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- Fund Family BlackRock iShares
- Assets Under Management 14,611,500
- Shares Outstanding, K 450
- 60-Month Beta 0.72
- Price/Earnings ttm 27.89
- Annual Dividend & Yield 0.72
- Most Recent Dividend 0.202
- Management Fee 0.18%
|Period||Period Low||Period High||Performance|
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+1.43 (+4.60%)since 03/19/21
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+2.35 (+7.79%)since 01/20/21
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+6.45 (+24.71%)since 04/20/20
Starbucks' Q1 earnings release looks encouraging on better-than-expected earnings results amid the coronavirus crisis.
Starbucks' Q4 earnings release look encouraging on better-than-expected earnings results amid the coronavirus crisis.
Starbucks' Q3 earnings release has been cheered by investors on better-than-expected earnings results despite the coronavirus crisis.
The coffee giant delivers decent earnings results for the fiscal second quarter but the coronavirus impact is expected to linger.
Soft drink behemoths have suffered on on-premise sales in Q1 but benefited from retail stores' sales thanks to panic buying.
ETFs with exposure to Starbucks suffer on the company's mixed Q1 earnings result as well as concerns over the coronavirus eruption.
Let's take a look at some consumer staples ETFs that have gained more than 20% in 2019.
Here we discuss the impact of Starbucks' Q4 earnings results on certain ETFs with high exposure to the coffee giant.
We take a look at consumer staples ETFs gaining more than 20% year to date.
Consumer Staples ETFs have been firing on all cylinders in the past three months, beating their discretionary counterparts. Let's find out what's driving the rally.
|3rd Resistance Point||32.69|
|2nd Resistance Point||32.65|
|1st Resistance Point||32.59|
|1st Support Level||32.49|
|2nd Support Level||32.45|
|3rd Support Level||32.39|