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Starbucks Corporation (SBUX)


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57.66 -0.23 (-0.40%)
At close: 4:00PM EST

57.55 -0.11 ( -0.19% )
After hours: 5:59PM EST

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Previous Close 57.89
Open 58.14
Bid 57.55 x 200
Ask 57.78 x 1300
Day's Range 57.41 - 58.20
52 Week Range 50.84 - 61.79
Volume 6,663,209
Avg. Volume 8,854,182
Market Cap 83.92B
Beta 0.73
PE Ratio (TTM) 30.35
EPS (TTM) 1.9
Earnings Date Jan 26, 2017
Dividend & Yield 1.00 (1.71%)
Ex-Dividend Date N/A
1y Target Est 64.73
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  • American City Business Journals 2 hours ago

    Poplar Starbucks to close, reopen in bank

    A Poplar Avenue Starbucks will relocate — inside a bank. The Starbucks currently located at 6161 Poplar Ave. will move next door to the Trustmark National Bank branch at 6165 Poplar Ave. … The new store will feature a drive-thru and café, in the same building as Trustmark Bank,” said a Starbucks spokesperson.

  • American City Business Journals 3 hours ago

    Starbucks expands parental leave in fight to recruit and retain workers

    Starbucks Corp. has upgraded its paid parental leave plan for U.S. employees to at least 12 weeks of unpaid leave and as much as 18 weeks of fully paid leave. The move comes after Starbucks made other investments in its employees in 2016. Considered a tech company by many , Starbucks is expanding benefits after Microsoft, Amazon and other tech companies changed family leave policies amid intense competition to attract and retain employees .

  • Capital Cube 4 hours ago

    ETFs with exposure to Starbucks Corp. : January 20, 2017

    Categories: ETFs Yahoo Finance Click here to see latest analysis ETFs with exposure to Starbucks Corp. Here are 5 ETFs with the largest exposure to SBUX-US. Comparing the performance and risk of Starbucks Corp. with the ETFs that have exposure to it gives us some ETF choices that could give us similar returns with lower volatility. Ticker Fund Name ... Read more (Read more...)

  • TheStreet.com 7 hours ago

    Jim Cramer: 'Domino's Is a Fantastic Technology Company'

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    Motley Fool 8 hours ago

    These Are Starbucks' Winter Drinks Around the World

    The company offers some unique flavors specific to the many markets it operates in.

  • Forbes 9 hours ago

    'The Founder': Origin Tale Of McDonald's Has Sharp Bite For Restaurant Industry Today

    For anyone harboring fantasies of starting the next Starbucks or Shake Shack, it really is possible to use this film as classwork on what makes the food service business tick.

  • Associated Press yesterday

    Starbucks latest to expand parental leave benefits

    Starbucks is telling employees that it's expanding their parental leave benefits. The move comes as companies are trying to retain workers given low unemployment rates. Overall, paid maternity and paternity ...

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  • Market Realist yesterday

    Why Analysts Are Recommending “Buy” for Starbucks

    Target price On January 13, 2017, Starbucks (SBUX) was trading at $57.85. The company’s share price may already have been factored into the estimates we’ve discussed in this series. In…

  • MarketWatch yesterday

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