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This week's go-private move by Sonic Corp. extends a run of restaurant deals that probably isn't over.
"Music is the soundtrack of life." - Dick Clark After some early buying, stocks closed near their lows today. FANG pulled off a revival led by a robust rise in Amazon and a good move in Google . Chip stocks got slammed again. Autos were bludgeoned.....
Essentially, Sonic has been slowly withdrawing from the stock market for years.
* Papa Johns may be the next restaurant stock to be acquired This morning, Inspire Brands, the parent company of Arby's and Buffalo Wild Wings has announced the acquisition of Sonic . The proposed deal is being done at about 15.5x 12-month trailing...
Sonic's latest buyback has the potential to take nearly a third of the company's outstanding shares off the market.
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Enjoy their food but realize that present-day valuations may be hard to swallow on any bad news.