U.S. stocks made away with slight gains as Wall Street shrugged off crude oil's first loss in five sessions. The energy sector reversed losses, though, after the EIA increased its 2017 price forecast. Chipotle (CMG) slumped on worries over its sales performance. At a Barclays conference, management said it was "nervous" about its guidance. The burrito chain has struggled to bounce back after an E.coli outbreak at restaurants last year. SeaWorld (SEAS) outlined plans to cut 320 jobs across 12 parks as part of its out-of-court restructuring efforts. The cuts are designed to improve operations and cut costs. Netflix (NFLX) was upped to HOLD from SELL at Evercore. The firm said its fears over an increasingly-competitive video streaming environment had not come to pass. Analysts said competing services had gained little traction.
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