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Wheat prices remain under $7 for a second week.
Wall Street has had quite a run this year, and continues to hit new milestones. The Dow Jones, for example, finished above 16,000 for the first time last week.
The average cost of wheat falls to $7 even.
Natural gas hits its lowest price-point in three months.
Papa John's claims that more than 45 percent of orders now come from ecommerce.
Some analysts predict gas to drop to 3-year low by year's end.
Papa John's hits a 52-week high after researchers upgrade the stock to 'buy' status.
Cheese prices are up 15 cents in two months.
Yum!'s stock falls after a disappointing earnings report and continued struggles in China.
After weeks on the decline, wheat prices jump back up.
Gas prices are 20 cents lower than they were a month ago.
A light hurricane season is expected to help gas prices.
Last week was the stock market's best since January.
Gas prices temper after a week on the rise from Syria crisis fears.
Wall Street also responds negatively to the potential strikes.
Papa John's hits a new 52-week high.
Gas prices down 14 cents in the past month.
"In my 36 years of doing this, I've never seen the bigger players at that low a price point," Schnatter said.
Cool summer temperatures yield lower natural gas prices.
Predictions of a 5-year-peak fall short at the gas pump, as prices drop from last week.