Let’s get one thing straight: Starbucks Corporation (NASDAQ:SBUX) is a great company. The problem has to do with its stock. Like a frothy overpriced latte, shares of the Seattle-based coffee chain are just too darn expensive right now. …
Shares of Starbucks Corporation (SBUX ) posted an impressive 10%+ rally over the past three months amid high expectations for next quarter. However, since the beginning of the month, the rally has dissipated, and shares have …
Shares of Starbucks (SBUX - Free Report) opened lower on Wednesday, and are down about 0.8% in afternoon trading after the release of an analyst note. Analyst Nick Seytan of Wedbush Futures downgraded Starbucks to “hold” today. …
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NWBI's SI was 6.09M shares in August as released by FINRA. The shares price has positioned -11.96% down over the past quarter while it has directed -5.15% toward a falling position throughout past six months. The SI to Northwest …
The company’s last stock split was in October 2005. Shares of Starbucks, the world's biggest coffee chain, rose more …
In the previous quarter, sales grew by 9.4% and a year ago by 17%. Starbucks (SBUX) stock sank about 4% in after-hours trading on the report. "The traffic numbers do potentially signal a slower consumer environment," says R.J. …
Concerns of cannibalization in the US are driving BMO's downgrade on Wednesday, as the firm mapped USA locations over the past one, three, and five-year periods, finding increased instances of overlap, according to a note obtained by …
Starbucks is a roaster, marketer, and retailer of coffee operating worldwide. The company purchases and roasts the coffees it sells along with handcrafted tea and other beverages, as well as a variety of fresh food items through its …
Starbucks Corporation (NASDAQ:SBUX) operates as a roaster, marketer, and retailer of specialty coffee worldwide. The company initiated its dividend in 2010 and has been growing distributions rapidly since then. While the company has …
Selling a put does not give an investor access to SBUX's upside potential the way owning shares would, because the put seller only ends up owning shares in the scenario where the contract is exercised. So unless Starbucks Corp. sees its …