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Take a look at some of Wednesday’s morning movers:
William Ackman, founder and CEO of Pershing Square, is very well known in investing circles for high risk, high return investments. But fast food, he explains, is a safe bet.
Chipotle shares rose more than 2 percent Wednesday after Goldman Sachs highlighted the fast-food chain, but not all “Fast Money” pros were lining up for Mexican food.
The forecast on Wall Street is for more dizzying volatility Thursday. For the time being, equities are likely to stay vulnerable to high speed moves and wide swings as investors ran to the safety of bonds, driving rates toward historic low levels.
Shares of Dunkin' Brands soared more than 33 percent in their debut Wednesday, and are now up over 40 percent amid strong investor demand.
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What follows is a roundup of corporate earnings reports for Wednesday, Feb. 23
The Bank of Nova Scotia is sometimes praised for having a nearly perfect record with its investments in the United States. But it is the only one of Canada’s five large banks that has largely avoided the American market, the New York Times reports.
Stocks closed at record highs yet again, although on modest gains, as a series of upbeat economic reports and a positive outlook from shipping giant Federal Express, continued to give investors reasons for optimism. Alcoa rose, while AmEx fell.
Stocks were on pace to close at record highs yet again, although on modest gains, as a series of upbeat economic reports, and a positive outlook from shipping giant Federal Express, continued to give investors reasons for optimism. Alcoa rose, while AmEx fell.
ocks gained modestly after several largely upbeat economic reports, and a positive outlook from shipping giant Federal Express. Alcoa and BofA rose, while Microsoft fell.
Coffee is one hot commodity when you're a producer for a three hour morning show. So when coffee futures recently hit 13-plus year highs and raw sugar started trading around seven month highs — it created the jitters. Liking them sweet 'n low is an understatement.
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Following are Thursday's biggest winners and losers. Even with today's rough market, there were a number of pops, such as an internet florist, a Canadian fast food chain and a certain star athlete making the move to the Big Apple.
With Starbucks' giving out free samples of their new Pike Place Roast coffee today, the battle for share of your daily caffeine fix wages on. Growing competition and a weakening economy has put a lot of pressure on Starbucks. Increased marketing and lower priced options from companies like McDonalds and Dunkin Donuts have consumers seeking alternatives. Here are some stats on what's at stake.
Wendy's International said its net income fell, but earnings before restructuring and other expenses rose 55 percent due to a menu price increase and cost controls.
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Billionaire investor Nelson Peltz, who earlier this week said he was prepared to offer $37 to $41 a share for Wendy's International , told CNBC that he hopes to negotiate "a fair confidentiality agreement" with the fast-food chain.