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*IMF cuts global growth view for second time. *Nasdaq biotech index down 4 pct. Oct 6- U.S. stocks fell on Tuesday as healthcare companies lost ground and investors eyed upcoming quarterly reports that are expected to show a dip in corporate earnings.
The major restaurant companies are expected to report generally higher third-quarter earnings, although there could be some disappointments.
Oct 6- U.S. stocks were little changed in morning trading, with a surge in DuPont helping the Dow inch higher and a decline in health care stocks weighing on the Nasdaq. DuPont rose 10.6 percent to $56.74 after it said CEO Ellen Kullman would step down. At 9:55 a.m. ET, the Dow Jones industrial average was up 62.67 points, or 0.37 percent, at 16,839.1.
U.S. stock index futures pointed to a flat to slightly lower open on Tuesday ahead of key earnings, after stocks extended a rally Monday.
*U.S. trade deficit widens to $48.33 bln in Aug. Oct 6- Wall Street looked set to open lower on Tuesday as investors book profits after the S&P 500' s best 5- day run since 2011.. "We're just digesting some of the gains and that is part of the reason why markets are just slightly lower," said Paul Nolte, director of trading at Conifer Securities in New York.
*German industrial orders fell unexpectedly in August, data released on Tuesday showed, adding to worries that waning demand, especially from China and other emerging markets, would spread across the globe. *Crude oil prices fell slightly, before steadying near $50 per barrel, as investors booked profits from a rally on Monday that sent Brent crude prices up more...
U.S. stock futures were lower this morning, after another powerful rally on Wall Street Monday pushed the Dow, S&P 500, and Nasdaq out of correction territory and wiped out their September losses.
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WASHINGTON— Commerce Department releases international trade data for August, 8:30 a.m. Eastern time. BERLIN— Germany releases August industrial orders figures for Europe's biggest economy. PepsiCo Inc. reports quarterly financial results before the market opens.
U.S. stock futures were higher this morning, after Friday's biggest intraday reversal on Wall Street in four years. Stocks in Europe and Japan were sharply higher in Monday trading.
Traders will be on the lookout next week for any signs of overseas weakness seeping into the U.S. economy after surprisingly soft job growth.
Market will shift focus to earnings and fundamentals.
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Chipotle says carnitas are back on the menu at 90 percent of its restaurants.
A recent index attempts to shed some light on how customers perceive some of the country's largest dining chains.
Taco Bell will open a location that serves wine, beer, sangria and frozen mixed drinks in Chicago next week.
Sept 15- Yum Brands Inc's Taco Bell chain next week will debut a new restaurant concept that dumps the drive-thru and brings on the booze as it seeks to appeal to hip, young city dwellers and fend off popular rival Chipotle Mexican Grill Inc.. The Cantina restaurants also will offer a tapas-style menu of shareable appetizers during designated hours each evening,...
Coca-Cola's citrus-flavored soda Surge is making a comeback and it's not the only nostalgic product hitting the market.