Restaurant Brands International (QSR)
$56.45 0.24 (0.42%)
19:00 EDT QSR Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
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Market Cap 14.08B
PE Ratio -
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 1.09M
Day's Range 55.80 - 56.73
52-Week Range 25.08 - 69.86
Dividend & Yield 1.56 (2.76%)
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Restaurant Brands International earnings for the first quarter of 2019 have QSR stock falling on Monday due to an EPS miss for the period.
With same-restaurant sales dipping into negative territory in February, investors buying restaurant stocks need to be choosy.
The Restaurant Brands International earnings report for the fourth quarter of 2018 has beating out some estimates for the period.
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Fans of Restaurant Brands International's (QSR) Burger King chicken nuggets are in for one heck of a deal from the restaurant chain.
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Tim Horton's is coming to China with Turkish owners, a Brazilian approach, and the patina of Canada -- all of which bodes well for Restaurant Brands International and QSR stock.
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Burger King and Budweiser are teaming up for a new take on the old 'Whassup' commercial that first aired way back in 1999.
Pretzel Chicken Fries are the newest item on Burger King's menu and they offer an update to one of the chain's previous offerings.
Overall, business has been strong for QSR, but it seems the party may be over for Restaurant Brands stock. Canadian chain Tim Horton's is struggling and is due for a makeover. And a move towards franchises may also be a headwind for QSR stock, as it leaves too much to chance.
Restaurant Brands International (QSR) stock got a boost from strong Burger King sales for the first quarter of the year.
A pullback in the QSR stock price has reduced the valuation of QSR stock, and with the growth QSR is enjoying, that pullback might be creating a buying opportunity.
Restaurant Brands International topped sales estimates and grew the bottom line, pushing QSR stock higher in Monday's early action.
Burger King, a company belonging to Restaurant Brands International (QSR), is tackling Net Neutrality with a new Whopper ad.
Burger King (QSR) is taking on McDonald's (MCD) with its Double Quarter Pound King Burger. It will have 900 calories and 54 grams of fat.
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Burger King, which belongs to Restaurant Brands International (QSR), is introducing its own take on Bitcoin with WhopperCoin.
Chipotle beat Q2 profit estimates enough to prop up CMG stock on Tuesday. But sales missed, and the numbers didn't include its recent fiasco.
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Restaurant Brands International (NYSE:QSR) together with New Red Finance launches debt offering of $500M in principal amount of first-lien senior secured notes due 2029. Proceeds, in addition of cash on hand, will be used to redeem $485M of 4.25% first-lien senior secured notes due 2024.See QSR's cash and equivalents over the past 11 quarters, ending with June quarter 2020:Stock up 2.33% pre-market.Previously: Restaurant Brands International prices $1.5B second-lien senior secured notes due 2030 (Oct.
From Seeking Alpha
OPES Acquisition's (OPES -1.0%) business combination target, BurgerFi International, has named Julio Ramirez, as CEO.Ramirez has nearly three decades of experience in the burger industry having previously served in several senior positions at Burger King, a Restaurant Brands International (QSR -1.5%) subsidiary.
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