Texas Roadhouse , Inc . ( TXRH ) declares $0.12/share quarterly dividend , in line with previous. Forward yield 1.75% Payable Dec. 27; for shareholders of record Dec. 11; ex-div Dec. 9. Post your comment!
Shares of Texas Roadhouse ( TXRH +2.1% ) are halted with news pending. The company is scheduled to post its Q3 report after the market closes today. Post your comment!
By Shaun Currie, CFA : Texas Roadhouse ( TXRH ), the national chain of casual dining restaurants, has had ..... recent slowdown in consumer spending trends and the fact that TXRH is one of the most EPS sensitive restaurant chains to changes
stocks mentioned: Campbell Soup ( CPB ), Tim Hortons ( THI ), Dunkin' Brands ( DNKN ), Krispy Kreme ( KKD ), Texas Roadhouse ( TXRH ), Bloomin' Brands ( BLMN ) Food stocks, along with other dividend stocks, were sold off when people were
heightened food costs, Texas Roadhouse was able to not only ..... costs for livestock. Texas Roadhouse has raised menu prices ..... restaurants like Texas Roadhouse are subject to the ..... margins. Even though Texas Roadhouse must endure tough
activity in the months to come. Additionally, based on recent results from rivals such as Bloomin' Brands BLMN and Texas Roadhouse TXRH , Darden still faces stiff competition in re-establishing same-restaurant traffic trends. Based strictly on
Texas Roadhouse TXRH posted fourth-quarter results that ..... moat rating. In the fourth quarter, Texas Roadhouse delivered 12% revenue growth on the ..... weighted share count. Looking ahead, Texas Roadhouse will once again face pressure from
money is allocated for internal growth. Based on valuation metrics (see 'compare' below), CHUY is priced between Texas Roadhouse on the low side and BJ's Restaurants on the high side. Conclusion Recent IPOs have been priced to Complete Story
While Texas Roadhouse TXRH is admittedly facing strong pressure from elevated food costs ..... fair value estimate under review as we reassess our outlook for Texas Roadhouse . In the fourth quarter, sales climbed 13% on the back of same
restaurant sector, where investors over-enthusiasm tends to swell PEs.” The article goes on to remind us of Texas Roadhouse ( TXRH ) and Peet’s Coffee & Tea (PEET) which made their IPO investors very happy indeed for a short time... until their prices