Markets seem to be stuck in a range, but here are three stocks that saw unusual moves Thursday.
Here's what's moving Thursday midday:
The FMHR traders discuss where Netflix could be headed longer-term, amid its recent boost from its deal with Disney; and CNBC's Mary Thompson reports Yum Brands is on the move after its CEO says he is "very confident" in restaurant sales in China for next year.
The S&P Retail Index hit an historic high yesterday. Yet retailers are weak Tuesday. Huh? According to traders, one firm, Nomura, has been cautious on Gap due to competition concerns. But there's a bigger problem for retailers.
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Stunned investors sent shares of Yum tumbling after the company said sales in China were expected to fall 4 percent. Does that mean China’s economy is in trouble?
Following Yum! Brands’ soft comps in China, CNBC “Fast Money” pros took positions on what to do with the stock Friday.
Following Yum! Brands' soft comps, Pete Najarian, Steve Weiss and Joe Terranova take positions on what to do with the stock.
Take a look at some of Friday's morning movers.
Check out which companies are making headlines after the bell Thursday:
Organizers claim "hundreds" of fast food workers across New York City walked off the job Thursday, in what experts are calling the first multi-restaurant strike by fast food workers in the US.
Welcome Colonel Sanders. Japan Airlines is rolling out KFC meals on flights to the U.S. and Europe.
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Oct 29- Burger King Worldwide Inc turned in stronger-than-expected U.S. and Canadian restaurant sales for the latest quarter- when rival McDonald's Corp posted its worst quarterly restaurant sales growth in nine years.
GDP growth is slowing in China, but some investors believe large cap stocks with exposure to the country are still safe bets.
NEW YORK-- Burger King Worldwide Inc. reports its third-quarter results Monday, which should give investors another snapshot on the chain's efforts to refresh its outdated image in the U.S. while expanding overseas. In April, Burger King unveiled its biggest ever menu revamp, along with a star-studded advertising campaign.
Although Chipotle Mexican Grill faces slowing growth, two analysts suggest that a rise in menu prices may negatively affect consumer traffic and sales.
McDonald’s sales at existing restaurants grew at the slowest pace since 2003, but one analyst still expects the fast food company’s shares to climb higher.
After a bumper crop of pumpkin-flavored products this fall, it looks like it’s time to bring out the gingerbread and mint at restaurant chains even though trick-or-treaters have yet to ring the doorbell.
NEW YORK-- Chipotle's stock is taking a big hit from investors worried that years of lightning-fast growth are over. Chipotle shares closed down 15 percent, or $42.93, at $243. Late Thursday, Chipotle Mexican Grill Inc. said its third-quarter revenue and net income both grew.