SBUX - Starbucks Corporation

NasdaqGS - NasdaqGS Real Time Price. Currency in USD
51.28
+0.34 (+0.67%)
At close: 4:00PM EDT

51.00 -0.28 (-0.55%)
Pre-Market: 8:05AM EDT

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Previous Close50.94
Open50.66
Bid51.00 x 800
Ask51.19 x 800
Day's Range50.66 - 51.29
52 Week Range47.37 - 61.94
Volume10,511,634
Avg. Volume10,420,932
Market Cap70.766B
Beta0.55
PE Ratio (TTM)16.82
EPS (TTM)3.05
Earnings DateJul 26, 2018
Forward Dividend & Yield1.44 (2.89%)
Ex-Dividend Date2018-08-08
1y Target Est59.74
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  • Bluestone Lane CEO and key investor explain how Australia...
    CNBC Videos7 days ago

    Bluestone Lane CEO and key investor explain how Australia...

    Jim Cramer sits down with the CEOs of Bluestone Lane and its investor RSE Ventures to find out what's next for the Australian-born coffeehouse.

  • How Australian coffee chain is taking on Starbucks
    CNBC Videos7 days ago

    How Australian coffee chain is taking on Starbucks

    Jim Cramer sits down with the CEOs of Bluestone Lane and its investor RSE Ventures to find out what's next for the Australian-born coffeehouse.

  • MarketWatch25 minutes ago

    Marriott International joins list of companies eliminating plastic straws

    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.

  • McDonald's & Starbucks Come Together to Save the Planet
    Zacks2 hours ago

    McDonald's & Starbucks Come Together to Save the Planet

    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.

  • New development to host Sourdough & Co., Starbucks near Power Inn district
    American City Business Journals18 hours ago

    New development to host Sourdough & Co., Starbucks near Power Inn district

    A new retail development off of Folsom Boulevard will host a drive-thru Starbucks and yet another Sourdough & Co. location.

  • McDonald's joins Starbucks to help develop a recyclable, compostable cup
    American City Business Journals18 hours ago

    McDonald's joins Starbucks to help develop a recyclable, compostable cup

    Together the companies have committed $15 million and they invite others companies to join the initiative to create a more sustainable cup option.

  • Starbucks expands salads to East Coast menu
    Bloomberg18 hours ago

    Starbucks expands salads to East Coast menu

    More salad and sandwich options are hitting East Coast Starbucks locations this week #tictocnews (Source: Bloomberg)

  • These 3 Pictures Tell the Whole Starbucks Stock Story
    InvestorPlace21 hours ago

    These 3 Pictures Tell the Whole Starbucks Stock Story

    To that end, three pictures below tell a lot about the recent chapters of Starbucks (NASDAQ:SBUX). Spoiler alert: Fans and followers (and owners) of SBUX stock aren’t going to be pleased. No one can deny Starbucks stock has been a growth machine.

  • CNBC22 hours ago

    McDonald's and Starbucks team up to develop a more sustainable cup

    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.

  • Investopedia23 hours ago

    Starbucks Stock Could Reward Aggressive Short Sales

    Starbucks stock is pulling back to test new resistance after breaking down in June and could offer profitable short sales.

  • ACCESSWIREyesterday

    Initiating Free Research Reports on Starbucks and Three Other Specialty Eateries Equities

    Specialty Eateries companies operate limited service restaurants, such as bagel shops, coffee shops, doughnut shops, ice cream parlors, juice bars, and smoothie shops, that serve specialty snack items or nonalcoholic beverages for consumption on-premises. All you have to do is sign up today for this free limited time offer by clicking the link below.

  • Starbucks Sends Salads to East Coast to Help Afternoon Sales
    Bloombergyesterday

    Starbucks Sends Salads to East Coast to Help Afternoon Sales

    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.

  • Associated Press2 days ago

    Kosher certifier reduces list of acceptable Starbucks drinks

    BALTIMORE (AP) — A leading company in Kosher certification has dropped some Starbucks drinks from its acceptable consumption list.

  • 4 GARP Stocks to Buy Now
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    4 GARP Stocks to Buy Now

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  • Benzinga2 days ago

    How The Starbucks Straw Ban Affects Those With Disabilities

    In an effort to help better conserve ocean and marine life, Starbucks Corporation (NASDAQ: SBUX) has kicked off an initiative to diminish plastic waste within the company. Numerous companies have responded to this data by developing new ways to cut back on plastic waste. Starbucks is one of the first to initiate the plans on a global scale.

  • Wilmington coffee shop to replace Starbucks in UNC dining hall
    American City Business Journals2 days ago

    Wilmington coffee shop to replace Starbucks in UNC dining hall

    Students at UNC-Chapel Hill will have a new on-campus coffee option this fall. Wilmington-based Port City Java is leasing a spot in one of the university's on-campus dining halls – edging out a Starbucks that was previously there. "It felt pretty good to be honest," says Steve Schnitzler, CEO of Port City Java, on beating the national coffee giant for the space.

  • Why Getting Rid of Plastic Straws Is Becoming Good for Business
    Motley Fool2 days ago

    Why Getting Rid of Plastic Straws Is Becoming Good for Business

    Companies like Starbucks are staying ahead of the curve when it comes to environmental backlash.

  • Is It Time to Buy Starbucks (SBUX) Stock Again?
    Zacks5 days ago

    Is It Time to Buy Starbucks (SBUX) Stock Again?

    Shares of Starbucks (SBUX) popped again Friday as part of a nearly week-long climb. Despite this recent surge, SBUX stock is still down big over the last year. So what has investors excited about the coffee giant again, and is now the time to buy Starbucks on the dip?

  • TheStreet.com5 days ago

    Jim Cramer on How China Trade Worries Affect Casino Stocks, Starbucks and Apple

    When it comes to China retaliation against the U.S. for tariffs, China could stop Macau gambling, according to TheStreet's founder and Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer.

  • 7 Hot Stocks Savvy Investors Are Buying
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    7 Hot Stocks Savvy Investors Are Buying

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  • 3 Top Value Stocks to Buy Right Now
    Motley Fool5 days ago

    3 Top Value Stocks to Buy Right Now

    There may be cheaper stocks out there, but Starbucks, Apache, and Winnebago take the lead in value. And when it comes to making money, value trumps price.

  • Fast-Food Roundup: Chains drop ‘no-poaching’ clauses… Papa John’s chair resigns… Starbucks eliminates straws
    American City Business Journals6 days ago

    Fast-Food Roundup: Chains drop ‘no-poaching’ clauses… Papa John’s chair resigns… Starbucks eliminates straws

    Here is a quick look at stories about the leading brands in the industry as recently reported by The Business Journals and other media. Seven fast-food chains have agreed to allow franchises to hire workers from other franchises under the same brand after threats of lawsuits by attorneys general from around the country, including Washington state. Arby's, Auntie Anne's, Buffalo Wild Wings, Carl's Jr., Cinnabon, Jimmy John's and McDonald's will remove "non-poaching" language from franchise agreements.

  • True Food Kitchen: 13 Things to Know About Oprah’s Latest Investment
    InvestorPlace6 days ago

    True Food Kitchen: 13 Things to Know About Oprah’s Latest Investment

    True Food Kitchen is a restaurant chain that offers healthy eating options. True Food Kitchen says that it is planning to double its store count over the next few years. You can also follow these links to learn more about True Food Kitchen and how Oprah will interact with it.

  • Starbucks' Plastic Straw Ban Is More Important Than You Think
    Motley Fool6 days ago

    Starbucks' Plastic Straw Ban Is More Important Than You Think

    The news was greeted cynically by some, but it should help improve the coffee chain's sagging reputation.

  • CNBC7 days ago

    Bluestone Lane CEO and key investor explain how Australian coffee chain is taking on Starbucks

    Starbucks coffee is losing its "premium" flair, RSE Ventures CEO Matt Higgins, whose firm is invested in Bluestone Lane, tells CNBC's Jim Cramer. Cramer sits down with Higgins and Bluestone Lane CEO Nick Stone to find out what's next for the Australian-born coffeehouse. With over 24,000 locations worldwide, Starbucks SBUX is starting to lose its "premium" flair when it comes to coffee, RSE Ventures CEO Matt Higgins argued on Wednesday.