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Cracker Barrel Q1 Earnings: Beating Expectations

Mid capSouthern chicken restaurant stock Cracker Barrel Old Country Store, Inc (NASDAQ: CBRL) reportedearnings for fiscal Q1 2018 (ended October 27, 2017) before the market opened with results topping Wall Street expectations. Total revenue rose 0.1%to $710.4 million as comparable store restaurant sales increased 0.2%, including a 2.0% increase in average check partially offset by a 1.8% decrease....More>>>

Zoe’s Kitchen Q1 Earnings: Lower Guidance is Sinking Shares

Small cap Mediterranean restaurant stock Zoe’s Kitchen Inc (NYSE: ZOES) reported Q1 2017 earnings after the market closed yesterday withresults basically meeting Wall Street expectations, but shares are sinking more than 10% in premarket trading. Total revenue increased 12.6% to $90.6 million as comparable restaurant sales decreased 3.3% consisting of a 4.6% decrease in transactions....More>>>

Cracker Barrel Q3 Earnings: Revenue Flat, Earnings Down Slightly

Mid capSouthern chicken restaurant stock Cracker Barrel Old Country Store, Inc (NASDAQ: CBRL) reported Q3 earnings before the market opened this morning.Total revenue was flat at $700.4 million as comparable store restaurant sales decreased 0.4% as a 2.1% decline in comparable store restaurant traffic was partially offset by a 1.7% increase in average check. The average menu price increase....More>>>

Zoe’s Kitchen Q1 Earnings: Lower Guidance is Sinking Shares

Small cap Mediterranean restaurant stock Zoe’s Kitchen Inc (NYSE: ZOES) reported Q1 2017 earnings after the market closed yesterday withresults basically meeting Wall Street expectations, but shares are sinking more than 10% in premarket trading. Total revenue increased 12.6% to $90.6 million as comparable restaurant sales decreased 3.3% consisting of a 4.6% decrease in transactions....More>>>

Why Zoe's Kitchen, GOL, and Sarepta Therapeutics Slumped Today”

Overall, stocks did well on Monday, and the Dow climbed 90 points even as other major benchmarks posted similar or slightly larger percentage gains. Market participants seemed to be heartened by President Trump’s performance on the first overseas visit of his administration over the weekend, and most investors were content to wait for clearer gauges of whether the U.S. economy is....More>>>