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On Thursday, investors will get quarterly results from Amazon and Chipotle.
Jim Cramer says investors should stay put when it comes to Chipotle shares.
This week on Wall Street, investors will get quarterly results from Apple, a Federal Reserve meeting and the January jobs report.
The Trump administration is making headlines on its proposed 20% Mexico border tax, but the details are still unclear.
Shares of Chipotle moved lower after the Trump Administration weighed the idea of a 20% tax on all U.S. imports from Mexico.
Coming close didn't generate much excitement, but now…
Jim Cramer looks at Wells Fargo and previews Morgan Stanley's earnings.
Bank stocks are the cheapest in the market if we look at what really counts.
The company may be mounting a mild comeback, but its heyday is unlikely to return.
President-elect Trump will likely be asked about unsubstantiated reports that Russia has compromising information about him.
The three major equity indices finished mixed, with the Nasdaq showing the best performance for the day.
Survey says: Maybe business is getting better.
Jim Cramer says that despite Chipotle's better-than-expected comparable-store sales figures, it's not time to buy shares just yet.
Stocks were climbing at midday on Tuesday, and the Nasdaq moved further into record territory.
Chipotle is saying its current-quarter earnings will be almost half of what analysts were projecting when it reports fourth-quarter results on Feb. 2.
Deutsche Bank is sounding the alarm on Chipotle shares, maintaining its sell rating on the stock.
It would be polite to say many of these predictions were off the mark; missing the target entirely might be more accurate.
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Companies like Marathon Petroleum and Chipotle could feel more pressure from activists in 2017.
Wall Street has to adjust its thinking -- the burrito chain's glory days are likely gone forever.
The management shake-up at Chipotle is less important than the additional time it needs for the public to forget its food scare, says Jim Cramer.
U.S. stocks are mixed Monday as oil prices surge after non-OPEC countries agree to cut production and markets anticipate Fed moves.
Wendy's stock has been sizzling, as has the company's sales.
The company points with pride to a lot of things -- except maybe same-store sales.