|Bid||279.70 x 0|
|Ask||280.40 x 0|
|Day's range||273.43 - 281.30|
|52-week range||218.90 - 301.00|
|Beta (3Y monthly)||1.13|
|PE ratio (TTM)||33.80|
|Earnings date||5 Aug 2019 - 9 Aug 2019|
|Forward dividend & yield||0.10 (3.63%)|
|1y target est||314.67|
Domino's Pizza Group Plc, Britain's biggest pizza delivery company, on Thursday said it would quit its loss-making international operations, sending shares higher in early trade. The decision to exit four European markets comes a few months after the company announced CEO David Wild would retire, in the midst of a row with disgruntled franchisees in the UK and Ireland over commercial terms. The British company - which is itself a franchise of U.S.-based Domino's Pizza Inc - owns Domino's operations in Switzerland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden, and owns a minority stake in its German operations.
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Domino’s reported a disappointing third-quarter financial performance on Tuesday. Domino’s stock pared the initial losses and closed about 5% higher.
Chief Financial Officer Jeffrey Lawrence said he now expected general and administrative expenses to be between $380 million and $385 million in 2019, down from a previous range of $390 million to $395 million. The company earned $2.05 per share in the third quarter ended Sept. 8, missing expectations by 2 cents.
Domino’s stock has underperformed its peers. The stock has fallen 2.3% YTD as of Monday. The company reported disappointing third-quarter results.
Domino’s is scheduled to report its third-quarter results on Tuesday. The company’s revenues could benefit from same-store sales growth and new stores.
The company's adjusted margin for earnings before interest tax, depreciation and amortisation (EBITDA) slipped to 7.2% from 7.9% a year earlier, with margins in Russia, which accounts for 39% of its system sales, down to 3.4% from 4.8%. Its system sales, comprising both sales at its corporate and franchised stores, grew 26.4% to 645.4 million lira, driven by new store openings. Shares in the biggest pizza delivery chain in Turkey and third-largest in Russia plunged last year on concerns about economic challenges in its main markets and are down 9% so far this year.
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Domino's Pizza announced the retirement of Chief Executive Officer David Wild on Tuesday and said it was in talks with its franchisees to resolve a row over profit sharing, sending its shares up as much as 8.6%. The company said a succession plan was underway, without giving further details, although Sky News had reported in late June that Domino's was considering Andrew Rennie, the head of the European business at Domino's Pizza Enterprises, for the role.
The company said a succession plan was underway, without giving further details, although Sky News had reported in late June that Domino's was considering Andrew Rennie, the head of the European business at Domino's Pizza Enterprises , for the role. Domino's had said in March it was considering replacing its CEO and chairman in the wake of the Financial Reporting Council's revised corporate code that emphasises the need for boards to refresh themselves, become diverse and plan properly for replacing top jobs.
Domino's Pizza Group plc (LON:DOM), which is in the hospitality business, and is based in United Kingdom, saw a...