Ah don't worry it was something they said during the call about july sales profits are still in line, probably will shake out in a few days.
here is the wire,
STARBUCKS CORP (Nasdaq-NM: SBUX) Aftermarket Movers: Starbucks falls
NEW YORK, Aug 03, 2006 (XFN-ASIA via COMTEX) -- Starbucks Corp. shares fell in
aftermarket trading Wednesday after the coffee chain reported profit rose
year-over-year on a 23 percent rise in sales, but delivered disappointing
same-store sales figures for July.
The Seattle-based company -- whose second-quarter profit beat expectations --
also handed Wall Street guidance in line with analyst views. However, Starbucks
reported same-store sales rose 4 percent last month -- significantly below
projections for a rise of 6.4 percent.
In addition, the company said it expects to add 2,400 locations in 2007. This
will also cause capital spending to rise higher than previously anticipated, to
about $800 million.
Shares tumbled $3.13, or 9.4 percent, to $30.17 in after-hours trading on the
INET electronic exchange, after closing at $33.30 on the Nasdaq.