If you find a few gems, by all means have at it, but the risks remain high for the broader sector.
The Golden Arches shares are down a day after President Obama called for a boost to the minimum wage to $9 an hour. A coincidence? Maybe not.
Investors also eye earnings from several key US companies.
They have sold off for different reasons and are in overvalued sectors, but they look undervalued now.
Zynga is upgraded to 'buy,' and Yum Brands is downgraded to 'neutral.'
US markets seem set to rebound from their worst day since November.
With sales in the country likely to fall in January and February, the company now forecasts 2013 earnings will drop.
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