUX can get more foot traffic into its stores, particularly in off-peak hours, the outlook of Starbucks stock would greatly improve.That said, at this P/E ratio, consider me uninterested in Starbucks stock. The stock is rather sensitive to the overall economy, and should correct pretty dramatically when the economy slows. Continued trade- war jitters between the U.S. and China could also cause another drop in Starbucks stock. With SBUX stock near its all-time highs, investors can wait for a correction before buying any shares.At the time of this writing, Ian Bezek held no positions in any of the aforementioned securities. You can reach him on Twitter at @irbezek. More From InvestorPlace * 2 Toxic Pot Stocks You Should Avoid * 7 Dual-Class Stocks That Will Outperform * 7 Reasons Why Apple Streaming Won't Move the Needle for Apple Stock * 7 A-Rated Stocks to Buy in the Second Quarter Compare Brokers The post Starbucks' Growth Does Not Justify the Premium Price of SBUX Stock appeared first on InvestorPlace.

  • Burger King's New $5 Coffee Subscription Misses Opportunity to Score Big
    Motley Fool27 days ago

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