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Five Restaurant Stocks Up Over 50% This Year

Friday, 15 Jul 2011 | 11:17 AM ET

Five names in the casual-dining industry have seen their stock value go up more than 50 percent so far this year. Despite a weak economy and rising commodity costs, these five stocks have managed to outperform their peers and the broad stock market.

Here is a look at those companies.


Year-to-Date Change: 70%
52-Week High: $38.582
P/E Ratio ttm: 52x
Forward P/E: 20x
Mean Price Target: $37.75
Market Cap: $557 million


Domino's Pizza
Year-to-Date Change: 60%
52-Week High: $26.26
P/E Ratio ttm: 17x
Forward P/E: 15x
Mean Price Target: $25
Market Cap: $1.6 billion


BJ's Restaurants
Year-to-Date Change: 53%
52-Week High: $56.64
P/E Ratio ttm: 60x
Forward P/E: 43x
Mean Price Target: $48.1
Market Cap: $1.5 billion



Year-to-Date Change: 52%
52-Week High: $69.24
P/E Ratio ttm: 29x
Forward P/E: 21x
Mean Price Target: $69.12
Market Cap: $1.2 billion



Year-to-Date Change: 51%
52-Week High: $329.8
P/E Ratio ttm: 54x
Forward P/E: 38x
Mean Price Target: $289.39
Market Cap: $10 billion



Data Source: CNBC Analytics & Thomson Reuters

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