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Starbucks Corp (SBUX.OQ)

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Thu, May 21 2020

Starbucks recoups nearly two-thirds of comparable U.S. sales as stores reopen

May 21 Starbucks Corp said on Thursday it had regained nearly two-thirds of its comparable U.S. store sales from the prior year, as it reopened stores and modified operations due to the coronavirus-related restrictions.

Breakingviews - Corona Capital: Air travel, Starbucks

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UPDATE 1-Starbucks to reopen 150 drive-thru locations in UK this week

May 11 Starbucks Corp said on Monday it would begin a phased reopening of 150 of its drive-thru locations and some takeaway-only stores in the United Kingdom as the country eases coronavirus-led restrictions on road travel.

Starbucks to reopen UK drive-thru locations this week

May 11 Starbucks Corp said on Monday it would begin a phased reopening of all its drive-thru locations and some takeaway-only stores in the United Kingdom as the country eases coronavirus-led restrictions on road travel.

BRIEF-U.S. SEC Investigates Starbucks China Rival Luckin Over Accounting Scandal - WSJ

* US SEC INVESTIGATES STARBUCKS CHINA RIVAL LUCKIN OVER ACCOUNTING SCANDAL - WSJ Source text: https://on.wsj.com/2Yed4rm Further company coverage:

Starbucks expects China recovery by September as coronavirus seen easing

Starbucks Corp said on Tuesday it sees sales in China, the company's biggest growth market, recovering by the end of September, following a massive drop in same-store sales in the current quarter on fallout from the coronavirus pandemic, which forced Starbucks to close stores around the globe.

UPDATE 2-Starbucks expects China recovery by September as coronavirus seen easing

April 28 Starbucks Corp said on Tuesday it sees sales in China, the company's biggest growth market, recovering by the end of September, following a massive drop in same-store sales in the current quarter on fallout from the coronavirus pandemic, which forced Starbucks to close stores around the globe.

Starbucks sees China comparable sales falling in current quarter

April 28 Starbucks Corp said on Tuesday it expects comparable sales in China in the current quarter to decline between 25% and 35%, hurt by the coronavirus pandemic that has forced it to close stores and limit operations.

Fast food sector hopes stimulus checks boost sales after tough quarter

Slumping sales at big fast food chains could get a boost as hungry and restless customers spend stimulus checks after long lockdowns, analysts and some operators said ahead of quarterly earnings that will show the extent of damage from the coronavirus slowdown.

Fast food sector hopes stimulus checks boost sales after tough quarter

Slumping sales at big fast food chains could get a boost as hungry and restless customers spend stimulus checks after long lockdowns, analysts and some operators said ahead of quarterly earnings that will show the extent of damage from the coronavirus slowdown.

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