Burger King same store sales up 3% yoy, Tim Hortons up 4% yoy – Owner – Restaurant Brands International – Up 7% today

Restaurant Brands International (QSR) Owner of Tim Hortons and Burger King just released its full year and 4th quater report here http://www.newswire.ca/en/story/1488097/restaurant-brands-international-reports-full-year-and-fourth-quarter-2014-results and the stock has since rocked up 7% as of 11AM EST February 17 2015.  The stock has since rocketed up because of Burger King same store sales up 3% yoy, Tim Hortons up 4% yoy which is phenomenal.

Some analysts have been saying that QSR is going to be the best performing stock in the TSE this year and I agree with that assessment.

Here are the highlights to the full year and 4th quarter report

Full Year 2014 Highlights:

  • Tim Hortons (TH) comparable sales increased 3.1% and Burger King (BK) comparable sales increased 2.1%
  • Delivered 186 net restaurant growth (NRG) at TH and 705 NRG at BK
  • System-wide sales grew 6.6% at TH and 6.8% at BK in constant currency
  • TH Adjusted EBITDA grew 10.5% on an organic basis to $816 million
  • BK Adjusted EBITDA grew 11.5% on an organic basis to $726 million
  • Paid Burger King Worldwide Inc. dividends of $0.30 per share or approximately $106 million

Fourth Quarter 2014 Highlights:

  • TH comparable sales increased 4.1% and BK comparable sales increased 3.0%
  • Delivered 81 NRG at TH and 412 NRG at BK
  • System-wide sales grew 7.4% at TH and 7.7% at BK in constant currency
  • TH Adjusted EBITDA grew 10.2% on an organic basis to $209 million
  • BK Adjusted EBITDA grew 8.8% on an organic basis to $189 million

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