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Exxon, Chevron hold back gains; Chipotle cuts Q4 outlook; Keurig bought for $14b

Time for your daily dose of trending tickers, the stocks you're following based on your Yahoo Finance ticker searches.

Exxon Mobil, Chevron

U.S. stocks slipped on dropping oil prices. Energy giants Exxon Mobil (XOM) and Chevron (CVX) dragged the blue chips and the S&P lower, with Chevron being the Dow Jones Industrial's worst performer. Oil prices continued to fall after OPEC decided against a cut in production.

Chipotle 

Shares of Chipotle (CMG) tanked after cutting guidance. The Mexican restaurant chain said its recent E. coli outbreak will hurt its current quarter and slashed its sales and earnings forecast. The outbreak has spread to three more states making it a total of nine states where the illness has been linked to its restaurants. Chipotle was also downgraded by a couple by Cowen and Guggenheim.

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Keurig Green Mountain

Keurig Green Mountain (GMCR) has agreed to be taken private. Shares of the coffee machine maker spiked more than 70 percent in early trading. The company will be bought by JAB Holding for $92 dollars a shares. That's nearly 78 percent above the last closing price. The $14 billion dollar deal is expected to close early next year.