NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- Shares of fast-food giant Wendy's (WEN - Get Report) are still struggling to find solid footing ever since Morgan Stanley analyst, John Glass, lowered his rating on the stock to "Underweight" from "Equal-weight" on March 1.While setting a $5.00 price target, Glass suggested that the company's restructuring efforts may take longer than investors expect. However, it would seem the company's actually on schedule. And if fourth-quarter earnings serve as indication, Wendy's plan to be "A Cut Above" should produce gains above what the Street expects.
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