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Chipotle shares continued falling as the company faces its first decline in a key sales figure after an outbreak of E. coli.
U.S. stocks closed lower, weighed by a sharp decline in energy as oil plunged to a near-seven-year low.
Chipotle's meteoric sales growth moderated even before its E. coli problems surfaced.
One popular type of restaurant is notably missing from Darden's portfolio—Mexican.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Meanwhile, U.S. stock futures were higher this morning, after the Dow surged 369 points, after Friday's solid jobs report and as ECB President Mario Draghi reassured markets.
The once high-flying fast-casual chain suffered a bigger E. coli outbreak, prompting it to cut guidance for this quarter.
The FDA's E.coli recall now includes over 150,000 items that you can find in any grocery store. NBCNews reports.
The three-year Thanksgiving week winning streak on Wall Street remains in play. The stock market will be closed tomorrow for Thanksgiving Day, and open for just a half day on Friday.
U.S. stocks closed mildly lower as investors eyed fluctuations in oil prices and looked ahead to data in the shortened Thanksgiving holiday week.
The effects of an E. coli outbreak on Chipotle should prove limited, and same-store sales should grow next year, one analyst said.
The Mexican chain occupies an enviable position in the industry, but this could soon change.
CNBC's Jim Cramer said Monday he is at a loss with regard to Chipotle Mexican Grill's situation.
U.S. stocks closed higher Friday, helped by gains in retail stocks, as investors looked to central banker comments.
Data from USDA show the most recalled foods in the U.S. going back several years. Pork, beef, chicken are among the big culprits.
Chipotle stock dropped after a CDC post about an E. coli outbreak reported three more states reporting people being infected by E. coli.
One metric for the brand has just hit an 8-year low.
U.S. stock futures were higher this morning, building on a late afternoon comeback on Wall Street that saw the S&P 500 break a four-day losing streak and the Dow finish the day on the upside.
"Fast Money" traders discussed their favorite food plays, including Chipotle, McDonald's and Whole Foods.