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$EXPE had a deficit in its working capital of $2.9Bil as of Dec. 31, 2015 vs. a deficit of $1.3Bil as of the same period a year ago. The change in deficit is primarily due to financing and investing activities, including cash paid for the business acquisitions and capex. Capex for 2016 is expected to be broadly in line with 2015 spending levels.
$NFLX a monster move, going up. Expect making some money on Monday.
$AMD down more than 6% even after posting above consensus third quarter results.
$MCD stock rose more than 2% after it posted better than expected 3Q16 results, driven by global same-store sales growth. Meanwhile, earnings and revenue were lower than last year, hurt by refranchising efforts.