Why I’m Buying Cruise Stocks And Luckin Coffee



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The following is excerpted from an article that originally appeared on CapitalWatch 

Most of us know the story of Luckin Coffee (Pink: LKNCY). In a nutshell, the company was supposed to be the “Starbucks of China” giving the American coffee giant a run for its money on the Mainland. The Beijing-based company launched in 2017 and quickly grew its stores and pick-up locations to rival Starbucks Corporation (NASDAQ: SBUX) in China. The stock exploded in popularity. And then, it just exploded.

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First, reports emerged in January that Luckin had fabricated its financial data, an allegation which the company, of course, denied. Then regulators launched a probe into Luckin in April and found that the company violated Chinese competition laws by inflating its operational data with false statistics to “deceive and mislead the public.”

Regulators also discovered that Luckin falsely increased its 2019 profit margin

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Where to get free coffee in metro Phoenix

Perk up, coffee fans.

Tuesday is National Coffee Day, the ultimate day to get — and stay — caffeinated for little or no cost. 

Restaurants, convenience stores and brands alike are toasting the made-up holiday, which is held annually on Sept. 29, by giving away free coffee and serving up discounted brew.

The free cups might also help you stay alert during the first presidential debate between President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden. The 90-minute debate starts at 9 p.m. EDT.

Starbucks is starting the holiday early for members of its updated Starbucks Rewards loyalty program that launched Sept. 15.

On Monday, the Seattle-based coffee giant kicked off its monthlong “Starland” augmented reality game with more than 2.5 million prizes like free coffee, free breakfast and stars.

Then on Tuesday, members who order a grande or larger handcrafted beverage using the order ahead and pay feature on

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National Coffee Day: Freebies and deals from Dunkin, Krispy Kreme, Starbucks and more

BATON ROUGE, La. (BRPROUD) – Heads up, java lovers. National Coffee Day is Sept. 29 and more than a dozen U.S. retailers plan to slide cups across counters at little to no cost in celebration.

Celebrate National Coffee Day with Barnes & Noble by getting a free tall hot or iced coffee of your choice, with the purchase of any item from the bake case.

Is your escape a good book and a coffee? Starbucks lovers can snag a bag of the company’s signature coffee at Barnes & Noble at a discount of $2 off, and pick up a couple of new paperbacks at buy one,

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Where to find National Coffee Day freebies, deals and discounts

National Coffee Day is Tuesday, and that means free java, deals and discounts throughout the D.C. region. Find out where.

Java addicts rejoice: National Coffee Day is Tuesday, and that means freebies, deals and discounts throughout the D.C. region.

Here’s how to get yours:

Duck Donuts: Get a free any-size coffee with in-store purchase at participating locations.

Dunkin’: Dunkin’ has renamed National Coffee Day in favor (or flavor) of itself: National Dunkin’ Day. To celebrate, the chain is offering a free medium hot or iced coffee (with any purchase) at its restaurants nationwide.

Krispy Kreme: Rewards members get a free coffee and doughnut of their choice. It is free to create an account.

Love’s Travel Stops: Customers can get any sized coffee or hot beverage for the reduced price of $1 on Tuesday. When purchases are made through the Love’s Connect app, all proceeds go to Love’s annual Children’s Miracle

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Get free coffee, java deals Tuesday for National Coffee Day at Dunkin’, Starbucks, Panera and more. See the list.

Perk up, coffee fans.



a sign on the side of a building: Starbucks says it is seeing steady recovery as its stores reopen, but it expects the impact of the new coronavirus to last well into the fall. The coffee giant said July 28 that revenue in its fiscal third quarter plummeted 38% to $4.2 billion.


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Starbucks says it is seeing steady recovery as its stores reopen, but it expects the impact of the new coronavirus to last well into the fall. The coffee giant said July 28 that revenue in its fiscal third quarter plummeted 38% to $4.2 billion.

Tuesday is National Coffee Day, the ultimate day to get – and stay – caffeinated for little or no cost. 

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Restaurants, convenience stores and brands alike are toasting the made-up holiday, which is held annually on Sept. 29, by giving away free coffee and serving up discounted brew.

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The free cups might also help you stay alert during the first presidential debate between President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden. The 90-minute debate starts at 9 p.m. EDT.

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Where to get free coffee and deals Sept. 29

Perk up, coffee fans.

Tuesday is National Coffee Day, the ultimate day to get – and stay – caffeinated for little or no cost. 

Restaurants, convenience stores and brands alike are toasting the made-up holiday, which is held annually on Sept. 29, by giving away free coffee and serving up discounted brew.

The free cups might also help you stay alert during the first presidential debate between President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden. The 90-minute debate starts 9 p.m. ET.

Starbucks is starting the holiday early for members of its updated Starbucks Rewards loyalty program that launched Sept. 15.

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On Monday, the Seattle-based coffee giant kicks off its month-long “Starland” augmented reality game with more than 2.5 million prizes like free coffee, free breakfast and stars.

Then on Tuesday, members who

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Stores offer deals, discounts to celebrate National Coffee Day

OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – Coffee lovers, rejoice!

If you can’t get by without a cup of coffee in the morning, prepare to take advantage of deals on ‘National Coffee Day.’

On Tuesday, Sept. 29, stores across the country are celebrating ‘National Coffee Day.’

Circle K is offering guests a free hot or iced coffee at any size through its app.

Love’s Travel Stops is offering customers any sized coffee or hot beverage for $1 on Sept. 29. When purchases are made through the Love’s Connect app, all proceeds go to Love’s annual Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals campaign.

Drink options include:

  • Signature house or dark roast blend.
  • Colombian or Brazilian blend.
  • Pumpkin flavored coffee.
  • Cinnabon®, Pumpkin Spice or any cappuccino flavor.
  • Hot tea.

Participating Scooter’s Coffee locations will offer a free small hot brewed coffee to anyone visiting Scooter’s Coffee on Sept. 29.

“For us, every day is National Coffee Day,”

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Lily Allen steps out for coffee in London



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The carefree hedonism of Las Vegas was replaced by the grey formality of London as Lily Allen stepped out on Wednesday, little more than a fortnight after exchanging vows with David Harbour. 

The singer’s wedding and engagement rings were clearly visible as she made her first appearance in the English capital since marrying David in a whirlwind Nevada ceremony on September 7th. 

Her appearance also marked the end of an enforced two-week quarantine period following her return to England, the result of tough travel regulations in the ongoing fight against COVID-19.  



Here she comes: The carefree hedonism of Las Vegas was replaced by the grey formality of London as Lily Allen stepped out on Wednesday


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Here she comes: The carefree hedonism of Las Vegas was replaced by the grey formality of London as Lily Allen stepped out on Wednesday

Enjoying what appeared to be her first breath of fresh air since leaving the US without her new husband, who remains in his

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