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Boeing shares drifted modestly higher Tuesday after the world's biggest planemaker lifted its forecast for aircraft demand in China, the world's biggest market, amid ongoing questions over the return of its troubled 737 MAX jet.
Same-restaurant sales rose 3.8% in the quarter, and expectations for fiscal 2020 are for growth of 2% to 3%.
Randall Stephenson called the activist recommendations 'a mixed bag' and argued that AT&T is well on its way to achieving its main objectives.
Jim Cramer's breaking down the ticker tape for investors.