57.80 +0.71 (1.24%)
After hours: 6:31PM EDT
|Bid||57.11 x 800|
|Ask||57.90 x 800|
|Day's range||56.14 - 57.24|
|52-week range||25.08 - 79.46|
|Beta (5Y monthly)||1.37|
|PE ratio (TTM)||24.66|
|Forward dividend & yield||2.08 (3.73%)|
|Ex-dividend date||16 Jun 2020|
|1y target est||70.50|
Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen, a subsidiary brand of Restaurant Brands International (NYSE: QSR) or RBI, is using its chicken sandwich profits as a springboard for a major makeover and global expansion. Upcoming plans include a push into new markets, further development in existing international markets, and a total redo of the look of everything from food wrappers to restaurant architecture and signage. Consumers' skyrocketing hunger for chicken sandwiches proved strong enough for Popeyes to come through even the COVID-19 pandemic relatively unscathed.
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Chowing down on chicken appears to be a nearly pandemic-proof trend in the U.S., as Restaurant Brands International (NYSE: QSR) reported today. The company detailed a more than 40% increase in same-store sales at Popeyes "as of the third full week in May." Even with the coronavirus on the loose in March, the restaurant's sales remained flat year over year rather than declining, unlike RBI's other major brands and its competitors. According to the same SEC filing, sales at Burger King and Tim Hortons, RBI's two other main brands, are still posting negative same-store sales figures year over year, but have improved from the second half of March.
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States across the U.S. are beginning to reopen parts of their economies, and a surprising number of consumers are willing to visit restaurants as soon as they reopen, according to a new survey by Piper Sandler.
In an open letter published this morning, Restaurant Brands International (NYSE: QSR) described the changes it's making to reassure customers and staff of their health and safety as it begins the process of reopening. RBI, parent company of the well-known Burger King, Popeyes, and Tim Hortons brands, closed its dining rooms during March in accordance with government orders intended to slow the spread of COVID-19. The safety steps assist in protecting customers while letting them enjoy a normal dine-in meal at the restaurants.
(Bloomberg) -- Tencent Holdings Ltd. is backing a big expansion by coffee and doughnut chain Tim Hortons across China, making its latest investment in physical retail to shore up its WeChat mobile payments network.China’s largest social media and gaming company is investing an unspecified amount in a Chinese outfit run jointly by Restaurant Brands International Inc. and the Cartesian Capital Group, the joint venture said in a statement. As part of the agreement, the internet giant will help the Canadian chain expand to some 1,500 outlets across the country from roughly 50 now, while digitizing operations and logistics.Tencent and Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. are increasingly butting heads in brick-and-mortar retail, where they hope to overhaul outmoded operations through the use of data analysis and online payments. Enlisting nationwide merchants with high volumes has proven key to the competition between WeChat Pay and Alibaba-backed Alipay, which remains the leader in mobile transactions. Tencent signed a similar partnership agreement in 2018 with Luckin Coffee to explore new-fangled concepts from robotic delivery to payments using facial recognition, but the latter company has since been battered by an accounting probe. Alibaba has teamed up with Starbucks Corp. on delivery.China may provide a boost for a brand that has struggled to expand internationally. Restaurant Brands -- which also owns the Burger King and Popeyes names -- set up the first Tim Hortons in Shanghai in 2019 and the financial hub remains a sliver of the brand’s global network of some 4,800 outlets.Read more: Tencent and Alibaba Bring Their Battle for Supremacy to CoffeeFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2020 Bloomberg L.P.
With that, I will now turn the call over to our chairman and CEO, Dan Accordino. As you will recall from our Q4 call, we began 2020 with optimism with respect to what we intended to accomplish this year in improving operations across our restaurants, resetting our priorities in terms of capital allocation, and generating free cash flow.
At this time, I would like to welcome everyone to the FY 2020 first-quarter financial results conference call. To access the press release and the financial results details, please see the Investor Relations and News section of our website at www.partech.com.
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Good morning everyone, and welcome to Restaurant Brands International's earnings call for the first quarter ended March 31st, 2020. Joining me on the call today are Restaurant Brands International's CEO, Jose Cil; COO, Josh Kobza; and CFO, Matt Dunnigan.