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Coffee used to be black-ish water cowboys cooked over an open fire. Now it's dressed up in more bling than a Vegas showgirl and can cost the price of a meal. This new world of coffee has made Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz a wealthy and powerful man. Tonight, he hopes to leverage that position and add a jolt of espresso to the American economy.
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Starbucks' conservative approach to raising prices has enabled the coffee chain to post a increase in traffic and same-store sales in the last quarter as coffee prices continue to soar, said Matthew Difrisco, Lazard Capital Markets analyst.
Coffee is up 18% in the past two week.s So what's the trade? The Fast Money traders discuss.
The traders game the surge in McDonald’s and the surge in coffee. How should you play it?
Investors get your shopping lists ready; the The Fast Money pros think it's about time to hit the buy button.
We need more Howard Schultz’s. It’s too bad he can’t figure out a way to bottle his “menschiness” and sell it. If he could, we might not have the trust crisis we presently face in America.
Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz wants his voice heard in Washington and to do that he's closing his wallet to politicians in Congress of any political party until they put serving Americans and creating jobs ahead of fundraising and ideology.
Howard Schultz, chairman & CEO of Starbucks, says he is prepared to stop making political contributions until politicians in Washington start doing their jobs. "I'm profoundly disappointed by what happened with the debt ceiling," he says.
See what's happening, who's talking and what will be making headlines on Tuesday's Squawk on the Street.
Cramer makes the call on viewers' favorite stocks.
Stocks are trading on fear, so by definition much of this action is irrational; bonds now look extremely expensive and stocks look cheap on a relative basis.
The downgrade will have a far more serious affect on China than just eroding the value of its reserves, but there are no easy solutions. The most serious problem in the short term is inflation, which will get worse as investors shift away from U.S. dollars and into commodities.
China has become known as the epicenter for a wide variety of counterfeit consumer products, but a trend has emerged over the past few years of faking full retail operations.
This has been a horrendous period to own stocks thanks to the drama surrounding the debt deal, Cramer said, but he sees opportunity once the deal is done.
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”I wouldn’t go piling into Starbucks at $41,” says trader Guy Adami. That’s his gut reaction after the stock popped in extended trade on better than expected earnings.