SBUX - Starbucks Corporation

NasdaqGS - NasdaqGS Real-time price. Currency in USD
58.00
-1.22 (-2.06%)
At close: 4:00PM EDT
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Previous close59.50
Open59.03
Bid58.02 x 100
Ask58.18 x 500
Day's range57.80 - 59.18
52-week range52.58 - 64.87
Volume10,600,927
Avg. volume10,998,761
Market cap81.525B
Beta0.52
PE ratio (TTM)19.23
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yield1.20 (2.03%)
Ex-dividend date2018-02-07
1y target estN/A
Trade prices are not sourced from all markets
  • Forbes9 hours ago

    Apple, Nike and Starbucks Will Be the Biggest Victims of Trump's China Tariffs

    In 1930 President Herbert Hoover signed the Smoot-Hawley tariff into law.  The mindless legislation placed record levels of taxation on 20,000+ foreign goods.  Imports into the U.S. naturally plunged.  This pleased members of the political class who saw imports as harmful.  At least for a time. What protectionists of the 1930s missed is something that Steve Bannon, Peter Navarro and Donald Trump miss today: if the world’s producers can’t sell to us, they also can’t buy from us.  While U.S. producers exported $5.2 billion worth of goods in 1929, by 1933 exports had plummeted to $1.7 billion.  With a stroke of a pen, Hoover collapsed global markets for U.S. goods. More than even free traders will admit, Smoot-Hawley looms large when it comes to explaining the slow-growth 1930s.  To understand why, it needs to be remembered that jobs are infinite.  They are because there are always infinite unmet needs in the world that individuals and businesses are feverishly trying to meet.  Free trade is merely an acknowledgment that the more work is divided up among individuals, the more that individuals can specialize.  And when individuals are able to specialize, they’re logically much more productive.  The 1930s tariffs were anti the very specialization that drives productivity and rising wages.  That their imposition occurred in concert with a decline in growth is a statement of the supremely obvious.  But that’s a digression.  Sort of.

  • MarketWatch23 hours ago

    Starbucks drops to lowest consumer-perception level since November 2015

    It will close 8,000 U.S. stores for the afternoon of May 29 for racial-bias training after two black men were forcibly removed from a storeReutersSince last Friday, Starbucks’ ‘buzz score’ fell from 13 to -8 on Tuesday, a drop of 21 points in four days. Starbucks has some work to do if it wants to recapture the trust of customers. The coffee giant dropped to its lowest consumer-perception level since November 2015, according to a YouGov BrandIndex score released this week.

  • MarketWatchyesterday

    Syracuse University permanently kicks out fraternity over ‘extremely racist’ video

    Syracuse University permanently expelled a fraternity over an offensive video that drew protests since it emerged in recent days. On its website on Saturday, the university said the expulsion of Theta Tau, a professional engineering fraternity, follows the release of the video which shows members taking a racist and anti-Semitic oath: “I solemnly swear to have hatred in my heart for n-ggers, sp-cs and most importantly the f-ckin’ k-kes.,” some in the video can be heard saying.

  • Starbucks’s Valuation Multiple Compared to Its Peers
    Market Realist2 days ago

    Starbucks’s Valuation Multiple Compared to Its Peers

    A forward PE multiple is calculated by dividing the company’s stock price by analysts’ earnings estimate for the next four quarters. Starbucks’s lower-than-expected SSSG (same-store sales growth) in fiscal 1Q18 and management’s lower 2018 SSSG guidance at the bottom of its earlier guidance of 3%–5% appear to have caused its valuation multiple to fall.

  • What Analysts Recommend for Starbucks before Fiscal 2Q18
    Market Realist2 days ago

    What Analysts Recommend for Starbucks before Fiscal 2Q18

    As of April 18, 2018, Starbucks (SBUX) was trading at $59.50. On April 13, 2018, Andrew Charles of Cowen and Company downgraded Starbucks from “outperform” to “market perform.” He also lowered the stock’s 12-month target price from $68 to $65. Earlier, on March 29, 2018, Wedbush Securities downgraded Starbucks from “outperform” to “neutral” and lowered its 12-month target price from $70 to $56.

  • Starbucks and Analysts’ Earnings Estimates for Fiscal 2Q18
    Market Realist2 days ago

    Starbucks and Analysts’ Earnings Estimates for Fiscal 2Q18

    Analysts are expecting Starbucks (SBUX) to post adjusted EPS (earnings per share) of $0.53 in fiscal 2Q18, which represents a growth of 17.8% from $0.45 in fiscal 2Q17. EPS growth is expected to be driven by revenue growth, a lower effective tax rate, and share repurchases. However, some of its EPS growth is expected to be offset by a fall in its EBIT (earnings before interest and tax) margin.

  • Can Fiscal 2Q18 Earnings Boost Starbucks Stock?
    Market Realist2 days ago

    Can Fiscal 2Q18 Earnings Boost Starbucks Stock?

    Starbucks (SBUX) is scheduled to announce its fiscal 2Q18 earnings after the market closes on April 26, 2018. As of April 18, 2018, Starbucks was trading at $59.50, which represents a fall of 1.7% since the announcement of its fiscal 1Q18 earnings on January 25, 2018.

  • Why Analysts Expect Starbucks’s Revenue to Fall in Fiscal 2Q18
    Market Realist2 days ago

    Why Analysts Expect Starbucks’s Revenue to Fall in Fiscal 2Q18

    Analysts are expecting Starbucks (SBUX) to post revenue of $5.9 billion in fiscal 2Q18, which represents a growth of 12.2% from $5.3 billion in 2Q17. Revenue growth is expected to be driven by the addition of new restaurants, positive SSSG (same-store sales growth), and an increase in sales from channel development. By the end of fiscal 1Q18, Starbucks operated 28,039 restaurants.

  • 2 black men arrested at Starbucks get an apology from police
    Associated Press3 days ago

    2 black men arrested at Starbucks get an apology from police

    Rashon Nelson initially brushed it off when the Starbucks manager told him he couldn't use the restroom because he wasn't a paying customer. He thought nothing of it when he and his childhood friend and ...

  • Reuters3 days ago

    Black men arrested at Starbucks hope scandal sparks change

    The men, Donte Robinson and Rashon Nelson, sat down with ABC's "Good Morning America" as scrutiny of the popular chain and U.S. police tactics widen. The incident put Starbucks, which prides itself on diversity and inclusiveness, at the centre of a social media storm after the cafe manager called police on Nelson and Robinson, who had not made a purchase and were waiting to meet a friend. Police Commissioner Richard Ross, who came under sharp criticism for the incident and his defence of the officers, apologised to Robinson and Nelson and said he had made the situation worse.

  • The Wall Street Journal3 days ago

    [$$] Philadelphia Police Chief Apologizes for Starbucks Incident

    Philadelphia Police Commissioner Richard Ross offered an apology to two black men who were arrested last week at a Starbucks.

  • Associated Press3 days ago

    NOT REAL NEWS: Starbucks coupon for people of color are fake

    Starbucks is not giving out free drinks to people of color. The phony coupons are being spread on social media through accounts that identify as white nationalists. It's likely an attempt to stir more ...

  • MarketWatch3 days ago

    After fearing for their lives, two men arrested at Starbucks tell their side of the story

    Rashon Nelson and Donte Robinson went on “Good Morning America” to explain what led up to the moment of their arrest, which was captured in a viral video that’s racked up more than 11 million views

  • Business Insider UK3 days ago

    The Latest: Police chief apologizes to men from Starbucks

    Philadelphia's police commissioner is apologizing to two black men who were arrested at a Starbucks in the city. Commissioner Richard Ross, who is black, apologized to the two men on Thursday after he previously staunchly defended police for their handling of the incident. Two black men arrested at a Philadelphia Starbucks said they were just waiting for a business meeting — and a week later still wonder how that could escalate into a police encounter that left them fearing for their lives.

  • Business Insider UK3 days ago

    The Latest: Police chief apologizes to men from Starbucks

    Philadelphia's police commissioner is apologizing to two black men who were arrested at a Starbucks in the city. Commissioner Richard Ross, who is black, apologized to the two men on Thursday after he previously staunchly defended police for their handling of the incident. Two black men arrested at a Philadelphia Starbucks said they were just waiting for a business meeting — and a week later still wonder how that could escalate into a police encounter that left them fearing for their lives.

  • One of the men arrested at a Philly Starbucks: This is not a 'black people thing, it's a people thing'
    CNBC3 days ago

    One of the men arrested at a Philly Starbucks: This is not a 'black people thing, it's a people thing'

    The two black men, arrested a week ago at a Philadelphia Starbucks, tell ABC News they hope what happened to them never happens again.

  • Starbucks Third Place Strategy
    Bloomberg3 days ago

    Starbucks Third Place Strategy

    Here's why Starbucks' "third place" strategy is getting undercut by racial inequality, @PattonLes explains https://bloom.bg/2EX7f4l #tictocnews (Source: Bloomberg)

  • Black men arrested at Starbucks want change in U.S. racial attitudes
    Business Insider UK3 days ago

    Black men arrested at Starbucks want change in U.S. racial attitudes

    Two black men who were arrested at a Starbucks Corp cafe in Philadelphia while waiting for a friend said on Thursday they hoped the widely publicized incident would lead to changes in U.S. racial attitudes. The men, Donte Robinson and Rashon Nelson, said in an interview on ABC's "Good Morning America" that they wanted to use their arrests a week ago to ensure no one else would undergo a similar experience. It sparked protests and a decision by Starbucks to close more than 8,000 stores on May 29 to conduct racial-bias training for employees.

  • Black men arrested at Starbucks want change in U.S. racial attitudes
    Business Insider UK3 days ago

    Black men arrested at Starbucks want change in U.S. racial attitudes

    Two black men who were arrested at a Starbucks Corp cafe in Philadelphia while waiting for a friend said on Thursday they hoped the widely publicized incident would lead to changes in U.S. racial attitudes. The men, Donte Robinson and Rashon Nelson, said in an interview on ABC's "Good Morning America" that they wanted to use their arrests a week ago to ensure no one else would undergo a similar experience. It sparked protests and a decision by Starbucks to close more than 8,000 stores on May 29 to conduct racial-bias training for employees.

  • Business Insider UK3 days ago

    Men arrested at Starbucks say they feared for their lives

    Rashon Nelson initially brushed it off when the Starbucks manager told him he couldn't use the restroom because he wasn't a paying customer. "That's when we knew she called the police on us," Nelson told The Associated Press in the men's first interview since video of their April 12 arrests went viral. Nelson and Robinson, black men who became best friends in the fourth grade, were taken in handcuffs from the Starbucks in Philadelphia's tony Rittenhouse Square neighborhood, where Robinson has been a customer since he was 15.

  • Business Insider UK3 days ago

    Men arrested at Starbucks say they feared for their lives

    Rashon Nelson initially brushed it off when the Starbucks manager told him he couldn't use the restroom because he wasn't a paying customer. "That's when we knew she called the police on us," Nelson told The Associated Press in the men's first interview since video of their April 12 arrests went viral. Nelson and Robinson, black men who became best friends in the fourth grade, were taken in handcuffs from the Starbucks in Philadelphia's tony Rittenhouse Square neighborhood, where Robinson has been a customer since he was 15.

  • Black Men Arrested at Starbucks Say They Feared for Their Lives
    Bloomberg3 days ago

    Black Men Arrested at Starbucks Say They Feared for Their Lives

    Rashon Nelson initially brushed it off when the Starbucks manager told him he couldn't use the restroom because he wasn't a paying customer. A few minutes later, they hardly noticed when the police came into the coffee shop — until officers started walking in their direction. In the week since, the men have met with Starbucks' apologetic CEO and have started pushing for lasting change at the coffee shop chain, including new policies on discrimination and ejecting customers.

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    Bloomberg3 days ago

    Fly Charts: Morgan Stanley's Streak, Trump's Rusal Effect

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  • The Wall Street Journal4 days ago

    [$$] Philadelphia Community Leaders Push Starbucks to Address Racial Injustice

    Top Starbucks executives and about 40 Philadelphia clergy and community leaders met in what local leaders say was the beginning of an effort to push the coffee company to play a leading role in addressing ...

  • Zuckerberg should look to Starbucks CEO Kevin Johnson on how to handle a crisis: Management guru
    CNBC4 days ago

    Zuckerberg should look to Starbucks CEO Kevin Johnson on how to handle a crisis: Management guru

    Starbucks is making reparations following outrage over the arrest of two black men at one of its cafes in Philadelphia last week.

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