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Good morning! Skip Raschke here, pinch-hitting for Doug Kass. The big market-moving news to come today is, of course, the February U.S. nonfarm-payrolls number due out at 8:30 a.m. ET. Bloomberg says the average of professional economists' guesses c...
Jump-starting sales won't be easy in the first half of the year.
In 'What's Ahead on Wall Street' for Tuesday Feb. 23, a handful of companies will tell us how they did in the latest quarter.
Shares of Zoe’s Kitchen are down almost 40% since the stock hit a two-year high last summer.
In a market littered with broken stocks, Domino's is preparing to move higher.
In Monday's Analysts' Actions one Wall Street firm is optimistic on Papa John's International (PZZA) and Buffalo Wild Wings (BWLD) while another isn't too happy about Qualcomm (QCOM).
In Friday's Analysts' Actions, one Wall Street firm is a fan of LinkedIn (LNKD), but not so much of Papa John's International (PZZA). Meanwhile, another firm begins covering DSW (DSW).
Selling affordable pizza is suddenly becoming even more competitive.
The broad indices are weak, but here are some good individual picks.
The stock could have another leg lower to next support in the $62 area where we should find a better appetite for PZZA.
For Tuesday August 4, TheStreet highlights major earnings reports and the key economic data to watch on Wall Street.
With global crises over, turn your eye to Yum! and Domino's results.
Overall, slightly more than half the charts scored a 'B' or better.
A global sell-off is happening in stocks as the Greek debt situation is going from bad to worse.
Consumer spending on discretionary services, such as eating out at restaurants, has had sub-par growth but there are still good investments in the restaurant industry.
Some can harvest commodity price declines into margin expansion.