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Netflix stock was up roughly 15% in after-hours trading Tuesday after the streaming giant announced it had beat investor expectations on earnings, revenue and user growth.

Flashback: Netflix failed to meet investor expectations around user growth in July during its second quarter earnings report, causing it's stock to drop nearly 14% in after-hours trading.

By the numbers, per CNBC:

  • Revenue: $4 billion vs. $4 billion estimate, per a Refinitiv consensus estimate.
  • Earnings per share (EPS): 89 cents vs. 68 cents estimate, according to a Refinitiv consensus estimate.
  • Total subscriber additions: 6.96 million
  • Domestic subscriber additions: 1.09 million vs 673,800 estimated, per FactSet.
  • International subscriber additions: 5.87 million vs. 4.46 million estimated, according to FactSet.

Between the lines: Some analysts have been bearish on Netflix's ability to grow its user base in North America, due largely to saturation in that region.

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Why it matters: President Trump said at a press conference just hours earlier that the U.S. is getting the coronavirus "under control." He and other top members of his administration have sought to downplay the growing surge in infections as largely a product of increased testing.