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The gourmet burger chain's stock is ahead of itself and priced for near-perfection in a sector that is overvalued.
After receiving several bottles of a new soda flavored to taste like Cheerwine mixed with Krispy Kreme donuts, we decided to try the ultimate mashup.
It has been more difficult to pitch the doughnut giant's business than expected.
These 'double-nets' have a host of attractive characteristics.
KKD beat forecasts, but no one's challenging a $1.35B buyout offer.
The golf company recently put up its best bottom-line in years.
The major chains are beating the S&P 500, but SHAK and others lag.
Krispy Kreme Deal Actually Signals McDonald's Is Undervalued
U.S. indices were mixed as oil prices reversed their earlier climb.
Stocks were in flux as gains in the consumer space offset a selloff in energy.
Jim Cramer says the coffee business is a growth market, which explains JAB Holdings decision to buy Krispy Kreme Donuts.
U.S. stocks opened near the flat line on Monday morning as oil prices gave up earlier gains.
Both chains are up ahead of their addition to the S&P SmallCap 600.
Chain needs a reboot (and a new name) amid the stock's 20% YTD drop.
Credit Suisse has problems, but there also doughnuts and puppies to be considered.
Shares are down some 5% on weak guidance, but still seem tasty.
Rivals' over-(golden)arching theme: Watch out for McD's.
U.S. futures are largely flat across the board, as European stocks rebound.
U.S. futures point lower as world markets react to the latest terrorist attack in Europe.
A nation of calorie-counters apparently still have a hankering for a good old-fashioned glazed donut.
For Tuesday December 8, TheStreet awaits quarterly results from AutoZone (AZO), Toll Brothers (TOL), Costco Wholesale (COST), Dave & Buster's (PLAY), and Krispy Kreme Doughnuts (KKD).
As KKD prepares to report, here is why you may want to take a second look at this stock.
Lululemon (LULU) plummeted Thursday after higher quarterly sales came at the expense of lower gross margins.
U.S. stock finished in the red across the board after early gains.
Both markets rallied on government promises of tax cuts to come.