QSR - Restaurant Brands International Inc.

NYSE - NYSE Delayed Price. Currency in USD
61.55
-1.21 (-1.93%)
At close: 4:02PM EDT
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Previous Close62.76
Open62.85
Bid60.75 x 800
Ask63.95 x 1400
Day's Range60.73 - 62.92
52 Week Range53.09 - 68.89
Volume2,308,430
Avg. Volume1,560,101
Market Cap28.779B
Beta1.37
PE Ratio (TTM)21.09
EPS (TTM)2.92
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield1.80 (2.91%)
Ex-Dividend Date2018-05-14
1y Target Est70.50
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  • Business Wire2 days ago

    Popeyes® Brand to Launch in the Philippines

    Popeyes and Kuya J Holdings Group, Inc. (“Kuya J Group”), the owner and operator of Kuya J restaurants in the Philippines, announced today an exclusive master franchise agreement to develop and grow the Popeyes brand in the Philippines. “We are very excited to sign our first major development agreement for the Popeyes brand in Asia.

  • Investopedia4 days ago

    Billionaire Bill Ackman's Pershing Up 20%, Adds Lowe's: 13F

    Bill Ackman, the investor heading up Pershing Square, appears to have had a strong Q2 this year, according to a recent 13F report. The billionaire's 13F portfolio value increased by about 20% for the three-month period ending on June 30th, up to about $5.8 billion. In the process, Ackman increased his position in United Technologies Corp. ( UTX) and entered a new stake in Lowe's Companies Inc. ( LOW).

  • Analysts Favor a ‘Hold’ Rating for Jack in the Box
    Market Realist6 days ago

    Analysts Favor a ‘Hold’ Rating for Jack in the Box

    Of the 17 analysts that follow Jack in the Box (JACK), 47.1% favored a “buy,” while 52.9% favored a “hold” recommendation on August 9. None of the analysts favored a “sell” recommendation. On the same day, analysts forecast an average target price of $99.0, which represents a return potential of 6.7% from its current stock price of $92.76.

  • Strong Earnings Drove Jack in the Box’s Valuation Multiple
    Market Realist6 days ago

    Strong Earnings Drove Jack in the Box’s Valuation Multiple

    Of all the valuation multiples available, we have opted for the forward PE multiple due to high visibility in Jack in the Box’s (JACK) future earnings. The forward PE multiple is calculated by dividing the company’s stock price by analysts’ EPS estimates for the next four quarters. Management’s strong third fiscal quarter earnings and initiatives to drive the company’s sales appear to have increased investors’ confidence, which led to a rise in its stock price and valuation multiple.

  • Jack in the Box Outperformed Analysts’ Earnings Expectations
    Market Realist6 days ago

    Jack in the Box Outperformed Analysts’ Earnings Expectations

    Jack in the Box (JACK) posted an EPS of $1.70. Jack in the Box’s EPS growth was driven by the expanded EBIT margin, the lower effective tax rate, and share repurchases. Jack in the Box’s EBIT margin has improved from 15.5% to 26.4% due to refranchising company-owned restaurants, sales leverage from positive SSSG (same-store sales growth), and lower G&A (general and administrative) costs. The improvement was partially offset by increased labor expenses and higher repair and maintenance costs.

  • What Drove Jack in the Box’s Same-Store Sales Growth?
    Market Realist9 days ago

    What Drove Jack in the Box’s Same-Store Sales Growth?

    After posting systemwide negative SSSG (same-store sales growth) for the last five quarters, Jack in the Box (JACK) returned to the positive territory with an SSSG of 0.5%. During the quarter, the company posted an SSSG of 0.6% in company-owned restaurants. In franchised restaurants, the SSSG was at 0.5%. In company-owned restaurants, the SSSG was driven by 2.6% growth in the average check size due to more menu items and a favorable product mix. However, the transaction declined 2.0%, which partially offset some of the increase in the SSSG.

  • Jack in the Box’s Third Fiscal Quarter Revenues
    Market Realist9 days ago

    Jack in the Box’s Third Fiscal Quarter Revenues

    Jack in the Box (JACK) posted revenues of $188 million and outperformed analysts’ expectation of $184 million. The company’s revenues declined 23.6% year-over-year due to refranchising company-owned restaurants.

  • Jack in the Box Stock Rose after Its Fiscal Q3 2018 Earnings
    Market Realist9 days ago

    Jack in the Box Stock Rose after Its Fiscal Q3 2018 Earnings

    Jack in the Box (JACK) posted its third fiscal quarter earnings after the market closed on August 8. The company posted an adjusted EPS of $1.0 on revenues of $188.0 million. The company’s EPS rose 1.0% year-over-year, while its revenues declined 23.6%.

  • How Wendy’s Valuation Multiple Compares with Peers
    Market Realist9 days ago

    How Wendy’s Valuation Multiple Compares with Peers

    Of all the available valuation multiples, we have opted for the forward PE (price-to-earnings) multiple due to high visibility in Wendy’s (WEN) future earnings. The forward PE multiple is computed by dividing the company’s stock price from analysts’ EPS estimates for the next four quarters. The better-than-expected second-quarter sales and aggressive expansion of delivery service by Wendy’s management appears to have increased investors’ confidence, leading to a rise in the company’s stock price and its valuation multiple.

  • Wendy’s Second-Quarter EPS Failed to Meet Analyst Expectations
    Market Realist9 days ago

    Wendy’s Second-Quarter EPS Failed to Meet Analyst Expectations

    In the second quarter, Wendy’s (WEN) posted EPS of $0.12. Wendy’s EPS growth was driven by higher adjusted revenue, a lower effective tax rate, and share repurchases in the last four quarters, partially offset by a fall in the adjusted EBITDA (earnings before, interest, tax, depreciation, and amortization) margin. Due to the enactment of tax reforms, Wendy’s effective tax rate fell to 25.5% for the quarter compared to 38.9% in the corresponding quarter of the previous year.

  • Wendy’s Q2 Same-Store Sales Growth Beat Analyst Expectations
    Market Realist10 days ago

    Wendy’s Q2 Same-Store Sales Growth Beat Analyst Expectations

    Wendy’s (WEN) posted SSSG (same-store sales growth) of 1.9% in North America, outperforming analysts’ expectation of 1.3%. However, the company’s overall SSSG stood at 2.1% with SSSG of 2.0% at company-operated restaurants and 2.1% at franchised restaurants. The SSSG at company-owned restaurants was driven by an increase in average check size partially offset by a lower customer count.

  • What Drove Wendy’s Revenue in Q2 2018?
    Market Realist10 days ago

    What Drove Wendy’s Revenue in Q2 2018?

    Due to a new accounting standard, the company included $84.6 million collected from franchisees for marketing in its second-quarter revenue. The revenue growth was driven by the net addition of 92 restaurants in the last four quarters and positive SSSG (same-store sales growth). The revenue growth was driven by the net addition of one company-owned restaurant and positive SSSG of 2.0%.

  • Wendy’s Beat Q2 Revenue Expectations, but Missed EPS Estimates
    Market Realist10 days ago

    Wendy’s Beat Q2 Revenue Expectations, but Missed EPS Estimates

    Wendy’s (WEN) posted its second-quarter earnings after the market closed on August 7. The company posted adjusted EPS (earnings per share) of $0.14 on revenues of $411 million. Year-over-year, the company’s EPS increased by 7.7%, while its revenue increased by 28.3%.

  • Coca-Cola's 90s binge continues, blending Surge with Burger King
    American City Business Journals11 days ago

    Coca-Cola's 90s binge continues, blending Surge with Burger King

    The Coca-Cola Co. revived its sugar-rush brand Surge for its Burger King partnership because "Surge tastes like (Millennials) childhood.”

  • Analysts Favor ‘Buy’ for Restaurant Brands
    Market Realist13 days ago

    Analysts Favor ‘Buy’ for Restaurant Brands

    Yesterday, Restaurant Brands International (QSR) was trading at $63.91. Analysts’ average target price of $70 implies a 9.5% return based on that price. Since the announcement of Restaurant Brands’ second-quarter earnings, CIBC (Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce) has raised its price target from $71 to $75.

  • Popeyes to move headquarters out of Atlanta
    American City Business Journals16 days ago

    Popeyes to move headquarters out of Atlanta

    Fried chicken fast food chain Popeyes will move its headquarters to Miami from Atlanta, joining sister company Burger King, the South Florida Business Journal has learned. Their parent company, Restaurant Brands International Inc.

  • Popeyes to move headquarters to Miami from Atlanta
    American City Business Journals16 days ago

    Popeyes to move headquarters to Miami from Atlanta

    Fried chicken fast food chain Popeyes will move its headquarters to Miami from Atlanta, joining sister company Burger King, the South Florida Business Journal has learned. Their parent company, Restaurant Brands International Inc.

  • InvestorPlace16 days ago

    Kraft Heinz Earnings: KHC Stock Doesn’t Jibe With 3G’s Playbook

    The boys from Brazil’s 3G Capital had a simple idea. They would buy established brands, cut costs through zero-based budgeting, then buy more. At the heart of this plan, with the blessings of Warren Buffett, was Kraft Heinz (NYSE:KHC), which they created through a 2015 merger.

  • How Restaurant Brands’ Valuation Compares
    Market Realist16 days ago

    How Restaurant Brands’ Valuation Compares

    To assess Restaurant Brands International’s (QSR) valuation, we’ve opted to use its forward PE multiple, computed by dividing the company’s stock price by analysts’ EPS estimates for the next four quarters. Restaurant Brands’ initiatives, such as the launching of Breakfast Anytime at its Canadian Tim Hortons restaurants and the expansion of its Popeyes delivery service at US restaurants, appear to have boosted investors’ confidence, its stock price, and valuation. As of August 1, Restaurant Brands was trading at a forward PE multiple of 22.9x, compared with 22. ...

  • What Drove Restaurant Brands International’s EPS in Q2 2018
    Market Realist16 days ago

    What Drove Restaurant Brands International’s EPS in Q2 2018

    In the second quarter, Restaurant Brands International’s (QSR) adjusted EPS grew 29.4% YoY (year-over-year) to $0.66 from $0.51, driven by adjusted EBITDA growth and preferred share redemption offset by higher tax. The company’s adjusted EBITDA increased 6.0% YoY to $563 million, while its organic growth was 3.7%, driven by higher Burger King and Popeyes revenue offset by a decline in supply chain revenue at Tim Hortons.

  • What’s Expected for Restaurant Brands’ Revenue in the Next Year
    Market Realist16 days ago

    What’s Expected for Restaurant Brands’ Revenue in the Next Year

    In the next four quarters, analysts expect Restaurant Brands International’s (QSR) revenue to rise 10.1% YoY (year-over-year) to $5.55 billion from $5.04 billion, driven by its new accounting standards and systemwide growth due to the opening of new restaurants and positive SSSG (same-store sales growth). To drive its SSSG, Tim Hortons is focusing on product excellence, customers’ restaurant experience, and brand communications. The brand has launched its “Welcome Image” restaurant redesign to enhance customers’ experience, and franchisees have reacted positively, with one-third of Canadian franchisees agreeing to complete restaurant remodeling by 2019.

  • Restaurant Brands International Inc. Announces Renewal of Normal Course Issuer Bid
    PR Newswire16 days ago

    Restaurant Brands International Inc. Announces Renewal of Normal Course Issuer Bid

    OAKVILLE, ON, Aug. 2, 2018 /PRNewswire/ - Restaurant Brands International Inc. (TSX/NYSE: QSR) ("RBI") announced today that it has filed, and the Toronto Stock Exchange (the "TSX") has accepted, notice of RBI's intention to renew its normal course issuer bid (the "NCIB") for its common shares (the "Common Shares").  The NCIB is being conducted in furtherance of RBI's current share repurchase authorization by the Board of Directors of RBI in August 2016, pursuant to which RBI may purchase up to US$300 million of its Common Shares over the next three years (the "Repurchase Authorization"). Under its prior NCIB that commenced on August 8, 2017 and which expires on August 7, 2018, RBI previously sought and received approval from the TSX to repurchase up to 19,215,980 Common Shares.  While RBI has not repurchased any Common Shares for cancellation under its Repurchase Authorization in the past 12 months, the plan agent under RBI's employee stock purchase plan purchased an aggregate of 4,743 Common Shares in the past 12 months for the benefit of plan participants at an average price of C$77.25 per Common Share.

  • Restaurant Brands International Inc. Announces Renewal of Normal Course Issuer Bid
    CNW Group16 days ago

    Restaurant Brands International Inc. Announces Renewal of Normal Course Issuer Bid

    OAKVILLE, ON , Aug. 2, 2018 /CNW/ - Restaurant Brands International Inc. (TSX/NYSE: QSR) ("RBI") announced today that it has filed, and the Toronto Stock Exchange (the "TSX") has accepted, notice of RBI's intention to renew its normal course issuer bid (the "NCIB") for its common shares (the "Common Shares").  The NCIB is being conducted in furtherance of RBI's current share repurchase authorization by the Board of Directors of RBI in August 2016 , pursuant to which RBI may purchase up to US$300 million of its Common Shares over the next three years (the "Repurchase Authorization"). Under its prior NCIB that commenced on August 8, 2017 and which expires on August 7, 2018 , RBI previously sought and received approval from the TSX to repurchase up to 19,215,980 Common Shares.  While RBI has not repurchased any Common Shares for cancellation under its Repurchase Authorization in the past 12 months, the plan agent under RBI's employee stock purchase plan purchased an aggregate of 4,743 Common Shares in the past 12 months for the benefit of plan participants at an average price of C$77.25 per Common Share.

  • Investor's Business Daily17 days ago

    Ferrari Stock Plunges As New CEO Says Earnings Targets 'Aspirational'

    Ferrari, Burger King parent Restaurant Brands and business-data provider ADP beat earnings forecasts Wednesday. But Ferrari crashed as its new CEO said earnings targets are "aspirational."

  • A Look at Restaurant Brands’ Same-Store Sales Growth in Q2 2018
    Market Realist17 days ago

    A Look at Restaurant Brands’ Same-Store Sales Growth in Q2 2018

    During Restaurant Brands’ (QSR) second quarter, Tim Hortons’ SSSG (same-store sales growth) met analysts’ expectation of 0.3%, while Burger King’s SSSG of 1.8% missed their expectation of 2.4%. During the same period, Popeyes saw SSSG of 2.9%.