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- For SBUX, its 30 day story count is now at 25.
- Over the past 27 days, the trend for SBUX's stories per day has been choppy and unclear. It has oscillated between 1 and 8.
- TJX, DOW and MSFT are the most mentioned tickers in articles about SBUX.
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Below are the latest news stories about STARBUCKS CORP that investors may wish to consider to help them evaluate SBUX as an investment opportunity.
The board of Starbucks Corporation ( NASDAQ:SBUX ) has announced that the dividend on 24th of November will be...
One strategy is to invest in companies that pay growing dividends. Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT) recently gave its investors a 10% raise, boosting its quarterly dividend payment by $0.07 per share to $0.75 ($3.00 annualized). On the one hand, Microsoft's current dividend yield might not appeal to income-seeking investors since it's currently less than 1% even after the increase.
Since 2019, the social-media site has been all over Halloween-oriented products at Target, TJX, and Starbucks, bolstering sales and foot traffic. This year, it’s an uphill climb.
The issue is both time-consuming and maddening.
Starbucks is making a big push, but other companies are pushing even harder as China moves closer to becoming the country with the most coffee shops in the world.
Starbucks Corp (NASDAQ:SBUX).'s shares dipped by 2.16% to close at $93.10 on Thursday, marking a third consecutive day of losses for the company. This performance occurred during a turbulent trading session where the broader market also experienced declines, with the S&P 500 Index dropping by 1.64% to settle at 4,330.00, and the Dow Jones Industrial Average declining by 1.08% to end the day at 34,070.42.
The coffee and snack chain reportedly has some exciting new flavors ready to roll out for chillier months.
Starbucks aficionados love their Iced Blonde Vanilla Lattes and their Caramel Macchiatos, among other favored beverages. While there are no hard and fast numbers on how long it takes to complete a Starbucks order, the company's own data suggests 3-to-5 minutes while a QSR study pins the wait time down to 4 minutes and 44 seconds. The data analytics firm Technomic estimates one-third of Starbucks customers are waiting about five minutes for their orders to be fulfilled. The problem could amount to the size and scope of the Starbucks menu, which comprises approximately 383 billion various concoctions - and that's just for lattes, Bloomberg reported.
Starbucks' dividend hike should not be looked at in isolation.
The dividend hike should not be looked at in isolation