Yum China Holdings Inc's market capitalization of $23,743,280,777 is ahead of 91.11% of US-listed equities.
YUMC's one year PEG ratio, measuring expected growth in earnings next year relative to current common stock price is 378.28 -- higher than 91.38% of US-listed equities with positive expected earnings growth.
Yum China Holdings Inc's stock had its IPO on October 17, 2016, making it an older stock than just 14.55% of US equities in our set.
If you're looking for stocks that are quantitatively similar to Yum China Holdings Inc, a group of peers worth examining would be VIPS, STT, FLT, AMED, and TU.
As of November 1, 2016, Yum China Holdings, Inc. became a licensee of Yum! Brands in Mainland China. Yum China has exclusive rights to KFC, China’s leading quick-service restaurant concept, Pizza Hut, the leading casual dining brand, and Taco Bell, which is expanding globally but is not yet in China. It also owns the Little Sheep and East Dawning concepts.
The two Chinese companies joined the march that began with Alibaba’s US$13 billion secondary listing in Hong Kong last November, the first such stock offer on the city’s bourse. That was followed in quick order by NetEase, JD. Com and Yum China Holdings, which together raised US$10 billion to help Hong Kong catch up with New York as the worlds favourite IPO destination this year.
The number of U.S.-listed Chinese companies securing secondary listings in Hong Kong are growing, as Yum China (YUMC) joined the group after raising the equivalent of $2.2B by selling new stock.Despite the hype, the restaurant chain, which operates KFC, Taco Bell and Pizza Hut in China, made a lackluster debut,...
Fast food restaurant company Yum China Holdings Inc (NYSE: YUMC ) trading debut on Tuesday began on a low key when the stock slipped 4.76% lower. Listed under the ticker “9987” on the Hong Kong Exchange, Yum China's stock closed the first day of trading 3.7% lower at HKD 396.60 ($ 51.17). What Happened: Yum China generated $2.2 billion in its initial public offering by issuing 41.9 million shares in Hong Kong at approximately $53.16, according to Bloomberg. … Full story available on Benzinga.com
Yum China Holdings, the owner of the KFC and Pizza Hut restaurant chains in China, got off to a bumpy start in its Hong Kong trading debut when its stock became the first in a long while to open at a loss.Shares of the Shanghai-based company began trading at HK$410, a slight discount to the HK$412 that they were offered at in their HK$17.27 billion (US$2.23 billion) secondary listing on the Hong Kong stock exchange. The stock fell by as much as 6.3 per cent to an intraday low of HK$386.20 in…