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Let's check out both the stocks that are going strong -- even without a stimulus -- and what I call the nascent bull markets.
The shares of several chains are doing surprisingly well while others are struggling as the pandemic puts restaurants' survival skills to the test.
The market is reflecting a triumph of big business over small business, and here's what that means for individual stocks.
Let's review the charts and indicators.
The prices of hotels and even beaten up retailers say that many believe a vaccine is on the way -- here's how I would get positioned.
While Chipotle continues to test cauliflower rice as a follow-up move to its paleo, keto and other lifestyle bowls, it's being reported that Yum Brands Taco Bell is once again cutting back its menu offering. On the chopping block this time are Mexi...
As a result of the pandemic, much has been said about mobile order and drive thru. That led Cowen to publish some really bullish comments (and expectations) for Chipotle Mexican Grill late this week. The firm sees the company's Chiptolane drive thru...
This week we'll hear from WMT, HD, LOW and TGT, and here's why these big fish retailers will gobble up the small ones during this pandemic.
After listening to the Yum call you know that almost every restaurateur seeking to make a profit will most likely fail.
As a whole, publicly traded restaurant names are doing better than I would have expected year-to-date.
There are positive technical signals for the restaurant opeator's shares, but further gains could run into a ceiling.
There was a mild increase in trading volume at the New York Stock Exchange, but it was a rotational shift.
Good morning folks, I once again have the pleasure of sitting in for Doug and it's going to be a doozie of a day between March quarter earnings this morning from Boeing , Yum! Brands , General Dynamics , Northrop Grumman , General Electric and Maste...
Intraday trends -- relentless trends -- are becoming the name of the game, so let's focus on the rotation from Nasdaq names into the Russell 2000 and financials.
Spotting a well-positioned dividend-paying restaurant company means you'll want to ensure it has these qualities.
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?
* Viacom, Yum Brands and Carnival go to the debt markets A week ago Viacom sold $2.5 billion of bonds at around 4.6%. A few days ago Yum Brands at approximately 7.75%. Today, Carnival is raising about $4 billion at between 12%-13%.
I don't think it would be too much of a stretch to imagine that too many investors, or citizens for that matter, will mind seeing March 2020 head on out of here.
Offering a prize for finding a medicine or vaccine to stop the coronavirus would be much more effective at halting this market derailment than cutting rates.
The inaccurate reporting on PepsiCo's earnings shows why it can be costly to react to the rapid-fire news stories that follow a release.
This move by Beijing comes on top of massive injections of liquidity into that nation's financial system earlier this week.
If YUM wanted to go big in casual dining, it could make a play for Dine Brands Global.
The best performer year-to-date is small name The Habit Restaurants, courtesy of YUM's January 6th $14 per share offer.
One noted newcomer was Kura Sushi USA, and this is likely not the last we've heard of publicly traded sushi restaurants.
Let's review symmetry in price in these three stocks and give a warning about Alphabet's.
These top picks look appetizing amid solid consumer spending and low unemployment.
Markets are watching what Fed Chair Powell will signal for future rate cuts during this afternoon's FOMC rate decision.