|Day Low/High||22.86 / 23.54|
|52 Wk Low/High||15.12 / 24.29|
It was a strong day across the board on Wall Street with all three major U.S. averages closing in the green.
Consumers will buy billions upon billions of dollars of gift cards this holiday season, to the ongoing delight of their issuers and sellers.
See, Millennials haven't ruined everything. There are some pretty good fast casual deals!
Apart from big chains, very few restaurant companies have done well.
Cheesecake Factory, Papa John's and other names in the sector are facing headwinds.
This market is still supported by resilient dip buyers, but it's unattractive to the initiative buyer.
Operators continue to face intense competition and increasing labor and input costs that are eating into margins.
A look at the most popular destinations in Rio de Janeiro during the Olympic games.
These casual-dining names are showing bearish Relative Strength and price has broken below support.
Technical indications are in place as the stock recovers from its decline.
John Sculley, the former CEO of Apple (AAPL) and Pepsi (PEP), is now investing in several potential game-changing private companies that he expects could go public.
The important indicators are wages and the labor force participation rate.
Darden Restaurants, the brand group that controls U.S. seafood chain Red Lobster, says it could either spin off the brand or sell it outright, possibly to a private equity firm.
All of these are getting very close to territory that would make them rock-solid buys.
The recovery in the housing market has boosted homebuilder IPOs, but the boom isn't just for housing. Many real estate offerings are performing well.
As the blackout period approaches, these stocks are seeing insider buying and selling.
LinkedIn and Bloomin' Brands will help investors achieve 'Superperformance', Mark Minervini, author of Trade Like a Stock Market Wizard, tells Gregg Greenberg.
Dave & Busters is ready to return to the publicly traded game. But at what cost? Debra Borchardt of TheStreet.com looks at the numbers.