Chipotle Mexican Grill were among the most active names of Tuesday’s premarket session, with both stocks falling on heavy volume.
Chipotle lost 5.2 per cent to $US618.80 before the bell a day after the burrito chain reported another acceleration in quarterly restaurant sales growth but signaled that such momentum couldn’t last forever.
The stock has been a trading favourite this year, up about 23 per cent in 2014, based on Monday’s closing price. That easily outpaces the S&P 500’s rise of about 3 per cent.
(Editing by Lisa Von Ahn)
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