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In Case you Missed it: Stocks' Wild Ride, Trade, Huawei, Netflix Earnings

There was a lot to unpack Thursday. Stocks Thursday Morning Stocks were seesawing Thursday morning, staying largely flat in the morning and early afternoon. This came after two pieces of bad news: Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. LTD , a major Apple Inc. supplier, issued a weak forward looking forecast, another indication of weakening global demand, and news broke that the U.S. is investigating Chinese telecom giant Huawei, which may have been attempting to steal secrets from U.S. businesses. That cast doubt over prospects of improving trade relations. Kevin Curran of RealMoney covered the implications of Taiwan Semiconductors' forecast all day. Stocks Thursday Afternoon The Dow Jones Industrial Average shot up more than 200 points just before 3:00 p.m. after news broke that the U.S. was considering easing tariffs on Chinese goods. Then, stocks trimmed their gains after Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin denied the reports of the positive trade talks. Still, all three major indices were solidly up. Netflix Earnings Netflix Inc. is reporting quarterly earnings Thursday. See the earnings news at 4 p.m., Eric Johnsa's live blog on Netflix's earnings all evening, and Katherine Ross' tweets on the earnings call all evening. Apple is a holding in Jim Cramer's Action Alerts PLUS member club. Members of Cramer's Action Alerts Plus club can watch Cramer's exclusive call on Thursday, Nov. 17.



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