Analyst Activity – BMO Capital Markets Raises Its Price Target On Restaurant Brands International (TSE:QSR) to C$63.00

Analyst Ratings For Restaurant Brands International (TSE:QSR)

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Today, BMO Capital Markets raised its price target on Restaurant Brands International (TSE:QSR) to C$63.00 per share.

There are 1 sell rating, 1 hold rating, 3 buy ratings on the stock.

The current consensus rating on Restaurant Brands International (TSE:QSR) is Hold (Score: 2.40) with a consensus target price of C$70.33 per share, a potential .

Some recent analyst ratings include

  • 9/26/2016-Longbow Research was Downgraded by analysts at Longbow Research from a “Under Perform” rating to a “” rating.
  • 4/8/2016-Morgan Stanley was Downgraded by analysts at Morgan Stanley from a “Equal Weight” rating to a “” rating.


    About Restaurant Brands International (TSE:QSR)
    Restaurant Brands International Inc. is a quick service restaurant (QSR) company. The Company operates approximately 19,000 restaurants in over 100 countries and the United States territories. Its Burger King (BK) and Tim Hortons (TH) brands have similar franchised business models. The Company operates through two segments: TH, which includes all operations of its Tim Hortons brand and BK, which includes all operations of its Burger King brand. Tim Hortons restaurants are quick service restaurants with a menu that includes premium blend coffee, tea, espresso-based hot and cold specialty drinks, fresh baked goods, including donuts, Timbits, bagels, muffins, cookies and pastries, grilled paninis, classic sandwiches, wraps and soups, among others. Burger King restaurants are quick service restaurants that feature flame-grilled hamburgers, chicken and other specialty sandwiches, French fries, soft drinks and other affordably-priced food items.

    Recent Trading Activity for Restaurant Brands International (TSE:QSR)
    Shares of Restaurant Brands International closed the previous trading session at 73.58 down -2.07 -2.74% with 797,030 shares trading hands.

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