|Bid||50.75 x 200|
|Ask||50.99 x 400|
|Day's range||50.75 - 51.24|
|52-week range||47.37 - 61.94|
|PE ratio (TTM)||16.70|
|Earnings date||26 Jul 2018|
|Forward dividend & yield||1.44 (2.89%)|
|1y target est||59.30|
Starbucks U.S. same-store sales have slowed and may face competition in China, analysts say, which should lower growth expectations.
Starbucks Corp. has been awarding shares to baristas since the 1990s. The company says it has granted more than $1 billion in equity under its “Bean Stock” program. It currently offers restricted stock vesting over two years to nearly all employees.
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Can Starbucks Beat Analysts’ Expectations in Fiscal Q3 2018? On July 18, Starbucks (SBUX) was trading at $51.15. Analysts were expecting the company’s stock price to reach $59.43, which represents a return potential of 16.2%.
Can Starbucks Beat Analysts’ Expectations in Fiscal Q3 2018? Of all the available valuation multiples, we have opted for the forward PE multiple to value Starbucks (SBUX) due to the high visibility in the company’s future earnings. In the graph above, we can see that Starbucks’s valuation multiple has fallen since the beginning of 2018.
Can Starbucks Beat Analysts’ Expectations in Fiscal Q3 2018? Wall Street analysts expect Starbucks (SBUX) to post EPS of $0.61 in the fiscal third quarter, which represents a rise of 10.9% from its EPS of $0.55 in the corresponding quarter of the previous year. The company’s EPS growth is expected to be driven by revenue growth and share repurchases.
Can Starbucks Beat Analysts’ Expectations in Fiscal Q3 2018? Wall Street analysts expect Starbucks (SBUX) to post revenue of $6.26 billion in the fiscal third quarter, a rise of 10.5% from $5.66 billion in the corresponding quarter of the previous year. This revenue growth will likely be driven by the company’s addition of new restaurants over the last four quarters, positive SSSG (same-store sales growth), and growth in the consumer packaged goods business.
Can Starbucks Beat Analysts’ Expectations in Fiscal Q3 2018? Starbucks (SBUX) is scheduled to announce its fiscal third-quarter earnings after the market closes on July 26. On June 19, Starbucks’s management announced that it was expecting global same-store sales growth of 1% for its fiscal third quarter, lower than analysts’ consensus expectation of 3%.
Starbucks Corp. (sbux) said Thursday that it will open a cafe in October that caters to the needs of the deaf and hard of hearing. All of the associates in the new Washington, D.C., store, about 20 to 25, will be fluent in American Sign Language (ASL). It will be located near Gallaudet University.
Starbucks (SBUX) will open its first Signing Store in the U.S. in Washington, D.C. this October, building upon ongoing efforts to connect with the diverse communities it serves. A team of Deaf Starbucks partners (employees) and allies led the effort to launch this unique store model in the U.S., which will be located at 6th & H Street near Gallaudet University, a bustling hub that is Deaf-friendly. The store will create a distinctive retail experience for all customers, while offering a unique store format that promotes accessibility and offers employment and career advancement opportunities for Deaf and hard of hearing people.
Starbucks (SBUX) results in third-quarter fiscal 2018 is likely to be driven by new store additions, expansion in China and positive global comparable store sales.
Marriott International Inc. (mar) said Wednesday that it will remove plastic straws and stirrers at more than 6,500 properties around the world. The hotel chain joins a list of companies that includes Hyatt Hotels Corp. (h) Starbucks Corp. (sbux) and McDonald's Corp. (mcd) that have also unveiled plans to eliminate plastic straws. Marriott says the move would end the use of one billion plastic straws and a quarter billion plastic stirrers each year.
Although it's clear that Starbucks (SBUX) and McDonald's (MCD) are clear rivals, especially when it comes to quick coffee, they are now teaming up to create a recyclable cup that is part of the food industry's effort of using less plastic in packaging.
McDonald's said Tuesday it is joining with Starbucks and Closed Loop Partners to develop a cup that could be mass produced from materials that are recyclable, compostable or both.
Starbucks Corp.’s bet on food just got a little meatier. The company is expanding its new Mercato line of sandwiches and salads to some locations on the East Coast this week, bringing the nationwide total to about 1,300 stores. New York stores in Westchester, Queens, Long Island and Brooklyn will be among those carrying the new menu items, Starbucks said Tuesday.