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Winners and losers
Stocks in the green include Starbucks as the world’s largest coffee chain beat on profit and revenue for the quarter, Expedia as the travel booking site reported strong earnings, citing a 13% jump in gross bookings, and Chipotle – shares smoking hot as the fast casual chain beat on earnings, revenue, and comp sales, as well as raised its comp sales forecast for the remainder of the year.
Stocks in the red include Exxon Mobil as oil and gas giant missed badly on earnings, as maintenance projects around the globe hit its refining unit, Twitter as it reported a revenue miss, and a decline in monthly active users as it tries to clean up its user base from spam accounts and bots, and Helios & Matheson – shares dropping as its MoviePass outage was caused by the company temporarily running out of money, and having to borrowed $5 million in cash to turn the service back on.