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Starbucks Corp. (SBUX) shares information

Starbucks Corp.


24h Change

-0.49 %

SBUX

Live rate: Market closed

Stock data per Tuesday 4 Aug, 2020

SBUX
NASDAQ
75.5
75.37
75.13
-0.37 (-0.49%)
US Market is closed

Live Stock price in graph for Starbucks Corp. (SBUX)

  • Latest Volume

    12,843,778 (79.83 %)

  • Volume prev. day

    7,142,088

  • Avg. daily volume

    9,071,278

  • Market cap

    87,826,970,000

  • P/E ratio

    66.62

  • Today high

    75.485

  • Today low

    74.76

  • 52 week high

    98.14

  • 52 week low

    50.02

  • YTD Change

    n/a

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Broker recommendations for Starbucks Corp.

The Starbucks Corp. stock is rated at 1.617647 (on a scale 1-3, where 1 is ‘strong buy‘ and 3 is ‘strong sell‘) from Wednesday 29 July, 2020 by a total of 34 brokers. This means that the consensus of the 34 different brokers is leaning toward to moderate buy/hold.

Sell
0 (0%)
Underweight
0 (0%)
Hold
20 (58.82%)
Overweight
2 (5.88%)
Buy
12 (35.29%)

Price target by analysts

The 28 latest analyst estimates, per Wednesday 29 July, 2020, show the following high, low and average price targets.
Target Average: 82.79 USD
Target High: 95 USD
Target Low: 74 USD

 

Latest news about Starbucks Corp.

Below you can find the most recent news posts about Starbucks Corp., primarily from US and UK based news sources.

Howard Schultz Says 13.5M Small Businesses Could Close

Wednesday, 5 August 2020, 00:02:27
Former Starbucks Corporation (NASDAQ: SBUX ) CEO and current Chairman Emeritus Howard Schultz is leading an initiative to lobby the federal government to create a new long-term recovery plan for small businesses. The Letter: Schultz penned a letter to congressional leaders on both sides of the political aisle. He got more than 100 business leaders to sign the letter that calls for the creation of federally guaranteed loans through 2021 and the freedom for business owners to decide how to disperse … Full story available on Benzinga.com
— Benzinga


Google, Facebook, other big companies call on Congress to help small businesses: Or losses could be ‘catastrophic’

Tuesday, 4 August 2020, 19:15:58
Starbucks chairman emeritus Howard Schultz submitted a letter to Congress on Monday calling for the government to help U.S. small businesses before the coronavirus pandemic devastates them permanently and causes a ‘catastrophic’ number of job losses. The letter was signed by 100 business leaders including executives at Google, Facebook and Salesforce.
— CNBC


Help NCB better support the banking needs of co-ops, and get a $10 Starbucks gift card!

Tuesday, 4 August 2020, 19:07:04
How can NCB better serve the unique needs of your cooperative? Take the survey to let them know! As the cooperative community continues to weather the impacts of a global pandemic, NCBA…
— MarketScreener


Howard Schultz: U.S. could lose ‘the next Starbucks’ without more aid to small businesses

Tuesday, 4 August 2020, 18:33:12
“Could Starbucks have survived this situation in 1987? And the answer is probably not unless there was some mechanism for the federal government to step in and save these businesses,” Howard Schultz told CNBC.
— CNBC


How America became a breeding ground for anti-maskers, according to social psychologists

Tuesday, 4 August 2020, 17:44:37
The wearing of face coverings has become a flashpoint between conservatives and liberals in the US. Insider asked two social psychologists to explain the phenomenon. Both blamed the issue on a highly partisan political environment and persistent anti-mask messaging from President Trump. They also likened it to the climate change debate, which didn’t start out as a political issue in the 1990s but has since become highly partisan as Republicans incorporated it into their agenda. “It just isn’t healthy for the country to be split this way,” one of the experts said. Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories . The wearing of face coverings to prevent the novel coronavirus spread has become an undisputed flashpoint in the US. People have been kicked off planes and have started fights over their refusal to wear masks. A Starbucks barista was shamed on Facebook and a Waffle House worker was shot for refusing to serve people who did not follow mask-wearing mandates. This political divide over the issue of face coverings — which has been recommended by experts around the world — seems to be most prominent in the US, where liberals lean toward complying with face mask orders, and conservatives tend to reject them.
— Business Insider