|Bid||70.60 x 800|
|Ask||70.75 x 1000|
|Day's Range||70.19 - 71.37|
|52 Week Range||47.37 - 71.54|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||0.41|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||31.48|
|Earnings Date||Apr 25, 2019|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||1.44 (2.03%)|
|1y Target Est||69.26|
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Starbucks Corp said on Friday it would launch a new all-day dining cafe in China which will serve a brunch menu and cocktails, as the world's largest coffee chain seeks to expand its retail offering in the increasingly competitive market. The opening of the cafe in the city of Shanghai comes as Starbucks has been facing slowing sales growth in its second-largest market amid pressure from a growing number of independent coffee shops and Chinese startups such as Luckin Coffee which offer cheap delivery and big discounts. "Today marks yet another significant milestone as we take everything we have learned around coffee and our relentless pursuit for food innovation, to create a new exciting all-day cafe dining and Italian aperitivo experience," Starbucks China CEO Belinda Wong said in a statement.
Former Starbucks Corp (SBUX) CEO Howard Schultz is considering a run for president as a "centrist independent" in 2020. Schultz, a self-described “lifelong Democrat,” said he wants to get into politics because U.S. politicians are no longer representing the interests of American people.
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-branded coffee products in retail markets across the globe. The new range of products will include signature Starbucks whole bean, roast and ground products, blends and single-origin coffees, the company said. In May 2018, Starbucks sold the rights to offer its coffee and tea in grocery and retail stores to Nestle for more than $7 billion.
The European Commission suffered a defeat on Thursday in its drive to tackle illegal tax deals for multinationals after an EU court annulled its state aid decision against a Belgian tax scheme worth about €700m. The commission confronted Belgium over an “excess profits” tax scheme for multinationals, arguing that the arrangements gave them an unfair advantage over smaller rivals by allowing them to reduce their corporate tax base by 50-90 per cent.
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Nestle will sell Starbucks-branded coffee at grocery stores and online in Europe, Asia and Latin America from this month as it seeks to increase its lead over rivals such as JAB. After last year's $7.15 billion (5.56 billion pounds) cash deal for exclusive rights to sell the U.S. chain's coffees and teas, Nestle will start selling Starbucks labelled coffee beans, roast and ground coffee and single-serve capsules for its Nespresso and Nescafe Dolce Gusto coffee makers. Asked whether the launch of Starbucks Nespresso capsules would help Nespresso return to double-digit growth, Patrice Bula, executive vice president and head of strategic business units, marketing, sales and Nespresso, told a media briefing: "Yes, I hope so, yes.
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The longest government shutdown in U.S. history cost the economy billions of dollars. Its impacts trickled down from federal employees missing their paychecks to D.C.-area restaurants losing a third of their customer base.
Howard Schultz, the billionaire founder of Starbucks who is considering an independent bid for the White House, will not run as a Democrat despite worries that his entry into the race could increase Donald Trump’s chances of being re-elected in 2020. Mr Schultz told a town-hall meeting with voters in Texas that there was no situation in which he would consider running as a Democrat because the party had moved too far to the left. last month that he was considering a presidential run, he said he would not be a “spoiler” who would help re-elect Mr Trump.
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