NEW YORK —Investors looking to purchase restaurant stocks at their lowest points and ahead of an upswing projected by year’s end could prop up industry stock prices in the near term, despite the sector’s continued weak performance, some veteran analysts say. Although so far this year restaurant stocks have been battered along with the general market—and more pummeling is expected as first-quarter results are released—rumblings of a ...
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