As employers of all sizes grapple with an acute worker shortage amid The Great Resignation, it’s become increasingly clear that people with jobs aren’t all that happy, either.
Starbucks (NASDAQ: SBUX) made a huge rebound in its fiscal third quarter after a year of pandemic-pressured declines. When that Q4 report arrives next week, the most important metric for investors to focus on -- the one that should give them the clearest insights about Starbucks' real progress -- will be U.S. comps growth. Starbucks has become the world leader in coffee shops through its focus on beverage innovation and community gathering.
In the latest trading session, Starbucks (SBUX) closed at $114.44, marking a +0.51% move from the previous day.