E Daily Stock Analysis: Domino's Pizza Group

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Domino's Pizza Group PLC has the ticker symbol DPUKY and is a mid-cap member of the consumer cyclical sector as a restaurant firm. This is my first report on Domino's Pizza Group PLC for this Vista folio or any of my other five folios for that matter.

Domino's Pizza Group PLC is a Domino's Pizza franchisee that has the exclusive rights to Domino's restaurants in the United Kingdom, Republic of Ireland, Switzerland, Liechtenstein, and Luxembourg. 

It typically sub franchises its rights to other franchisees who operate the stores in these regions. The company earns royalty revenue on its franchisees' sales. It also pays royalties to Domino's Pizza Inc. 

Other sources of revenue come from subleasing stores and reselling supplies--Domino's Pizza Group leases the stores and then subleases to its franchisees; it also buys all ingredients from suppliers and then sells those supplies to its franchisees.

It operates 1,147 stores in the United Kingdom and 54 stores in the Republic of Ireland. 

The company was formerly known as Domino's Pizza UK & IRL plc and changed its name to Domino's Pizza Group plc in May 2012. 

Domino's Pizza Group plc was founded in 1960 and is headquartered in Milton Keynes, the United Kingdom.

Three key data points gauge dividend equities or funds like Domino's Pizza Group PLC:

(1) Price

(2) Dividends

(3) Returns

Those three basic keys best tell whether a company has made, is making, and will make money. 

DPUKY Price

Domino's Group's price per share closed at $11.42 Friday. One year ago its price was $8.67.  Thus, the price per share has grown 31.7% as it recovered from last year's Covid market slump. 

Should Domino's Pizza Group PLC  stock trade in the range of $7 to $14.00 this year, its recent $11.42 price might rise by $0.68 to reach $12.10 by May 11, 2022. My estimate is based on the average share price annual increase over the past nine years.

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