The fast-food king faces increasingly fierce competition and a soft global economy, but its stock is still worth a buy.
But the stock, down more than 13% since January, is still a good value.
In many cases, Dunkin' Donuts locations are staying open while most other stores and restaurants in the storm's path have closed.
The company's new interest in selling franchises broils short-term profits, but could protect it from the fickle fast-food market.
The chain has one of the better balance sheets and returns on equity, as well as a relatively low valuation within the sector.
Want fries with that? How quickly companies ask can be important to consumers.
Goodyear Tire is downgraded to 'hold,' and Expedia is upgraded to 'buy.'
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