/Why AMC shares fell 18 percent in Thursday's wild trading session: CNBC After Hours

Why AMC shares fell 18 percent in Thursday's wild trading session: CNBC After Hours


CNBC.com’s Pippa Stevens brings you the day’s top business news headlines. On today’s show, CNBC’s digital video team takes a look at another wild trading session for AMC, which announced Thursday it was selling 11.5 million shares after its stock rose more than 420 percent in the past month. Plus, CNBC’s Kate Rogers explains why coffee appears to be the latest commodity seeing prices soar, and what it means for your daily caffeine fix.

00:00 — CNBC After Hours: June 3, 2021
0:27 — Stocks end with slight declines
1:18 — AMC shares drop on stock offering
3:49 — CNBC Soundcheck
5:51 — Coffee prices soar
8:27 — Numbers Round

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