JACK has announced dividends of $0.40 per share for fiscal 2Q17, which represents a dividend yield of ~1.5% at a payout ratio of 38.1%.
Qdoba Mexican Eats, operating under the umbrella of Jack in the Box (JACK), posted systemwide SSSG (or same-store sales growth) of -3.2%.
In fiscal 2Q17 alone, Qdoba opened 25 new restaurants and closed seven restaurants.
The Jack in the Box brand, operating under the umbrella of Jack in the Box (JACK), posted a systemwide SSSG of -0.8%.
For the next four quarters, analysts expect JACK to post revenues of ~$1.5 billion, which represents a decline of 7.1% from ~$1.6 billion in the corresponding quarters in 2016.
Jack in the Box (JACK) posted its fiscal 2Q17 earnings on May 16, 2017. JACK posted adjusted EPS of $0.98 on revenues of $369.4 million.
Walmart (WMT) stock was trading at a 12-month forward PE multiple of 17.9x on May 19, 2017.
Walmart’s (WMT) Sam’s Club reported better-than-expected comps growth in fiscal 1Q18 thanks to the company’s strategic efforts to drive traffic and strong e-commerce sales.
Walmart’s (WMT) US segment continued with its healthy performance in fiscal 1Q18.
Walmart’s (WMT) international segment continues to be impacted by the strong US (SPY) dollar.
Walmart’s (WMT) fiscal 1Q18 sales of $117.5 billion missed the analysts’ estimate marginally.
Despite increased competition from Amazon (AMZN) in the grocery segment, Walmart benefitted from the strategic investments it has made in the past couple of years.
Walmart (WMT) stock rose 5% in the two trading days following the company’s better-than-expected fiscal 1Q18 earnings per share.
Of the 45 analysts covering Salesforce, 41 have given it a “buy” recommendation, while only one has recommended a “sell.”
For Seadrill, two analysts recommended a “buy” and two recommended a “hold.” Five analysts recommended a “sell” and one recommended a “strong sell.”
Analysts expect Seadrill’s EBITDA to fall 20% in 1Q17. Analysts estimate that its 1Q17 EBITDA will be $257 million—compared to $354 million in 4Q16.
Analysts expect Seadrill’s (SDRL) revenue to be just over $546 million in 1Q17—an 18% fall from its 4Q16 revenue of $667 million and a fall of 38% YoY.
Seadrill’s (SDRL) stock price fell more than 84% from the beginning of 2017 to May 18, 2017. The stock fell more than other offshore drillers.
Seadrill will release its 1Q17 results on May 24. In 4Q16, Seadrill’s revenue was $667 million—nearly 10% lower than revenue of $743 million in 3Q16.
As of May 17, TJX Companies was trading at a 12-month forward PE ratio of 18.8x. The company’s valuation multiple fell 5.9% to 18.5x on May 16.