McDonalds will have over 40 billion in sales by 2020

first_img The US is building a case against Iran in the attacks on Saudi Arabia, but Trump is in no rush to act The Pixel watch that never was: An inside look at how Google’s smartwatch efforts beat Apple to the punch, but then broke down and never recovered (GOOG, GOOGL) SpaceX is trying to buy a hamlet inside its Texas rocket-launch site because it ‘did not anticipate’ there’d be any ‘significant disruption’ to residents who live there Read: McDonald’s answers questions about where your food REALLY comes fromRead: Tofu McNuggets are now a thing in McDonald’s restaurants in Japancenter_img A car plowed through the main hall of Trump Plaza in New Rochelle, New York THE US RESTAURANT market will not be dominated by burger chains within the next six years, according to a research note by analysts at Janney Capital Markets.But that doesn’t mean they won’t be making money.And burger chains still account for three of the top five US restaurant outlets by sales.McDonald’s takes the No. 1 slot with $35.9 billion in sales in 2013, followed by Subway ($12.7 billion), Starbucks ($11.7 billion), Wendy’s ($8.8 billion), and Burger King ($8.5 billion).In six years, Wendy’s and Burger King will slide down to the No. 6 and No. 8 positions, respectively, according to the analysts’ predictions. McDonald’s is expected to maintain its top spot with $43.8 billion in sales, followed by Starbucks ($18.8 billion), Subway ($18.4 billion), Dunkin’ Donuts ($11.6 billion), and Chick-fil-A ($10.8 billion).The graph below shows Janney’s full predictions for 2020.last_img