|Day Low/High||102.11 / 104.86|
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Some of the big names are doing well, but it has been a struggle for many others, include Ruby Tuesday.
Tomorrow's shareholder meeting will see management pitted against activist shareholder Marcato Capital Management in a battle for the company's future.
Stocks are set for the worst start to a trading day in a month as investors grow increasingly worried that the chaos in Washington will delay President Trump's pro-business agenda.
You may not like their food, but these 4 stocks could deserve a bearish or bullish bite.
The stock is trying to launch a new leg to the upside.
In retail, food and tech, the landscape has been shifting.
After opening in the wrong direction, it remains to be seen if investors step up to the plate.
In the big food business, it has always taken 18 months for the people of America to forget.
People are circling back to such names as Ulta and Starbucks.
During the shortened trading week of November 21, investors will be parsing remarks from Federal Reserve Vice Chair Stanley Fischer.
Amid reports that billionaire investor Bill Ackman may be gaining more influence at Chipotle, Jim Cramer says it will take time for Chipotle to recover from its 2015 E.coli outbreak.
This name looks set to exceed recent highs and take off into new high territory.
Strength in the dining sector only appears to be rising as people return to their busy lives and a quick bite to eat with the passage of summer.
I've changed my mind. Bill Ackman's CMG purchase is smart after all.
Let's make a long of both shares and calls in Chipotle Mexican Grill this week's Trade of the Week. I paid $426 a share for some CMG this morning, and plan to buy calls in the stock as well. Now, I took a profitable trading short in CMG last Wednesd...
He's in before what has historically been the same store sales turn.
Just as Chipotle starts to rebound, Whole Foods gets hit with a new claim.
Enjoy their food but realize that present-day valuations may be hard to swallow on any bad news.
Apple was in Wall Street's cross-hairs again, churning out fresh 52-week lows and tumbling further into a bear market.