Yum China Holdings is a restaurant company located in Texas, United States, which is part of the Consumer Cyclical sector, and is traded under the ticker YUMC on the NYSE exchange.
Yum China Holdings stock last closed at $58.78, down 2.13% from the previous day, and has increased 25.28% in one year. It has overperformed other stocks in the Restaurants industry by 0.19 percentage points. Yum China Holdings stock is currently +75.2% from its 52-week low of $33.55, and -6.79% from its 52-week high of $63.06.
As of Feb 3, 2023, there are 418.43M shares of YUMC outstanding. The market cap of YUMC is $24.60B. In the last 24 hours, 2.62M YUMC shares were traded.
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Out of 7 sell side analysts who monitor YUMC, the consensus analyst rating on Yum China Holdings is a Buy
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Last year, YUMC earnings were $864.00M. In the last 4 year, YUMC's earnings have increased by 10.13% per year. This was faster than the Restaurants industry average of 6.93%.
Last year, YUMC revenue was $9.77B. During the last 4 year, YUMC's revenue has gone up by 3.94% per year. This was slower than the Restaurants industry average of 6.33%.
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Over the past year, insiders at YUMC have sold more shares than they have bought.
Joseph Chan, Chief Legal Officer of YUMC, was the latest YUMC insider to sell. They sold $160,365.81 worth of YUMC shares on Jan 17, 2023.
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Yum China Holdings pays a dividend of 0.82%, compared to the Restaurants industry's average dividend yield of 2.25%. If you owned $1,000 of YUMC stock, you would have been paid $8.17 in the past year.
Yum China Holdings dividend payments have consistently grown over the past 6 years and have remained stable.
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