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3 Stocks to Watch Next Week McDonald’s, Procter & Gamble, and Qualcomm

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January 25 – January 29 3 Stocks to Watch Next Week McDonald’s, Procter & Gamble, and Qualcomm 1


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1) McDonald’s Corp. McDonald’s is set to report its fourth quarter results before the market open on Monday, January 25. The company expects positive comparable sales during the fourth quarter, driven by initiatives including all-day breakfast. 2


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1) McDonald’s Corp. Last Quarter Global comparable sales rose 4% year over year, with all segments reporting growth. Revenue slumped 5% to $6.62 billion due to currency issues. Operating income fell 2% year over year, but EPS rose 28% to $1.40 thanks to one-time tax items. This Quarter Analysts expect revenue to decline 5.2% year over year to $6.23 billion, along with EPS of $1.23, up 9%. McDonald’s expects all segments to post positive comparable sales growth, and the company has already guided for continued growth in 2016. 3 Source: McDonald’s, Seeking Alpha, and Yahoo Finance


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1) McDonald’s Corp. McDonald’s stock is up 26% over the past year. Comparable sales growth has returned, and initiatives such as the refranchising of 4,000 restaurants, $500 million of cost cuts, a $30 billion capital return plan, and all-day breakfast have shifted sentiment on the stock. 4


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2) Procter & Gamble Co. Procter & Gamble is set to report its fiscal second quarter results before the market open on Tuesday, January 26. Currency fluctuations have been weighing on the company’s results. An aggressive plan to divest a large number of underperforming brands has created a leaner company. 5


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2) Procter & Gamble Co. Last Quarter Revenue declined by 12% year over year, driven by currency, brand divestitures, and the deconsolidation of Venezuelan operations. Non-GAAP earnings per share declined 1% year over year to $0.98. This Quarter Analysts expect revenue to decline by 15.9% year over year to $16.95 billion. Non-GAAP earnings per share of $0.98 are expected, up from $0.95 during the prior year period. 6 Source: P&G, Seeking Alpha, and Yahoo Finance


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2) Procter & Gamble Co. Shares of P&G have slumped over the past year, no doubt driven by revenue and earnings declines. The company’s plan to divest a large number of brands is now complete, and the end result should be higher efficiency and margins. Currency could continue to hurt the headline numbers in 2016. 7


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3) Qualcomm Inc. Qualcomm is set to report its fiscal first quarter results after the market close on Wednesday, January 27. A slowing smartphone market and Apple’s strength in the high-end has pressured Qualcomm’s app processor business. 8


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3) Qualcomm Inc. Last Quarter Qualcomm reported revenue of $5.5 billion, down 18% year over year. Sales of chips dropped 25% year over year, while licensing revenue contracted by 1%. Non-GAAP EPS of $0.91, down 28% year over year. This Quarter Analysts expect revenue of $5.69 billion, down 19.8% year over year. Non-GAAP EPS is expected to fall 33% to $0.90. Qualcomm expects MSM chip shipments to decline by 9%-17% year over year. 9 Source: Qualcomm, Seeking Alpha, and Yahoo Finance


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3) Qualcomm Inc. Qualcomm has lost more than one-third of its value over the past year. Low-cost competition from companies like MediaTek, Apple’s strength in the high-end of the smartphone market, and delays signing licensing deals with Chinese OEMs have all contributed to Qualcomm’s poor results. 10


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