Domino’s (DPZ) International business is larger than the U.S. business, and the company continues to expand the lead overseas.
Domino’s (DPZ) had stellar results a year-ago duet pandemic lockdowns. Surprisingly, that momentum has continued.
Domino’s (DPZ) has a catalyst on the way with self-driving deliveries. But in the meantime, profit growht looks slow.
Domino’s (DPZ) delivered yet another solid qtr with profits up 21%, revenue up 18% and same store sales up 14%.
Domino’s (DPZ) just had a great qtr profitwise, but sales growth wasn’t great. Have the stores maxed out?
One company that continues to operate during the Coronavirus is Domino’s (DPZ), which continues to deliver.
Domino’s Pizza (DPZ) bounced back this qtr as the food delivery companies are having trouble making money.
With rising competition from food delivery apps, is Domino’s Pizza (DPZ) still delivering? Let’s look inside the numbers.
Domino’s (DPZ) continues to deliver the goods, as profits rose 54% last qtr. But Sharek thinks profit growth could slow to 21% next year.
Domino’s (DPZ) has gone up ten-fold in six years. But the stock is off its highs on news International sales growth has slowed. But the P/E ratio is still high.
Domino’s Pizza (DPZ) expected to report qtrly profits (EPS):
Estimates: $2.88 vs. $2.49 = +16%
Domino’s Pizza (DPZ ) reports qtrly profits (EPS):
Reported: $3.12 vs. $2.99 = +4%
Estimates: $2.86 vs. $2.99 = -4%
Beat the street by $0.26
Revenue increased 12%
Dominos (DPZ) reports qtrly profits (EPS):
Reported: $3.00 vs. $3.07 = -2%
Estimates: $2.93 vs. $3.07 = -5%
Beat the street by $0.07
Revenue increased 13%
Domino’s (DPZ) reports qtrly profits (EPS):
Reported: $3.46 vs. $3.13 = +11%
Estimates: $3.88 vs. $3.13 = +24%
Missed the street by $0.42
Revenue grew 18%