stock rose 3% in extended trading Monday after the coffee giant announced plans to reopen more than 85% of its U.S. stores by the end of this week. Starbucks initially won't allow dine-in service, but will provide pickup and delivery in cafes, as well as drive-through. By early June, the Seattle-based company expects to have more than 90% of its stores open with limited hours. It followed the same return-to-operations plan in China. The Seattle-based company expects mobile pay to play an even more prominent role in transactions. Starbucks shares are down 8% in the last year. The broader S&P 500 index
is down 4% in the last year.