Green Mountain Coffee Shares Steam Higher

Green Mountain Coffee Roaster shares spiked more than 14% on the open
after reporting better than expected earnings.
The shares were wobbling violently in after-hours trading, as the company also reported a $US1 billion buyback and pulled first quarter guidance back.

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