Starbucks Corp (SBUX)
$71.52 3.73 (5.50%)
10:06 EDT SBUX Stock Quote Delayed 20 Minutes
Previous Close $67.79
Market Cap 98.70B
PE Ratio 23.37
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 3.20M
Day's Range 69.61 - 72.48
52-Week Range 50.02 - 99.72
Dividend & Yield 1.32 (1.85%)
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JPMorgan's Jamie Dimon gave his thoughts on the current pandemic, as Immunomedics shares double. Here's the stock market today.
Starbucks may have to shut down stores completely through the coronavirus outbreak, and will need new capital to save SBUX stock.
CNBC “Mad Money” host Jim Cramer believes that rather than index funds, the stocks to buy are companies we can’t live without.
Starbucks has been hit hard by recent markets, and understandably so. But the current selloff creates an opportunity in SBUX stock for long-term investors.
Starbucks is a great pick to get investors through the impending recession as the coffee chain is likely to come out on top with a loyal customer base. Therefore, SBUX stock offers tremendous upside potential.
If you're looking for stocks to buy on this downturn, start by looking at strong stocks that have weathered recessions before.
Every crash this big and this fast presents guaranteed opportunities, especially in mega-cap stocks like these three companies.
Investors who only plan to hold SBUX stock for more than a few weeks but less than a year (when strong fears about the coronavirus are likely to be largely gone) should avoid the coffee retailer's shares.
Equities ripped higher, as the S&P 500 garnered big gains in the stock market today. That's as corporate America comes to the rescue.
Starbucks dropped almost 11% in early March 18 trading. SBUX stock hasn’t been this low since July 2018. Is it time to buy shares now?
By Ian Cooper
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The simple fact is that Luckin is trading for more than 16 times sales despite losing ground in the past month. Meanwhile, Starbucks is trading for a little more than three times sales. It’s dropped so much the company’s dividend is yielding a respectable 2.4%.
While volatility is high in this market and it is impossible to pinpoint exact to the dollar levels of support or resistance, SBUX stock looks to have reached a significant confluence area of support where it could bounce.
Visa, Starbucks, Nvidia and Boeing were our top stock trades for Wednesday. Have a look at the charts, as volatility remains high.
The stock market is in free fall and restaurant stocks are on the front lines. And soon, SBUX, LK and CMG will be too sweet to pass up.
SBUX stock doesn’t appear at all like a buying opportunity due to coronavirus fears, but that’s exactly why I like it so much.
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