Restaurant Brands International (QSR)
$59.92 1.56 (2.54%)
19:54 EST QSR Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
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Market Cap 14.95B
PE Ratio -
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 1.84M
Day's Range 59.87 - 61.75
52-Week Range 25.08 - 64.65
Dividend & Yield 1.56 (2.60%)
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These seven restaurant stocks have adapted during the pandemic and are poised to deliver for investors when the economy recovers. Hungry?
Easily one of the most disrupted market segments have been restaurant stocks. However, the Covid-19 crisis may actually offer a contrarian though risky bullish narrative.
As the second wave of the pandemic sweeps across the nation, these seven growth stocks are struggling to stay afloat in the current environment.
Vroom went public in June. In less than three months, Vroom stock is up 250%. It might be time to take some profits.
Restaurant stocks are trading a multi-year lows because of the lost business in the near term, setting steep discounts on their valuation.
BYND stock isn't cheap. But it's inexpensive enough for investors who believe in the product's long-term potential.
QSR stock has kept afloat while battling over $5 chicken sandwiches as the cost of goods rises during the coronavirus pandemic.
Whether or not a recovery is imminent, there are compelling stocks to buy, it’s just a matter of where you look for them.
Restaurant Brands has shored up its cash position and begun offering aid to some restaurants as the coronavirus pandemic continues. But it should get through the crisis.
By Ian Cooper
Demand for alternatives, agreements with popular food destinations, and an endorsement from Martha Stewart can only help Beyond Meat stock.
Wendy's (WEN) new breakfast menu has WEN stock ticking higher on Monday as it looks to take on rivals McDonald's and Burger King.
Beyond Meat stock jumped higher off its IPO thanks to the hype that the underlying company helped create. However, with industry giants coming in with superior scalability, BYND may be in trouble.
Restaurant Brands (QSR) earnings for the restaurant holding company's fourth quarter of 2019 have QSR stock on the move Monday.
Wednesday's big stock charts feature 3 struggling names in a market that has been generally unkind to low-growth value plays.
It’s the quality products and distinctive identities of these brands that really add value to Restaurant Brands International and QSR stock.
The Burger King breakfast menu is expanding with a collection of Maple Waffle Sandwiches, but customers aren't crazy about them.
The Burger King Impossible Whopper is going to be available across the U.S. stating next week and you can try it versus the original.
A Mexican food chain would help boost QSR stock's current portfolio, which includes Burger King, Tim Horton's and Popeyes.
The fundamentals underlying the fast food industry are becoming increasingly favorable, and that's good news for these six stocks.
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