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Deutsche Bank reissues “Buy” rating on McDonald Co.

McDonald’s Co. (MCD) reiterated a buy rating at Deutsche Bank on Thursday. 

Many research firms currently weigh in on the MCD stock. Morgan Stanley issued a price objective of $108.00 and set a rating of “neutral” on October 26th. Independent Research GmbH reaffirmed a rating of “sell” and gave a price objective of $92.00 on October 26th. Cleveland Research restated a rating of buy on December 21st. Guggenheim lifted a rating of buy and gave a price objective of $127.00, which was up from $125.00 on December 23rd. Lastly, JPMorgan Chase & Co. increased their price objective from $102.00 to $117.00 and set a rating of “overweight” on October 23rd. 

One analyst of which set a sell rating on the stock, nine affirmed a rating of hold, and sixteen assigned a rating of buy. The consensus rating of the stock currently settled at “Buy” along with an average price objective of $118.75.


Company shares of MCD traded at 117.84 on Thursday session. The stock registered a $87.50 12-month low, while $120.23 of 12-month high. The market cap of the firm stands at $108.20 billion along with a 25.52 P/E ratio. It posted a $117 50-day moving average and a $105.88 200-day moving average. 

MCD recently issued its financial earnings for the quarter on October 22nd. It posted a quarterly EPS of $1.40, beating the analysts’ consensus estimate of $1.28 by $0.12. About $6.62 million during the quarter was earned by the company, topping the consensus estimate of $6.41 billion. The fast-food giant’s revenue decline by 5.3% on a year-over-year basis. Amid the same period prior year, it posted an earnings per share of $1.51. Analysts are expecting MCD to post an earnings per share of $4.87 for the current year. 

On the November 13th transaction, VP Jose Armario sold 15,000 shares. The average price of the sold shares settled at $112.14 with a total value of $1,682,100.00. After the acquisition, the vice president currently owns about 7,932 shares amounting to $889,494.48. The transaction was disclosed in a Form 4 Filing with the Securities & Exchange Commission (SEC). Moreover, on the November 11th transaction, CFO Kevin M. Ozan sold 3,463 shares. The average price of the sold shares settled at $113.74 with a total value of $393,881.62. After the completion, the chief financial now owns 8,280 shares valuing at $941,767.20.


McDonald’s Corporation run and franchises McDonald’s restaurants. The Company’s global system includes Company-owned and franchised restaurants. Its business operates on a distinct geographic segment, which includes the United States; Europe, and Asia/Pacific, Middle East and Africa. Business operations throughout Canada, as well as Canada and the company’s Corporate activities are reported in Other Countries & Corporate. It offers significantly uniform menu, such as hamburgers and cheeseburgers, Big Mac, Quarter Pounder with Cheese, Filet-O-Fish, many chicken sandwiches, Chicken McNuggets, wraps, French fries, salads, oatmeal, shake, McFlurry desserts, sundaes, soft serve cones, pies, soft drinks, coffee, beverages like McCafe and other. The franchised restaurants of the Company are owned and run either in conventional franchise, developmental license or affiliate.

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