McDonald’s: Dividend Growth At A Price


  • Wage inflation and food costs are shrinking margins.
  • So far, customers are absorbing price hikes: however, that could change if a recession hits.
  • Despite the headwinds, Q4 results beat analysts’ estimates.

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McDonald’s Corporation (NYSE:MCD) is the world’s largest restaurant chain by revenue. With the recent announcement that the company is adding stores, that crown will not pass to a rival in the foreseeable future.

However, in spite

Restaurant sales trends

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