Starbucks Disappoint In Sales, But Tops Wall Street Estimates With Earnings

Starbucks Disappoint In Sales

The earnings of Starbucks in the last quarter have beaten Wall Street analysts’ expectations, as the company reported on Tuesday. However, the sales from the stores were disappointing and did not go along with the estimates of stock analysts on Wall Street.

The company’s sales in the last quarter grew by 10%, which was weaker than the expected growth of 11%. StreetAccount made the above estimates. However, on the sunny side, Starbucks’ same-store sales skyrocketed in China, as it reached 46%.

Despite the fall in sales in the United States, Starbucks still reaffirmed its 2023 fiscal outlook. According to,

Still, the company reaffirmed its fiscal 2023 outlook during its conference call. Starbucks is projecting revenue growth of 10% to 12%. The company slightly raised its adjusted earnings-per-share growth outlook to 16% to 17% from the low end of 15% to 20%.”

Furthermore, Starbucks shares also fell a little less than 1% in external trading. As per the claims of the company, the expected earnings per share was 95 cents, while the adjusted earnings were $1. On the other hand, the adjusted revenue was $9.17 billion in comparison to $9.29 billion.

In addition to that, Starbucks also reported an attributable fiscal third-quarter net income of $1.41 billion or 99 cents per share. In comparison, the third-quarter income last year was $912.9 million or 79 cents per share.

Hence, the operating margin of Starbucks expanded from 15.9% to 17.3%. This expansion was driven by various improvements in productivity and higher menu prices. Furthermore, the net sales of Starbucks are now $9.17 billion, which is up by 12%.

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