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Operators continue to face intense competition and increasing labor and input costs that are eating into margins.
I would still rather eat a rancid Big Mac than own shares in the company.
And a kinder, gentler Trump, coupled with too much market cynicism, are the reasons why.
Domino's Pizza reported fourth quarter earnings of $1.48 a share, topping estimates of $1.44.
TheStreet's Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer looks ahead to President Trump's speech to Congress on Tuesday night, and analyzes a host of trending stocks.
A rally that pushed the Dow Jones Industrial Average to 12 straight sessions of records has flamed out on Tuesday.
But Target doesn't, which is clear when comparing their earnings.
On Tuesday, February 28, investors await President Trump's speech to Congress and quarterly results from Target.
For the week of Feb. 27, investors await President Donald Trump's congressional address, which takes place on Tuesday evening--along with a host of major earnings reports.
The sector is still under immense pressure.
Why ask your wedding guests for a toaster when you could request a large pepperoni pizza with extra cheese?
The forces against traffic are numerous, powerful and secular.
Chain expects to do well in the $40 billion-a-year food-delivery business.
Domino's, Pizza Hut and Papa John's are stepping up their game this Sunday.
U.S. stocks rebounded from a shaky week as Washington leaders assembled at the Capitol for Donald Trump's inauguration on Friday.
Jim Cramer describes Domino's Pizza as a technology company that sells pizza.
Check out the ripple effect on Home Depot, Domino's, American Express and others.
For Americans, foreign stocks have suddenly become much cheaper.
In the new economy, don't waste consumers' time and interrupt their ability to multitask.
It would be polite to say many of these predictions were off the mark; missing the target entirely might be more accurate.
If Trump doesn't make good on his promises, we're in for a serious correction.
People are circling back to such names as Ulta and Starbucks.
Talend CEO Mike Tuchen attributes his company's fast start to the rising demand for "clean data".
Turns out this market surge is anything but nuts.
But these catalysts could help the fast-food chain's surge.
After the election passes we are going to talk about companies again -- and these have done well.
Here's the only issue: a rally might be instantaneous, given how oversold we are.
How about if you aren't really going out?
Capital spending numbers are terrible, because executives are unsure what to do.