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October 30, 2013  Wed 7:34 AM CT

GM: SEE CHART GET CHAIN FIND STRATEGIES
U.S., Europe Drives Results

General Motors earned $0.96 a share in the third quarter, better than the $0.94 expected by analysts. Revenue missed, but investors are focusing on that strong bottom line, which benefited from better operations in the United States and Europe. GM climbs 3 percent before the opening bell on my tradeMONSTER platform.

Earnings Lift Buffalo Wild Wings

Buffalo Wild Wings reported profit of $0.95 a share on sales of $315.8 million. Analysts had only expected $0.85 and $311.6 million, respectively. Management also raised full-year guidance. BWLD climbs 8 percent in the premarket.

IAC/InterActive Falls on Revenue

IAC/InterActive's earnings beat expectations, but revenue of $756.9 million lagged the $805.3 million consensus estimate. That miss has IACI down 15 percent in early trading.
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