Restaurant Performance Index hit 100.6 in June, up from May
With traffic and same-store sales improving, more restaurateurs are making capital expenditures and feeling optimistic about their prospects, the National Restaurant Association reported Friday. The NRA’s Restaurant Performance Index rose to 100.6 in June after dipping to 99.9 in May. RPI values above 100 indicate that key industry indicators are expanding, while figures below 100 indicate contraction. “The RPI’s solid improvement in June was due in large part to stronger ...
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