|Bid||61.01 x 500|
|Ask||61.30 x 200|
|Day's range||60.95 - 61.46|
|52-week range||52.58 - 64.87|
|PE ratio (TTM)||31.10|
|Forward dividend & yield||1.20 (1.96%)|
|1y target est||N/A|
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Last quarter, Starbucks backed off on its goals for revenue and profit growth. Here's what to expect when it reports its results next week.
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While Starbucks (SBUX) underperformed the market in 2017, hurt by its curtailed growth projections, it could get a boost when it reports fourth-quarter earnings next week. Analysts expect the coffee giant to report earnings per share of 57 cents, up from 52 cents a year ago, on revenues of $6.2 billion. Oppenheimer's Brian Bittner and Michael Tamas aren't expecting a blowout quarter, but they're optimistic enough to stay bullish on Starbucks.
A Starbucks in downtown Seattle has ditched the cash register. The local daily paper takes a swipe at the much-ballyhooed Italian bakery at the flagship store. And Evolution Fresh, a Starbucks brand of cold-pressed juice, is getting ready for Green Juice Day.
There's nothing wrong with the company per se, but these three factors are working against the stock.
What will your morning coffee look like in the future? If you’re a Dunkin' Donuts customer, you got a look at what’s coming on Monday when the company opened a prototype store in Quincy, Mass., the company’s ...
Simon Property (SPG) had earlier claimed that Starbucks' Teavana store closure in its malls would result in a breach of the company's lease obligations.
Starbucks may no longer be the growth engine it once was, but it’s still a solid choice for investors in search of a stable business with attractive dividend prospects.
Simon Property Group and Starbucks have reached a settlement over a lawsuit by the mall owner that had sought to prevent Starbucks from closing Teavana stores in its shopping centers.
As of January 11, 2018, Starbucks (SBUX) was trading at $60.0. On the same day, analysts were expecting the company’s stock price to reach $62.81 in the next 12 months, which represents a return potential of 4.7% from its current stock price. From the above graph, we can see that analysts have lowered their target prices from $64 at the beginning of 2017 to $61.95 in December 2017.
The valuation multiple helps investors assess comparable companies. The forward PE multiple is calculated by dividing the company’s current stock price from analysts’ earnings estimate for the next four quarters. As of January 11, 2018, Starbucks was trading at a forward PE multiple of 24.5x compared to 25.0x at the beginning of 2017.
Starbucks partnered with Joyride Coffee to bring draft cold brew coffee to its foodservice accounts at hospitals, bookstores, universities and offices.
For fiscal 2018, analysts expect Starbucks (SBUX) to post revenue of $24.57 billion, which represents growth of 9.8% from $22.39 billion in fiscal 2017. In the long run, Starbucks’s management expects its revenue growth to be in the high single digits, while its SSSG (same-store sales growth) is expected to be in the range of 3%–5%. Starbucks’s fiscal 2018 revenue growth is expected to be driven by the addition of new restaurants, positive SSSG, and growth in sales from the Channel Development segment.