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"Price performance following F3Q19 results has exceeded our expectations," J.P. Morgan analyst John Ivankoe said.
The firm's move comes after Starbucks stock climbed over 9% after its fiscal third-quarter earnings report beat Wall Street's expectations on Thursday. The analyst pointed out that Starbucks stock pop was "its biggest one-day gain since November 2," and takes it "to levels well above even our $91 December 2020 price target."
"Valuation has become beyond a stretch," Ivankoe said. "Plus, being very late cycle often means continued rising labor costs matched with difficulties of generating sustained increases in same-store traffic."
Starbucks stock fell 1.1% in trading from its previous close of $99.11 a share. J.P. Morgan stuck to its $91 price target on Starbucks shares. The firm also removed Starbucks from its "Analyst Focus List."
– CNBC's Michael Bloom contributed to this report.