The doughnut maker reports second-quarter earnings -- and investors are not happy.
Stocks are lower as the market's worst month in some time looks set to have a fitting last day of trading.
The Wall Street averages are mixed and drifting at midday, as is typical for the dog days of August following the end of earnings season.
Krispy Kreme is upgraded to 'buy,' and Juniper is downgraded to 'sector perform.'
Barrick Gold is downgraded to 'neutral,' while Google and Starbucks are initiated with a 'buy.'
Krispy Kreme is the star but Dunkin' Brands and Starbucks also shine.
Its latest earnings report sent the shares to an 8-year high, but the valuation now appears to be pretty rich.
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