Starbucks Corp (SBUX) is a coffeehouse chain and is categorized in the restaurant industry. They provide their customers with selected sorts of coffee from all over the world, as well as tea, cold beverages, patisserie, hot and cold food offers. Their competitors consist of local coffee shops as
(Editor’s note: There is much greater liquidity on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange under ticker Z01).
The Elevator Pitch
Zooplus (OTC:ZOPLY) (OTC:ZLPSF) is the leading online retailer of pet food and supplies in Europe. Generally, in a commoditized market such as selling pet food, the lowest cost provider with the best customer service has the “right to win”. We believe....More>>>
No matter what Nutanix (NASDAQ:NTNX) does, it just can’t seem to win back the favor of the markets. In the aftermath of a strong beat-and-raise quarter that ended a stellar fiscal year for Nutanix, the market shrugged off the stock, keeping it flat at a bargain price of $22.
Despite the market’s bored reaction to the stock, opinions of it are anything but. Like many of its high-growth,....More>>>
As OPEC meets Wednesday in Vienna, this could be one of its last chances to assert its power before Trump takes office.
“This is really OPEC’s last hurrah to have a real impact on the global market. When Trump comes in, it will be tougher to control prices,” says Phil Flynn, senior energy analyst at PRICE Futures Group in....More>>>
Stocks fell for a second consecutive day but still remain within one good day of an all-time high.
The S&P 500 dropped 0.3% to 2,368.38 today, while the Dow Jones Industrial Average dipped 29.58 points, or 0.1%, to 20,924.76. The Nasdaq Composite fell 0.3% to 5,833.93. The S&P 500 is still just 1.4% off its all-time high.
Read any newspaper in the world and you know there are challenges – refugee crises, cybersecurity threats, broken institutions, civil unrest, the list goes on.
Beneath the surface of these boiling problems lies a deeper challenge—to which many are unaware. There is no established and secure digital identity system with a verifiable biometrics component....More>>>
U.S. equities pushed to new records, with large-caps gapping higher at the open to extend above its two-month uptrend channel. Geopolitical events, from a van attack in London to U.S.-Russia tensions in Syria, were largely ignored. Instead, investors piled into big-tech stocks in the wake of Friday’s Amazon.com, Inc. (NASDAQ:AMZN) and Whole Foods Market, Inc. (NASDAQ:WFM) deal,....More>>>
U.S. equities climbed higher on Tuesday as traders returned after the long holiday weekend and looked ahead to what 2017 will bring. Good things apparently, as prices rose to break a three-day losing streak and once again put 20,000 in play.
In the end, the Dow Jones Industrial Average gained 0.6%, the S&P 500 gained 0.9%, the Nasdaq Composite wafted up 0.9% and the Russell 2000....More>>>
Note from the author: I have no prior or existing financial relationship with Joe Lowry or any of his business interests. I have no business relationship with any company mentioned in this interview, nor I do own any shares of any of the companies mentioned here.
This is my fourth interview of “Mr. Lithium,” Joe Lowry. (Do people still call him that?) Following Joe’s advice....More>>>
December 8, 2016: Markets opened higher again Thursday after another record-setting day in U.S. markets. Financial and basic materials stocks are trading highest among the 11 S&P sectors while industrials and consumer staples lag. Financials have been on a tear, partly because everyone expects a Fed policy rate hike next week. Is it already priced in? WTI crude oil for January delivery settled....More>>>
May 12, 2017: Markets opened mixed Friday following lackluster earnings results from two more retailers, Penney’s and Nordstrom. Investors are also concerned that the turmoil in the Trump administration will delay the President’s promised tax cut package. Utilities and tech stocks traded higher while industrials provided the biggest drag. WTI crude oil for June delivery settled at $47.84....More>>>
Chicagoans are getting a break when it comes to paying a soft drink tax but it may not last.
A penny-an-ounce soda pop tax wasslated to take effect on July 1, but its imposition was put off by a local judge after the state retail merchants association and a group of local grocers challenged its legality. On Tuesday, the judge is expected to set a date for a hearing.
As Texas considers a “bathroom bill” aimed at transgender individuals, top executives have sent a clear message to the state’s governor: We oppose it.
On Monday, more than 50 business leaders from the Houston area sent a letter to Gov. Greg Abbott, a Republican, asking him to “avoid any actions, including the passage of any ‘bathroom bill,’ that would....More>>>
The global chemical industry has gotten off to a positive start in the fourth quarter with October seeing a rise in chemical production on the back of a recovery of the U.S. chemical industry from the effects of hurricanes and an upswing in the world economy, per the monthly report from the Amer
MannKind (MNKD) investors have seen scripts rising modestly over the course of Q4. Modest sales growth has been a common theme with Afrezza that everyone is pretty much used to at this point. Perhaps more interesting is the trajectory of retail sales revenue we are seeing.