In the latest earnings news, shares of
rose 1.8% after the warehouse retailer said its fiscal fourth-quarter net income
27% from last year and handily beat Wall Street's expectations.
, the restaurant operator whose brands include Pizza Hut, Taco Bell and KFC, lifted its outlook for the full year to adjusted earnings of at least $3.24 a share after beating analysts' expectations in the third quarter. The stock surged 8%.
In other corporate news, Japanese automaker
will recall 7.43 million vehicles globally including in the U.S., Japan and Europe for a faulty power-window switch. Toyota ADRs were down 2.1%.
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shares tumbled 5.4% after the tax preparation and banking services company said it may sell its bank division in reaction to changes stipulated by the Dodd-Frank regulations.
set a goal to improve profits by $1.7 billion over the next three years, largely by cutting costs at its underperforming express air division. Shares gained 5.2%.
( CMI )
reduced its full-year revenue estimate and said that it plans to slash its headcount by as much as 1,500 by the end of the year amid growing global economic uncertainties. The stock was off 3.4%.
Specialty materials and chemicals producer
( FOE )
slashed its third-quarter earnings outlook because of its weakening solar pastes and metal powders business. Shares plunged 24%.
--Written by Andrea Tse and Joe Deaux in New York.
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