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McDonald’s Beats 4th Quarter Estimates

January 30, 2018: 12:00 AM EST
McDonald’s profit totaled $698.7 million ($0.87 a share) on $5.34 billion in revenue in the 4th quarter that ended December 31. Adjusted earnings were $1.71 per share, which beat the Wall Street forecast of $1.59 per share, as did revenue performance. U.S. same-store sales were up 4.5 percent during the quarter, due mainly to the two-for-$5 special known as McPick 2, to soda promotions, and to new Buttermilk Crispy Tenders. Early in the New Year, the company revived its McDonald's revived its popular Dollar Menu with $1, $2, and $3 items. One retail analyst called value meals a "necessary evil," however, because they lower profits and hurt sales of more expensive items even though they draw more customers.  [Image Credit: ©   McDonald's   ]
Joseph Pisani, "McDonald's Boosted by Value Meals and New Chicken Snack", Chicago Tribune, January 30, 2018, © Chicago Tribune
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