Investors have signaled upbeat expectations for Buffalo Wild Wings Inc.’s stock the past few weeks as easing commodity pressures, a second location of the chain’s “Stadia” prototype and the company’s recent investment in three-unit PizzaRev have converged. In morning trading on Tuesday, Minneapolis-based Buffalo Wild Wings’ stock opened at $90.35 per share and rose to $92.11, a high for the past year. Several securities analysts have now revised their ...
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