solid wide-moat name. Stipp: Lastly, Chipotle reported another great quarter, but ..... your head. Glaser: I think it is. Chipotle did have a great quarter. Over 13 ..... Right now, R.J. Hottovy, who covers Chipotle for us, basically says that it's priced
as improved quality and nimble service proves hard for consumers to ignore. A smashing 13% gain in comp sales by Chipotle ( CMG -4.2% ) in Q1 demonstrates the ability of the fast-casual superstars ( NDLS , PNRA ) to continue to carve out
April 17 (Reuters) - Chipotle Mexican Grill Inc on Thursday said it will increase menu prices for the first time in nearly three years, fueled by all-time high costs for steak as well increasingly expensive avocados and cheese.
declines in a number of high-profile names. IBM -3.4% , Google -4.5% , American Express -2% , and Chipotle Mexican Grill -1.9% . United Health -3.7% , and leading health insurer stocks lower amid dour comments on Medicare rate
Shares of Zoe's Kitchen ( ZOES +6.8% ) races higher after Chipotle shows a bit of sizzle with its comp sales growth in Q1. The fast-casual chain is viewed as having plenty of upside with only
Chipotle ( CMG ) expects to open 180 to 195 new restaurants ..... year. The wild card in the mix is if Chipotle were to raise prices which could take ..... Previous: Traffic up, margins down at Chipotle . CMG +1.0% premarket Post your comment
Chipotle ( CMG ) reports comparable-restaurant sales rose a sizzling 13.4% in Q1 on ..... by the board comes on top of the $77M still available on an old line. CMG +3.7% premarket Post your comment!
Chipotle Mexican Grill ( CMG ): Q1 EPS of $2.64 misses by $0.21 . Revenue of $904.2M (+24.4% Y/Y) beats by $30.37M . Press Release 1 comment!
reports from Google and IBM last night, and ahead of results before the bell from GE, Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley, and Chipotle , among others. Failing to respond to yesterday's rally in the States, Europe is moderately lower and Asia was little
Wall Street Breakfast Editors submit: Economy Low inflation is a larger threat to the U.S. economy than rising prices, said Janet Yellen in her second public speech since taking the reins at the Fed. Being careful not to talk timing after her "six months" remark in her initial post-FOMC press ...