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Stocks making the biggest moves after hours: American Eagle, Dave & Buster's and more

Stocks making the biggest moves after hours: American Eagle, Dave & Buster's and more

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Check out the companies making headlines after the bell: American Eagle shares fell more than 6 percent after the market-close Tuesday. The clothing brand missed revenue estimates revenue, reporting $ 1 billion while analysts expected $ 1.02 billion. It met earnings projections at 48 cents a share. It also reported 8 percent growth in comparative sales, while analysts estimated 8.5 percent growth. Dave and Busters shares dropped more than 15 percent during after hours trading despite beating analyst estimates. The company reported earnings of 30 cents per share, versus analyst estimates of 24 cents per share. It also reported $ 282 million in r...

I Found 5 Solid Income Stocks With Zero Debt

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Stocks Down More Than 4% This Week

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]The week started so well on Monday with a more than 1 advance following Fed Chair Jerome Powell s just below neutral speech on Nov 28 and a 90 day delay in further tariffs from the G 20 But that was all the good news for stocks When the closing bell rang on Friday each of the major Latest Articles in
Stocks plunge may have been a too fearful reaction to trade, economic worries

Stocks plunge may have been a too fearful reaction to trade, economic worries

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After sharp gains in the past week amid hopes for a trade deal, stocks fell back into correction mode Tuesday, plunging on worries the trade talks could fail and that global growth is slowing. But some strategists said the selling, which took the Dow down as much as 800 points intraday, appeared to be overdone and could have also been made heavier by the fact that the stock market is closed for a full day Wednesday for President George H.W. Bush's funeral. The selloff was also exacerbated by a big move in the bond market, with the trading there flashing warning signs about the economy. "I don't think this continues. I think this is people with ...

No Black Friday for Stocks This Week

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]With the major indices already down several percentage points through Wednesday s close and Black Friday being a super slow volume day no one was expecting the market to get into the black for the week today A rally would have been nice though but instead we got more losses It was all Latest Articles in