While Starbucks remains the king of the coffee space, Dunkin' has had a hell of a year so far, and might just catch up.
News & Analysis: Dunkin' Brands Group
Big food chains are an overwhelmingly American affair and a big brand export. That makes restaurant stocks a popular investment choice as well.
The companies that dominate this massive restaurant niche are investor favorites.
Doughnuts, streaming TV, and faster content delivery are the keys behind some of the stocks that hit all-time highs this past week.
Popular additions to the coffee-and-donut chain's beverage menu helped drive comps higher at U.S. locations.
DNKN earnings call for the period ending June 30, 2019.
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The coffee-and-doughnuts chain is joining the crowd in this hot restaurant industry trend.
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