Restaurant Performance Index ticks up slightly

Restaurant Performance Index ticks up slightly

Positive capital expenditure levels primary driver behind performance index gain.

Although same-store sales and customer traffic levels remain somewhat uneven, the National Restaurant Assn.’s Restaurant Performance Index (RPI) registered a modest increase in July. The RPI stood at 100.6 in July, up 0.3% from June.

“The primary driver of the modest RPI gain in July was positive capital expenditure levels,” said Hudson Riehle, senior vice president of research for the National Restaurant Assn.

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