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Here's what you need to know now for Thursday, Feb. 15.
One of the hottest new trades on Wall Street: When the dollar is weak stock prices rise. Also, McDonald's is changing up its Happy Meals - it's about time.
McDonald's is making more changes to its Happy Meal. The company should just take the sales hit and kill the Happy Meal once and for all.
U.S. stock futures are rising Thursday, with markets poised to trade higher for a fifth straight session.
As McDonald's makes a pretty historic change to its 'Happy Meal,' take a look at the 'healthy' options available on the kids' menus of the most popular fast food restaurants.
Hopefully, someday you'll love anything as much as Warren Buffett loves Apple. These are the stories you must watch Thursday.
Company expands commitment with Alliance for a Healthier Generation by setting bold goals in 120 markets around the world to evolve the Happy Meal menu
Chipotle has a new CEO in the now former leader of Yum! Brands' Taco Bell chain. He is the right guy for the job. Meanwhile, why is Apple's stock still rallying?
Technicals and fundamentals align on these large-cap, currency and sector-specific plays.
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But rate increases could still derail the action.
All three Yum brands -- KFC, Taco Bell and Pizza Hut -- saw same-store sales rise in 2017.
Chipotle's earnings beat expectations, but the stock looks expensive.
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For the big game this year, Wendy's is using McDonald's own words against it.
Corrections in McDonalds have largely been sideways affairs, or shallow and brief dips.
The fast food chain will spend $2.4 billion on self-serve kiosks and news restaurants in 2018.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell over 400 points at one point on Tuesday. The two factors driving the declines were a rising 10-Year Treasury yield and lackluster earnings from McDonald's.
The Dow, S&P 500 and Nasdaq all lost ground on Tuesday.
TheStreet's founder and Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer weighs in on Tuesday's trending topics.
The world's largest restaurant chain posts a six-year record in global comp sales.
The Dow is poised for its second consecutive triple-digit decline Tuesday as global investors pull back from record high stocks amid a rise in government bond yields and concerns over valuations in the tech sector.
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