Digital sales grew 45% at Yum! Brands Inc.

Digital sales grew 45% at Yum! Brands Inc.

The COVID-19 pandemic hurt the share price for both Yum Brands and its Yum China spinoff in 2020. However, they have since rebounded strongly as their well-established takeout and delivery services cut their reliance on in-store diners.

The stock trades at 26.1 times the company’s 2020… Read More

Buy them for post-pandemic gains

In November 2016, Yum Brands set up its Chinese operations as Yum China and gifted its investors with shares in the new company. Specifically, investors received one share of the new firm for each YUM share they held.
The COVID-19 pandemic hurt the share price for… Read More

Fast food operators ready for next phase

Shares of these two fast-food companies have held up well during the pandemic. That’s thanks in part to their already well-established takeout and delivery services. New menu items and smaller, less costly restaurants also set them for more gains.
YUM! BRANDS INC. $102 remains a buy. The… Read More