NEW YORK (TheStreet) — Papa John’s, Allstate and Whole Foods Market hit 52-week highs on Thursday.
“Our new price target and improved outlook for PZZA lead us to upgrade our rating,” Feltl analysts wrote in a report on Wednesday. “There is not enough upside to our new price target to recommend the shares, but we would turn more positive if same-store sales improved more than we expect, PZZA produced better earnings growth or if the shares traded below $37 with no change in fundamentals.”
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NEW YORK (MainStreet) — The real cost of a car isn’t just what you pay on the lot.
If you’re looking to buy a new car, you should do your due diligence and learn what your potential purchases will cost to insure. While personal profiles and driving records will help shape your individual policy quotes, “what determines the insurance rate is the claims history of the vehicle,” says Amy Danise, senior managing editor of Insure.com.
These 2012 cars cost the most to insure annually, according to research by Insure.com.
That means convertibles – which Danise says “were made to crash” thanks to their high-powered engines — are well represented among the most expensive, while family cars such as station wagons or sedans with low horsepower make up a bulk of the cheapest cars to insure. Very few drivers are taking them to drag races.
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