NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- Starbucks (SBUX - Get Report), Green Mountain Coffee Roasters' (GMCR - Get Report) and Dunkin' Donuts (DNKN - Get Report) shares continued to climb on Friday -- even as the overall market waffled amid still-unresolved federal debt ceiling talks -- following a week of blowout earnings and a successful IPO.
Starbucks shares gained 1.3% to $40.50 around midday Friday, Green Mountain added 1.4% to $104.04 and Dunkin' rose 2.4% to $29.08.
On Wednesday, shares of Dunkin' Donuts owner Dunkin' Brands hit the Nasdaq fully caffeinated, surging more than 52% in their first day on the market. Dunkin's IPO was priced at $19 late Tuesday before it began trading Wednesday morning. The company, which was bought by a private-equity consortium including Bain Capital, Carlyle Group and Thomas H. Lee Partners in 2006 for $2.4 billion, sold 22.25 million shares in its market debut to raise around $423 million. Other stocks in the coffee-and-doughnut space were mixed on Friday. Krispy Kreme Donuts (KKD - Get Report) fell 0.9% to $8.16, Peet's Coffee & Tea (PEET) lost 1.3% to $58.16, Canada's Tim Hortons (THI - Get Report) shed 0.8% to $47.60 and McDonald's (MCD - Get Report) was lower by 0.6% to $86.24.
-- Written by Miriam Marcus Reimer in New York.
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