Chipotle stuns Wall Street with quesadilla-fueled earnings win: CNBC After Hours

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    CNBC.com’s Pippa Stevens brings you the day’s top business news headlines. On today’s show, Kate Rogers breaks down Chipotle’s blockbuster first quarter and massive digital sales growth. Plus, Eunice Yoon is on the ground in Shanghai testing out China’s new digital currency.

    00:00 — Intro

    0:28 — Stocks have worst day in April

    1:06 — Chipotle delivers strong quarter fueled by digital sales growth

    3:02 — CNBC Soundcheck

    4:58 — China’s Digital Yuan

    8:07 — Numbers Round

    10:37 — Happy One-year Anniversary After Hours!

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