More reaction to Yum Brands (YUM): The announcement that sales could slip in China for the first...
More reaction to Yum Brands (YUM): The announcement that sales could slip in China for the first time since Q4 of 2009 is "very surprising" to analysts expecting the growth train to roar on. Raymond James doesn't mince words, saying the drop off in China traffic creates "significant visibility issues" for profits. Shares of YUM are stumbling, -9.7% premarket to $67.28.
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