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US: Stocks gain on Brexit progress, Netflix results

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18.10.2019

US: Stocks gain on Brexit progress, Netflix results

[NEW YORK] Wall Street stocks rose on Thursday after Britain and the EU announced a new Brexit deal and as Netflix and Morgan Stanley gained on solid earnings. Read more at The Business Times.

Besides Brexit and developments in the grinding US-China trade war, investors have been focused on corporate earnings this week.

But Netflix gained 2.5 per cent as it reported a 65 per cent increase in quarterly profits to US$665 million and executives expressed confidence despite increased competition from Disney, Apple and others in video streaming.

Among other companies reporting results, Alcoa surged 6.0 per cent and Honeywell International gained 2.4 per cent.

Read more: The Business Times

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