After-hours buzz: Chipotle, Disney, Steelcase & more

Worried NYSE traders
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Check out the companies making headlines after the bell Monday:

Chipotle shares hit a 52-week low in Monday's regular trading session after the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said it is investigating a possible new outbreak of E. coli linked to the fast-casual chain. The restaurant's stock continued to drop after the bell.

Disney stock rose in after-hours trading as the media giant's latest "Star Wars" movie broke the record for any global film debut. "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" posted an all-time industry-high of $248 million domestically and $281 million internationally for a new record of more than $500 million since its opening day.

Steelcase shares fell 20 percent in after-hours trading. The office furniture manufacturer missed expectations for both the top and bottom lines for the fiscal third quarter.

Shares of Amazon edged higher after the bell as last-minute holiday shopping kicked in Monday.

Twitter rose modestly in after-hours trading following a drop in the regular session. The social media platform's shares fell more than 3 percent as investors continued to sell the stock over concerns about its slowing user growth.