Thu, Jul. 23, 8:13 AM
- McDonald's (NYSE:MCD) reports global comparable-store sales fell 0.7% in Q2.
- The U.S. comp was -2% on negative traffic, while APMEA was -4.5% and Europe +1.2%.
- Operating margin growth: U.S -6%, Europe -20%, APMEA -26%.
- Foreign currency swings cut into total revenue by eleven percentage points, turning a +1% gain to a -10% drop.
- SG&A expenses -6% to $592.4M.
- The company says it expects positive global comparable-store sales in Q3 with a return of momentum in China a factor.
- The restaurant chain will continue to test the all-day breakfast initiative.
- Previously: McDonald's beats by $0.02, beats on revenue
- MCD -0.24% premarket to $97.35.
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Wed, Apr. 22, 8:07 AM
- Global comparable-store sales fell 2.3% for McDonald's (NYSE:MCD) in Q1.
- Foreign exchange swings cut into revenue by 10 full percentage points.
- Comparable-store sales fell in each of the company's geographic regions (U.S. -2.6%, Europe -0.6%, APMEA -8.3%) on weak traffic patterns.
- SG&A expenses fell 6% to $583M during the quarter.
- Total operating expenses were 4% lower to $4.573B which may have helped the company beat EPS estimates.
- The company says a turnaround plan will be detailed on May 4. CEO Steve Easterbrook quotes McDonald's founder Ray Kroc in saying "taking risks" is part of the new operating paradigm.
- MCD +0.82% premarket to $95.61.
Wed, Apr. 22, 8:02 AM
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Fri, Jan. 23, 8:16 AM
- McDonald's (NYSE:MCD) reports global comparable-store sales fell 0.9% in Q4 on soft traffic trends across geographic segments.
- The U.S. comp was down 1.7% in a restaurant sector heading in the other direction (see: Restaurant comps ignited off of $2 gas effect).
- The APMEA comp fell 4.8% on a steep traffic decline amid continued blowback from supplier issues.
- SG&A expenses +5.5% to $662.5M due in part to spending on "positioning" for the future.
- The company heads into 2015 with its lowest capital expenditure budget in five years at $2.0B.
- CEO Don Thompson uses the words "adapting" and "evolve" again in his summary, but warns on further pressure on sales through the first half of the year.
- MCD +1.7% premarket to $92.44.
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Jul. 22, 2014, 9:46 AM
- McDonald's (MCD -2.3%) opens lower after reporting a 1% Y/Y drop in Q2 earnings, which also came in below expectations,
- Global comparable sales from Q2 were relatively flat vs. expectations of a 0.8% gain, reflecting negative guest traffic in all major segments: Same-store U.S. sales fell 1.5% vs. estimates of a 0.3% decline, reflecting negative comparable guest traffic amid "ongoing broad-based challenges," same-store Europe sales fell 1% vs. expectations for 0.7% growth, and Asia/Pacific same-store sales rose 1.1% vs. estimates for 1.5% growth as China sales remain strong.
- Continuing strength in China is questionable following MCD's entanglement in another Chinese food safety scandal; Forbes’ Brian Solomon says, “If, as they have in the past, Chinese customers again spurn fast food chains associated with safety problems, it could negatively impact the earnings for McDonald’s.”
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