Of the 17 analysts tracking Jack in the Box, 52.9% recommend a “buy,” while 41.2% recommend a “hold,” and 5.9% recommend a “sell.”
As of December 1, 2017, the company was trading at a valuation multiple of 21.9x, compared with 21.3x before the announcement of its fiscal 4Q17 earnings.
For fiscal 4Q17, Jack in the Box (JACK) reported EPS (earnings per share) of $1.01.
For fiscal 4Q17, Jack in the Box (JACK) has reported EBIT (earnings before interest and tax) of $46.3 million, which represents an EBIT margin of 13.7%.
By the end of fiscal 4Q17, Jack in the Box’s (JACK) Jack in the Box brand operated 276 company-owned restaurants and 1,975 franchised restaurants.
For fiscal 4Q17, Jack in the Box’s (JACK) Qdoba Mexican Eats brand reported systemwide SSSG (same-store sales growth) of -2.1%.
For fiscal 4Q17, Jack in the Box’s (JACK) Jack in the Box brand reported systemwide SSSG (same-store sales growth) of -1.0%.
For fiscal 4Q17, Jack in the Box (JACK) posted revenues of $338.8 million, which was 1.1% lower than the analysts’ estimate of $342.5 million.
For fiscal 4Q17, JACK posted adjusted EPS of $0.73 on revenues of $338.8 million, which represents a YoY EPS fall of 29.1% and a YoY revenue fall of 15.0%.
According to the latest data compiled by Reuters, ~32% of the analysts covering Tesla stock gave it a “buy,” 32% gave it a “hold,” and 36% gave it a “sell.”
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Tesla’s biggest quarterly loss in 3Q17 and its struggle to resolve Model 3 production issues gave Tesla bears an opportunity to raise their voice.
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