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Social media bear evidence of recovery from E. coli nightmare.
Shares could be a great value play if they fall a bit more.
Friday's selloff continued into the new week with investors panic selling over oil and global growth concerns in Monday's trading session.
With Chipotle Mexican Grill (CMG) closing stores for lunch Monday to review its safety procedures, Moe’s Southwest Grill is going on the offensive, targeting its rival.
U.S. stocks opened sharply lower as oil prices fell again, and investors fretted about earnings and what's next for the Federal Reserve.
The E. coli issue will pass, just as it did for other food chains.
Slowing growth in the U.S. services economy has stocks pointed in the wrong direction today.
The Japanese Nikkei index leads most Asian markets lower overnight, amid ongoing volatility in the oil market and concerns that global growth is slowing.
A little good news will go a long way in driving the stock higher.
Shares have jumped, but raders should keep their powder dry.
In 'What's Ahead' for the week of Feb. 1, over 20 percent of companies in the S&P 500 are set to release earnings.
Results from a tech, biotech and restaurant stock will be particularly important.
Good riddance January. Stocks had the worst start to a year since 2009.
'Head coach' Easterbrook shows that if you can inspire it will work wonders.
After a sensational 2015 second half and successful all-day breakfast drive, few are doubting Easterbrook's efforts.
These companies, and a number of others, are clearly showing that the Fed is way off base on the U.S. economy.
BP has the financial resources to weather the downturn in oil and will be the first major back once prices move higher, said Steve Dudash, president of IHT Wealth.
Also, Jim Cramer weighs in on Starbucks and other stocks.
The S&P 500 fell to its lowest level in 14 months as oil prices spiraled lower.
The stock jumped 15% last week, so I understand the hesitation here.
On Friday the market saw a lot of red as the price of oil closed below $30 a barrel for the first time since 2003.
The spreads are rough in the options market; don't try to be a hero today.