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Netflix shares soar on huge growth in subscriber additions | Reuters

Netflix Inc (NFLX.O) added many more subscribers in the third quarter than analysts expected as new original shows such as "Stranger Things" kept users hooked to the service, sending the company's..
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Weak customer additions weigh on Netflix shares

(Reuters) - Netflix Inc's shares looked set to open more than 13 percent lower after the video streaming company signed up far fewer subscribers than expected in the second quarter.
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Netflix shares tumble 15% in second quarter

Six months in, shares of Netflix have plunged.
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Netflix shares plunge as subscriber forecasts miss estimates | Reuters

Streaming video service Netflix Inc ( NFLX.O ) forecast its number of U.S. and international subscribers would grow at a slower pace than Wall Street expected this quarter, sending its shares tumbling..
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