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Facebook, Deutsche Bank, Lumber Liquidators & more



  On Wednesday, November 9, 2016, traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) in New York, USA.

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On Wednesday, November 9, 2016, traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) in New York (USA).

Take a look at the companies that make headlines on Monday:

Synaptics Inc. – Synaptics shares plummeted more than 17 percent on Monday. The manufacturer of touchscreens and fingerprint sensors, which cover everything from smartphones to tablet computers, issued a sell recommendation on Friday at the lower end of the aforementioned range, citing weaker demand from China. The company also said that its CEO Richard Bergmand would resign immediately.

Johnson Controls – Equities rose nearly 1 percent after Well Fargo modernized its technology and multi-industry business to outperform market performance Fundamentals are on the rise. "

Edwards Lifesciences – Edwards Lifesciences' shares rose 6.10 percent after announcing positive results from its non-invasive heart valve replacement systems Phase three of a clinical trial for the valves showed better results than surgical options. [19659006Overstockcom-Overstockstocksfell51percentaftertheonlineretailerreportedastronger-than-expectedlossinthefourthquarterwithsurplusstocksdown$139pershareanalystssurveyedbyFactSetpredictLossof84centsCEOPatrickByrnecalledthelossesinastatement"disgusting"

Lumber Liquidators – The shares of Lumber Liquidators Holdings fell 12.09 percent after the company's CFO resigned and the company's forecast for 2019. The company also reported a negative business revenue for the first quarter also missed sales estimates of $ 3.6 million.

Caesars Entertainment – Caesars shares rose 3 percent from reports that are in the early stages of exploring a merger with US casino operator Eldorado Resorts. The negotiations took place after Ceasars had agreed earlier this month to give the billionaire investor Carl Icahn three supervisory board mandates to its representatives.

– Nadine El-Bawab of CNBC, Jessica Bursztynsky and JR Reed contributed to this report.

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