Starbucks Corp (SBUX)
$75.78 0.65 (0.87%)
18:34 EDT SBUX Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
Previous Close $75.13
Market Cap 104.58B
PE Ratio 24.76
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 7.79M
Day's Range 75.32 - 75.99
52-Week Range 50.02 - 98.14
Dividend & Yield 1.32 (1.74%)
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Once the pandemic passes, you can buy some of the best stocks for 2020 at a discount, They're down now, but they will make a return to glory.
Starbucks is being hurt by powerful trends that are likely to persist for a long time. Investors should sell SBUX stock.
Starbucks (SBUX) rose over 3.5% yesterday as a result, and since it is about to pull back slightly, this is the perfect time for a put write.
Starbucks shares are rallying after better-than-expected earnings. That said, here's how to play Starbucks stock moving forward.
Starbucks (SBUX) earnings for the coffee company's fiscal third quarter of the year have SBUX stock up after-hours Tuesday.
Starbucks stock has stalled out in recent weeks. But a solid Q3 report on Tuesday should remind investors why SBUX stock is a long-term buy.
Starbucks will post a loss when it reports fiscal third-quarter earnings on July 28, but there are other numbers to consider for SBUX stock.
Market volatility is increasing. Here are seven robust companies whose shares are possibly among the best dividend-paying stocks for cautious investors
Starbucks is doubling down on its app, on pick-up and delivery. But it's still going to shrink in the near term.
As bad as it is, the coronavirus is a short-term problem. It will pass, and when it does, these beaten-up coronavirus stocks to buy will rebound in a big way.
Heading into the second half of 2020, should the economy get moving again, here are 10 consumer stocks to own into 2021 and beyond.
Starbucks (SBUX) has announced its new summer menu and it's adding the Impossible Breakfast Sandwich to the list starting today.
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Zoom Video, Starbucks, Lululemon Athletica and Hertz were our top stock trades for Monday. Let's look at the charts now.
Tesla, Starbucks, gold and the S&P 500 were our top stock trades for Thursday. So, let's look at the charts after a busy trading session.
What's potentially tricky about this stock from here is that its recent price action suggests a couple things that don't come with guarantees of materializing. First, a 56% rally for a company of this size in just over two months implies that many of the roughly 40 million jobs shed by the U.S. economy during the pandemic will be rapidly restored. Second, the stock is acting as though consumer spending habits aren't changing as a result of Covid-19.
Although many headwinds are presently conspiring against SBUX stock, Starbucks’ strong brand presence will keep the lights on.
By Thomas Niel
Taking a look at major names, these five stand out as stocks to buy on the dip: Alphabet (NASDAQ:GOOG,NASDAQ:GOOGL) AT&T (NYSE:T) Johnson & Johnson (NYSE:JNJ) Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT) Starbucks (NASDAQ:SBUX) Granted, FUD (fear, uncertainty, and doubt) remain, even as markets trend higher. But, the relative strengths of these 5 names could make them buys on a pullback. Let's dive in, and find out why.
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