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Can S&P Earnings Growth Continue On Its Blazing Path?
Article By: Tematica Research
Sunday, October 29, 2017 5:38 PM EST
The market is likely to be somewhat schizophrenic in the days ahead, reacting to the news of the day. With more than 2,000 companies reporting over the next 10 trading days, the market will continue to move between losses and gains near-term.
In this article: AAPL, SBUX, CAT, GE, HON, MMM, WHR, WMT, AMZN, FB, AGCO, K, V, MDLZ, PYPL, CNHI, CZR, FIT, BBRG, CAKE, DENN, HABT, BOJA
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The Habit Restaurants, Inc.: Stock Shares Increase On Impressive Q4 Earnings
Article By: TickerTV
Monday, March 6, 2017 12:12 PM EST
The Habit Restaurants, Inc. yesterday reported fourth quarter earnings of $0.07 per share, which beat same quarter last year earnings of $0.04 per share. HABT closed trading yesterday at $13.80 and spiked up after market to $15.30.
In this article: HABT
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5 Restaurant Stocks Firing On All Cylinders Since IPO
Article By: Zacks Investment Research
Saturday, March 5, 2016 8:01 PM EST
“If you were unemployed last month and this month you get a job, one of the first things you’re going to do is what? Go out and eat.” Restaurants are likely to be the first ones to gain from improving economy and employment trends.
In this article: HABT, SHAK, ZOES, PLAY, WING
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Restaurants: Recognizable Realities In 2015
Article By: John Gordon
Tuesday, January 5, 2016 11:21 PM EST
The restaurant space slogged it out in 2014. Finally, with meaningful wisps of economic recovery seen in Q4 and more disposable income running in the system, hope of discretionary spending is seen.
In this article: EAT, CMG, DIN, DRI, MCD, WEN, BOBE, DENN, BLMN, LOCO, HABT, SHAK, FRSH, ZOES, QSR, NDLS, PBPB
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Five Consumer Stocks To Buy As Oil Tests $40
Article By: Zacks Investment Research
Sunday, December 6, 2015 4:26 AM EST
Lower oil prices mean that consumers in the U.S. only have to allocate a much smaller proportion of their income toward fuel costs. This is likely to benefit stocks from the retail and discretionary segments.
In this article: JCP, TAST, AMWD, TSQ, HABT Also: BNO, DBO
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