McDonald's - eine Cash-Maschine (Seite 48)

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     Ja Nein
      schrieb am 08.06.09 18:06:14
      Beitrag Nr. 13 ()
      Allein schon wenn ich Mc.D. lese wirds mir schon schlecht.
      Obwohl ich noch nie soetwas gegessen habe.:confused:
      schrieb am 08.06.09 14:57:38
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      08.06.2009 14:53
      UPDATE 2-McDonald's global May same-store sales up 5.1 pct

      CHICAGO, June 8 (Reuters) - McDonald's Corp on Monday reported a 5.1 percent increase in May sales at restaurants open at least 13 months, on strong demand in Europe and Asia/Pacific.

      May same-restaurant sales were up 2.8 percent in the United States, helped by new coffee drinks and snacks.

      The world's largest hamburger chain is one of the restaurant industry's top performers largely because its Dollar Menu has been attracting diners amid a lengthy recession that has sent unemployment sharply higher.

      The stronger U.S. dollar -- which lessens the dollar value of overseas sales -- led to an overall 0.4 percent decline at worldwide McDonald's restaurants, the company said. Sales rose 7 percent in constant currencies.

      Fast-food restaurants generally have held up better in a tough economy than higher-priced sit-down restaurants.

      McDonald's May same-store sales increased 7.6 percent in Europe, and 6.4 percent in the company's Asia/Pacific, Middle East and Africa segment.

      McDonald's said the hit by the foreign exchange rates, if they remain around current levels, is expected to be 8 cents to 9 cents a share in the second quarter and about 20 cents for the year.

      The company also said second-quarter results, which it is scheduled to report on July 23, are expected to include 2 cents to 3 cents a share of income due to a license deal in Indonesia and the sale of Redbox Automated Retail.

      Its shares fell 2.3 percent in premarketing trading to $58.50 from Friday's closing price of $59.87 on the New York Stock Exchange.
      schrieb am 04.06.09 14:06:20
      Beitrag Nr. 11 ()
      Thursday, June 4, 2009 7:05 PM

      McDonald’s transfer of assets goes ahead despite lawsuit

      The Jakarta Post , Jakarta | Thu, 06/04/2009 9:31 AM | Business

      McDonald’s Indonesia pressed ahead on the sale of assets to PT Rekso Nasional Food (RNF) on Wednesday despite facing a lawsuit filed by Bambang Rachmadi, its partner for 18 years.

      The fast food restaurant, locally controlled by PT Bina Nusa Rama (BNR), said it had concluded Wednesday the sale of assets and had appointed RNF as the sole master franchisee replacing Bambang.

      In a letter sent to The Jakarta Post, the BNR board of directors said that with the transfer of assets RNF now operates approximately 97 McDonald’s restaurants and holds the sole license to open new restaurants.

      The transfer, however, does not affect Bambang’s ownership in BNR and 13 other restaurants in his name.

      Having been aware of the plan on the sale of assets, Bambang filed a complaint to the South Jakarta District Court last month demanding a court annulment of the process.

      Bambang argued that BNR had violated his rights as a company shareholder by planning to sell the assets without his consent.

      “They should have discussed it with me instead of transferring the franchise and selling the assets … They can only sell their shares, not the assets,” he said earlier.

      Under the Investment Law, a local restaurant business partner must hold at least 51 percent of the shares.

      The court held the first hearing on the civil lawsuit on May 19 and decided to hold a further court session in August, taking into account it would take some time to summon McDonald’s US representatives.

      Bambang also complained of the sudden franchise termination.

      According to a government regulation, a transfer of a license to another franchisee can be made only after the franchiser secures a settlement with the previous license holder.

      The settlement, which is called a Clean Break, must be carried out no more than six months after the franchise termination.

      Speaking to the Post on Wednesday, BNR spokesperson Dian Supolo said that Bambang’s grievances were unfounded and that the company would press ahead with its plans.

      With the new partnership with RNF the company aims to expand by opening up to 75 new restaurants during the next five years.

      “We are proud to forge a new cooperation with the family of McDonald’s and happy with the business opportunity at hand,” RNF said in the statement.

      RNF also vows to develop McDonald’s brand through opening up new business cooperation with more suppliers and other partners.

      “We are very enthusiastic and very committed to develop McDonald’s brand in Indonesia. … We also believe that there will be more job opportunities for the people,” the company says.

      McDonald’s opened in Indonesia in February 1991 with its first restaurant located at the Sarinah Shopping Mall in Central Jakarta and has since expanded the business to 110 restaurants in the country.

      The fast food business, which mostly focuses on Western foods such as hamburgers and fried fries, has also adapted its menus to include various local tastes such as rice and fried chicken.

      According to 2008 data, the McDonald’s is the second biggest global market shareholder in fast food after Kentucky Fried Chicken.

      RNF is famous for its product Teh Botol, a sweet tea drink flavored with jasmine.

      The product was first introduced in 170, the first of its kind. The design of the bottle currently used to package the tea drink has not changed since 1974.
      schrieb am 04.06.09 14:02:16
      Beitrag Nr. 10 ()
      McDonald's für konservative Anleger
      12:21 - Der Aktionär

      Kulmbach, 4 Juni ( - Gemäß den Experten vom Anlegermagazin "Der Aktionär" ist die Aktie von McDonald’s (ISIN US5801351017 / WKN 856958) der Top-Tipp konservativ.

      Auf der Jahreshauptversammlung in der vergangenen Woche habe McDonald’s-USA-Chef Don Thompson die Umsätze des Unternehmens mit dem Kaffeegeschäft als "very, very, very well" bezeichnet. Konkrete Zahlen sei er schuldig geblieben, habe aber durchblicken lassen, dass die Erwartungen des Konzerns übertroffen worden seien. Generell sei das Geschäft mit dem McCafé-Konzept ein gutes Beispiel für die Strategie, die der Konzern in den letzten Jahren verfolgt habe. In dieser Zeit sei das Angebotsspektrum kontinuierlich erweitert worden um Zielgruppen außerhalb der typischen Hamburger/Fritten-Fraktion anzusprechen.

      Mit einem großen Angebot an Sparmenüs habe McDonald’s auf die weltweite Wirtschaftskrise und das dadurch entstandene neue Kostenbewusstsein der Verbraucher reagiert. Vorstandschef Jim Skinner habe auf der Hauptversammlung von einer "Position der Stärke in diesem Umfeld" gesprochen. Dies könne man auch an der Kursentwicklung erkennen: In den letzten zwei Jahren sei der Kurs der McDonald’s-Aktie um 20% gestiegen, während das Papier des Erzfeindes Burger King 30% eingebüßt habe.

      Mit einem KGV von 15 sei der Anteilsschein zwar kein Schnäppchen, aber dieser Umstand dürfte neben dem Marktführerstatus auch der guten Strategie des Unternehmens in den vergangenen Jahren geschuldet sein.

      Die Aktie von McDonald’s ist eine gute Wahl für konservative Anleger, so die Experten vom Anlegermagazin "Der Aktionär". Das Kursziel werde bei 50,00 EUR gesehen, ein Stoppkurs sollte bei 32,00 EUR platziert werden.
      schrieb am 04.06.09 13:00:51
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      Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 37.313.942 von Goldwalla am 03.06.09 20:12:58warum?

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      schrieb am 03.06.09 20:41:25
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      Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 37.311.185 von joeynator am 03.06.09 15:35:51Währungsrisiko?

      MCD macht Umsatz in der ganzen Welt, so schlimm ist das Risiko nicht.
      schrieb am 03.06.09 20:12:58
      Beitrag Nr. 7 ()
      eklig damit Geld zu verdienen.
      schrieb am 03.06.09 18:55:03
      Beitrag Nr. 6 ()
      03.06.2009 17:55
      New Issue-McDonalds prices 300 mln euro 2016 bond

      June 3 (Reuters) - Following are terms and conditions of a

      bond priced on Wednesday.

      Borrower McDonalds Corporation

      Issue Amount 300 million euro

      Maturity Date June 10, 2016

      Coupon 4.25 pct

      Issue price 99.242

      Reoffer price 99.242

      Spread 110 basis points

      Underlying Govt bond Over Mid-swaps, equivalent to 118.5

      bp over the July 2016 DBR

      Payment Date June 10, 2009

      Lead Manager(s) RBS, SG CIB&Unicredito

      Ratings A3 (Moody's), A (S&P),

      A (Fitch)

      Full fees Undisclosed
      schrieb am 03.06.09 15:43:29
      Beitrag Nr. 5 ()
      Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 37.311.185 von joeynator am 03.06.09 15:35:51richtig; allerdings ist ein erheblicher Teil der Erlöse auch von außerhalb der USA und insoweit wenigstens teilweise gehedgt.
      schrieb am 03.06.09 15:35:51
      Beitrag Nr. 4 ()
      Generell eine tolle Aktie - PROBLEM: Währungsrisiko!!

      Entweder absichern...darauf hätte ich keine Lust...oder warten bis der Greenback noch 25% gefallen ist!
      Und der DOW bei 5000 steht...dann STRONG BUY!
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