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Facebook, Deutsche Bank, Lumber Liquidators and more



  Traders works on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) in New York, USA, Wednesday 9 November 2016.

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Traders working on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) in New York, USA, Wednesday, November 9, 2016.

Check out the companies that make headlines dinner Monday:

Synaptics Inc. – Synaptics shares died more than 17 percent on Monday. The touch screen manufacturer and fingerprint sensors, ranging from smartphones to tablets, delivered the sales guide late Friday, which was at the lower end of its previously set range – referring to weaker demand from China. The company also said that CEO Richard Bergmand would go down immediately.

Johnson Controls – Stocks rose nearly 1 percent after Well Fargo upgraded the technology and the industrial company to outperform the market, with low expectations and feelings "even as the basics are picking up."

Edwards Lifesciences – Stocks of Edwards Lifesciences rose 6.10 percent after the company made positive findings from its non-invasive heart valve systems. Phase three of a clinical trial for valves showed better results than surgical options.

Overstock.com – Overstock stocks fell 5.1 percent after the online retailer reported a larger than expected loss for the fourth quarter. Overstock had a loss of $ 1.39 per share. Analysts asked by FactSet forecast a loss of 84 cents. CEO Patrick Byrne called the losses "nausea" in a statement.

Lumber Liquidators – Shares of Lumber Liquidators Holdings fell 12.09 percent after the company's CFO was agreed, and the company lowered its guidance for 2019. The company also reported negative same store sales for the first quarter. The company also missed revenue estimates of $ 3.6 million.

Caesars Entertainment – Caesars shares jumped 3 percent on reports it is in early stages to explore a merger with other US casino operator Eldorado Resorts. The deal comes after Ceasars, earlier this month, agreed to give billion-investor Carl Icahn three board seats to their representatives.

CNBC's Nadine El-Bawab, Jessica Bursztynsky and JR Reed contributed to this report. [19659016]
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