“Last week, stocks finished at their highest level since 2008, before the financial crisis. Many pizza stocks reflected positive news. Pizza Hut parent Yum! Brands Inc. closed last week at $63.78, up from $62.85 the previous week. The company hit a new 52-week high earlier in the day, at $64.75. A year ago, the company was trading as low as $47.15.
“Domino’s closed last Friday at $32.93, from $32.31 the previous week. DPZ hit its 52-week high of $35.00 in mid-December. Shares remain substantially higher over this time last year when the company traded at $15.80. Papa John’s closed last week at $39.52, up from $39.01 the previous week. PZZA hit a new 52-week high earlier in the day at $40.57. The company hit its 52-week low a year ago when it traded at $26.95. CEC Entertainment Inc., parent company of Chuck E. Cheese restaurants, closed out last week at $36.29, from $35.60 the prior week. CEC hit its 52-week low of $27.42 in September. The company hit its 52-week high of $41.75 in July.Pizza Inn closed Friday at $5.55, down slightly from $5.63 the previous week. PZZI hit its 52-week high of $6.60 in early December and traded as low as $1.86 a year ago.”