How Workers Gained Leverage, and Why They Won’t Lose It Soon – Barron’s

How Workers Gained Leverage, And Why They Won’t Lose It SoonBarron’s

Consider These Signs When Deciding Whether to Wade Into the Market

Text size Some strategists see more pain ahead for global stocks even as they plan for better days. Dreamstime The hesitancy to buy this dip in global stocks is real. Whether it’s concern that the Federal Reserve is not going to save the day or the depth of the uncertainty looming overhead, several strategists see … Read more

US Stocks Waver, Oil Prices Rise

US stocks swung between small gains and losses and oil prices rose Monday in volatile trading as investors monitored Russia’s war with Ukraine. The S&P 500 was less than 0.1% higher in early trading and the tech-focused Nasdaq Composite Index gained 0.8% on Monday. The Dow Jones Industrial Average slipped 0.4%. US stocks edged higher … Read more

US Stocks Waver, Oil Prices Rise

US stocks swung between small gains and losses and oil prices rose Monday in volatile trading as investors monitored Russia’s war with Ukraine. The S&P 500 was less than 0.1% higher in early trading and the tech-focused Nasdaq Composite Index gained 0.8% on Monday. The Dow Jones Industrial Average slipped 0.4%. US stocks edged higher … Read more

Stock Market Today: Dow Futures Wobble, Oil Prices Rise, Starbucks Stock Slips

Text size Investors expect the Federal Reserve to raise interest rates many times across the next year. Dreamstime Stocks wobbled into the new week and oil prices rose, with investor attention focused on monetary policy from the Federal Reserve and the economic impact of the Russian invasion of Ukraine. Futures for the Dow Jones Industrial … Read more

Howard Schultz Is Back as Starbucks CEO. Here’s His To-Do List.

On Monday, Howard Schultz is expected to step into a familiar role — slated to lead a town hall meeting with employees of Starbucks Corp., the coffee chain he built into a neighborhood cafe across the world. For years Mr. Schultz convened forums for workers to voice opinions and vent about the business, or converse … Read more

Property Investors Target Small Businesses as Market Heats Up

Some real-estate investors looking for the next big thing are turning to small businesses. A new breed of property firms is buying up buildings occupied by gas stations, doctors’ offices and corner grocery stores. They see an opening because big asset managers typically avoid these properties, which they consider risky. Withco, a New York-based landlord … Read more

Starbucks Corp. stock rises Friday, still underperforms market

Shares of Starbucks Corp. SBUX, + 0.38% inched 0.38% higher to $ 87.45 Friday, on what proved to be an all-around positive trading session for the stock market, with the S&P 500 Index SPX, + 0.51% rising 0.51% to 4,543.06 and the Dow Jones Industrial Average DJIA, + 0.44% rising 0.44% to 34,861.24. This was … Read more

The Russian Stock Market Reopens To A Different Reality

Russia has been subjected to a wildly different portrayal of its Ukraine invasion in its local media, where journalists are subject to imprisonment for deviating from the official line and where social media services are blocked. Its stock market seems to be no different. Trading reopened in 33 Russian stocks on Thursday, for the first … Read more

Starbucks Stock Has Gotten Crushed. This Analyst Says It’s Time to Buy.

Text size Starbucks stock still looks good for the long haul, Jefferies says. Scott Olson / Getty Images Starbucks stock is off roughly 25% year to date, but Jefferies argues that the market has it wrong. Starbucks (ticker: SBUX) faces a number of uncertainties in the near term, including employee efforts to unionize, concerns about … Read more