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After today's close we have yet another sea of corporate earnings reports to sift through and gather data points for either positions we have or ones we're contemplating. Here's the list of ones that I'll be digging into: Activision Blizzard Caesar...
The shares of several chains are doing surprisingly well while others are struggling as the pandemic puts restaurants' survival skills to the test.
Denny's Corp. is the latest operator to do so as restaurant companies sell new shares in efforts to raise precious cash amid the pandemic.
DPZ, up 23% year-to-date, is one of just four restaurant names in positive return territory for the year.
DENN may have seen the worst but that does not make it a buy.
When I scan the restaurant space, I remain perplexed, wondering not only when they might be able to reopen, but also how quickly consumers will come back, and to what degree?
A basket of 38 restaurant stocks I track (large and small) is up about 20% for the year.
DIN is shining example of what a solid, creative ad campaign can do to differentiate a restaurant brand.
Nvidia and Coca-Cola are just two names set to report. Here's what to key in on.
The parent of Applebee's and IHOP beat on the bottom line but missed on the top line in the second quarter.
DENN has been trending higher since September, extending an uptrend.
Index-buying overwhelms all but a handful of very hot stocks.
You can make a case to buy any of the stocks of the companies at ICR.
Denny's, Red Robin and Luby's have had their issues, but at least the first two could make for acquisition targets.
Apart from big chains, very few restaurant companies have done well.
Tomorrow's shareholder meeting will see management pitted against activist shareholder Marcato Capital Management in a battle for the company's future.
The labor market peaked in Japan in 1997 and has fallen by 20 million bodies since then. Service industries are in particularly poor shape as a result.
Good, old-fashioned inflation is picking back up across Corporate America.
Struggling chain could use proceeds to fund a turnaround.
Chain needs a reboot (and a new name) amid the stock's 20% YTD drop.
These casual-dining names are showing bearish Relative Strength and price has broken below support.
The stock market gloom and doom has little echo in the boardroom.
The restaurant clearly needs a turnaround, but will it make it?
Growth is too expensive and multiples have gone beyond reality.
Wages, beef and eggs price inflation spell trouble for restaurants.