Starbucks, McDonald’s, Disney stocks still down amid boycotts
Starbucks, McDonalds, and Walt Disney Co. stocks are still down after boycotts that have been lasting for more than two weeks.
Starbucks stock fell by -0.70 percent to reach a value of $92.02.
McDonald’s stock slipped by -0.027 percent to a value of $255.76.
While Disney stock dropped by -0.56 percent and reached a value of $79.33.
These companies came out in sport of the Israeli attacks on the Palestinian people.
McDonald’s announced it will donate free meals for the Israeli soldiers, while Starbucks sued its branches and union for posting pro-Palestine posts.
Moreover, they also both have reportedly changed some of their packaging to resemble the Israeli flag.
The Israeli aggression on Gaza has been going for more than 20 days, killing more than 8,000 innocent civilians, half of which are children.
Boycotts have going for more than two weeks now, and not just from the arab world, but also from pro-Palestinians across the globe.
On Saturday, London witnessed its largest pro-Palestine march to-date, with over 100,000 calling for a free Palestine.