|Bid||65.50 x 900|
|Ask||67.21 x 1200|
|Day's Range||66.00 - 66.93|
|52 Week Range||47.37 - 68.98|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||0.30|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||20.41|
|Earnings Date||Jan 23, 2019 - Jan 28, 2019|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||1.44 (2.16%)|
|1y Target Est||67.00|
Starbucks is opening a Reserve Roastery in downtown New York on Friday, December 14. The Roastery features beans sourced from around the world, in-house roasting, and immersive 'experience bars.'
The nearly 23,000-square-foot coffee roastery joins locations in Seattle, Shanghai and Milan, with new Tokyo and Chicago locations expected to open in 2019.
The New York location is akin to the Starbucks Reserve Roastery and Tasting Room that debuted in Seattle four years ago.
Starbucks (SBUX) announced today the opening of Starbucks Reserve Roastery New York, which opens its doors to the public on Friday, December 14. Located in the meatpacking district at 61 9th Avenue (on the corner of 9th Avenue and 15th Street), the New York location marks Starbucks fourth Roastery and second location in the U.S. The immersive coffee experience – across nearly 23,000 square feet of retail space – celebrates the heritage of roasting and the craft of coffee.
Nestled in the meatpacking district between Chelsea Market and Google's New York offices is Starbucks ' latest Roastery. Set to open on Friday, the nearly 23,000-square-foot space is far from the typical Starbucks store. Bathed in warm light and teeming with copper features, the Roastery is a cozy haven for coffee fanatics looking to not only get their caffeine fix, but get an up close and personal experience with Starbucks' roasters, baristas and craft mixologists.
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In the past two years, more than 100 companies have publicly joined the Tent Partnership for Refugees, a non-profit with a mission to develop and implement concrete business commitments to refugees. To understand whether helping refugees helps or hurts brands, researchers from the NYU Stern School of Business surveyed a representative sample of consumers in the U.S. about their sentiments in regard to 10 brands across 10 product categories (alcohol, automobiles, cosmetics, apparel retail stores, cosmetics, grocery stores, home furnishings, hotels, soft drinks, soap-shampoo, and sports apparel), as well as consumer sentiments about business commitment to refugees. The results from 7,139 consumers are somewhat surprising: almost half of them (48%) noted that they are more likely to purchase a brand if they know the brand is committed to supporting refugees in one or more ways.
Investors are hot for Starbucks SBUX . As the broader market has tumbled, shares of the coffee giant have soared 19 percent over the last three months, hovering near all-time highs and making it the best performing stock in the consumer discretionary sector in that period. According to TradingAnalysis.com founder Todd Gordon, the stock is about to perk up even higher.
BEIJING/SHANGHAI, Dec 12 (Reuters) - Luckin Coffee, an up-and-coming coffee chain with ambitions to challenge Starbucks Corp in China, said on Wednesday it has raised $200 million in its latest funding round, increasing the company's valuation to $2.2 billion. The fundraising was led by investors including Singapore sovereign wealth fund GIC and China International Capital Corp Ltd, Luckin said in a statement.
Investors in the round include Singapore’s Government Investment Corporation, China International Capital Corporation alongside Joy Capital and Centrium Capital, the company said on Wednesday. Luckin has expanded to 1,700 stores across 21 cities and claims customers in downtown Beijing and Shanghai now have a store within a five minute walk.
Luckin Coffee, an up-and-coming coffee chain with ambitions to challenge Starbucks Corp in China, said on Wednesday it has raised $200 million in its latest funding round, bringing the company's valuation up to $2.2 billion. The fundraising was led by investors including Singapore sovereign wealth fund GIC Pte Ltd and China International Capital Corp Ltd, the company said in a press release.
In Tuesday's stock market, some stocks were sending mixed messages. The stocks gapped up, which is bullish, but in slow volume which is not.
Perhaps some optimism is creeping into Starbucks SBUX shares as the company preps for its December 13 investor day. The implied volatility on the short-term, weekly options have crept to near 52-week highs, but the 30-day implied volatility is actually lower Tuesday sitting around 23. The current technical setup has me cautiously optimistic on SBUX the next few months.
The latest list of new buys by the best mutual funds shows a focus on large cap stocks like Berkshire, led by Warren Buffett, CVS, Starbucks and Adobe.
The daily On-Balance-Volume (OBV) line has weakening since early November telling me that sellers have been more aggressive. The weekly OBV line has been moving up, irregularly, from June and the MACD oscillator, which is well above the zero line, has started to narrow.
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Growth will slow by half this quarter, partly because of the impact of the protests on industrial production and services activity, according to the Bank of France’s business sentiment report. Key InsightsThe survey is the most comprehensive measure yet of the economic impact of the protests, as it polled 8,000 businesses between Nov. 28 and Dec. 5.A slowdown will be another a blow to Emmanuel Macron, and will put further pressure on public finances. Macron this month bowed to public pressure to abandon a fuel-tax increase that sparked the Yellow Vests movement.Economic activity may rebound if the protests subside in the near future, but some of the most impacted sectors -- agriculture, restaurants and hotels -- won’t catch up lost business.Despite cutting its growth estimate, the Bank of France reported little change in its business climate indicators.
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Now, at 6.45am on a dark Monday morning, Kevin Johnson is standing beside his predecessor’s motivational graffiti, joking with the cup-tossing baristas as he instructs a visitor in how to make espresso.
Admittedly, it sounds odd — shorting shares of Starbucks and pairing it with a long in USO stock. By that I mean to say I see a strong technical-based reversion to the mean or “green” if you look at the profit potential in shorting SBUX stock and going long USO stock today.