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Badly missed sales plans in the U.S. were the norm for restaurants like McDonald's and Starbucks in the second quarter, signaling the economy may be in worse shape than expected.
A crazy election season is damaging the American brand, says Harley-Davidson CEO Matt Levatich.
Most folks expect this move higher tomorrow because the Bank of Japan is anticipated to deliver a stimulus package.
Harley-Davidson managed to claw back market share in the U.S. after over a year of dealing with tough competition.
What used to be a kiss of death barely elicits a shrug from the market.
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McDonald's is likely to bounce back after negative earnings and a huge drop in stock price. Here's a trade that could turn profitable.
Trade-Ideas LLC identified McDonald's (MCD) as a "roof leaker" (crossing below the 200-day simple moving average on higher than normal relative volume) candidate
Arby's doing better than McDonald's? Yes, in U.S. same-store sales.
The fast-food chain's stock plunged more than 4% on Tuesday after reporting disappointing results, but its overseas growth was strong.
Amidst increasing interest in healthy eating, the iconic fast food chain needs to change its image.
Asia opened mixed as investors in Japan digested positive earnings and their Chinese counterparts fretted about finding a top.
There were many earnings reports today, and many could've been worse, Cramer says.
CNBC's Susan Li discussed why McDonald's (MCD) delivered weak 2016 Q2 same-store sales growth on 'Closing Bell' today.
A wave of key earnings report out overnight and this morning swept Wall Street away on Tuesday.
The world is a tough place to do business in right now, at least according to McDonald's and Starbucks.
Stocks fluctuate Tuesday as crude closes under $43 a barrel for the first time since April.
BTIG's Peter Saleh and CNBC contributor Tim Love discussed on CNBC today McDonald's mixed 2016 Q2 earnings, released this morning.
McDonald's shares tumbled Tuesday after reporting disappointing sales growth in the U.S.
Good enough, tied with a good story, is pushing post-earnings bumps today.
TheStreet’s Jim Cramer said McDonald’s (MCD) should add new promotions and technology to its locations.
U.S. stocks retreat into the red as a number of positive and negative earnings reports keep trading choppy.
Neither impressed on earnings, but UA has a better long-term plan.
Heading into the second half of 2016, many companies remain resilient.
RBC Capital Markets' David Palmer and Barclays' Jeffrey Bernstein discussed McDonald's 2016 Q2 earnings today on CNBC.
Jim Cramer isn't a fan of McDonald's shares after its recent rally.