NEW YORK In a year that saw the Nation’s Restaurant News Stock Index swing along with the general market, from daily gains as high as 9 percent to daily declines as steep as 5 percent, some restaurant company stocks found ways to win for the year, while others lost. Unlike in 2008, when the majority of restaurant stocks reported annual declines, the majority of the 58 public restaurant firms posted stock price increases in 2009. Some stocks even more than doubled in value ...
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