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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.
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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.