American Express shares pop on strong earnings

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Kate Rooney joins ‘Closing Bell’ with news from the American Express CFO after the company’s strong Q3 earnings. And Nancy Tengler of Laffer Tengler Investments joins with her analysis of the company, which she says is a large share of her portfolio.

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