It depends on where in the universe they are located. Some stars move as fast as 50,000km per second, while other move only a few kilometers per second. Please see the link below for more information.
Also, you must ask, “relative to what?” Some particular star may be moving at a million km per second relative to a second star, yet at zero relative to a third star. The sun (ours) is moving at one speed relative to us, a completely different speed relative to the center of the Milky Way, and tens of millions of different speeds relative to the other stars in the Milky Way, and even completely different speeds relative to the Andromeda Galaxy and all the other billions of galaxies.
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