The fast food giant is expected to grow in a much positive way in the near future which is why it has been upgraded by Deutsche analysts
McDonald’s Corporation has been having a great time on the stock index lately. Analysts believe that the management of the company has been carrying out the turnaround plan in the most effective manner, minus some loopholes here and there. The food company is scheduled to keep its investors day on November 10, which is going to update the concerned individuals in the company about where it is now headed and how it has been performing so far in the year. Shareholders of the giant are reportedly looking forward to know different plans and initiatives that the fast good makers will be taking to bring about a positive change to the share price in the future as well.
McDonald’s shareholders have been enjoying a stronger quarter of the company after a really long time and now the hopes and expectations have begun to form a momentum that is majorly supported by the turnaround plan, which was started by Steve Easterbrook on a few months back. This growth of the fast food giant is being considered as a new era for the company to obtain sustainability in improved ways, something that was clearly not being handled correctly in the past.
At the Investor Day event that will be held by McDonald’s management, the expectations of the shareholders revolve around getting an update about how it is going to handle refranchising in the upcoming quarter and fiscal year and how things will turn out to be for the investors to look forward to. On the other hand, the shareholders will also be looking at facts and figures for the giant to present to them in regard to the earnings and revenue it is expecting to attain in the coming fiscal period and how it will turn out.
However, equity firms like Deutsche Bank and Credit Suisse have turned out to be rather bullish about where McDonald’s business seems to be headed towards and believe that the shares of the company deserve a plain ‘buy’ rating. Analysts at Deutsche are also of the opinion that a bearish outlook for the food giant does not make much sense as now it is carrying out a much better business than it was previously doing. The price target has also been set at $130 according to the same analysts. As far as Credit Suisse analysts are concerned, the price target presented to the company has come out to be around $118, which shows their positive sentiments towards the stock.