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Despite the company handily beating expectations, investors are selling off today.
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Frequently called the MercadoLibre of Africa, Jumia has some huge opportunities ahead of it.
Early optimism on an earnings beat seems to have vaporized as investors realized the company's results and customer traffic continue to point toward bankruptcy as a very real possibility.
The provider of alternative fuel for transportation reported double-digit growth and positive cash flow.
The retail specialist's stock is up with most of the market on positive China-U.S. trade news -- but it doesn't appear to be material for Tile Shop.
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Chart Industries is in the driver's seat to profit from one of the biggest global trends in energy.
The provider of natural gas for transportation reported solid second-quarter results, but the market continues to have an unfavorable view of the company.
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Despite big profit growth, shares are down 14% on earnings that failed to meet expectations, and on concerns about its international business.