Huawei-Related Stocks Gain on License Extension From Trump Administration

Stocks of companies doing significant business with Huawei rose Monday after the Trump administration extended a key license for the the Chinese telecom giant.

The Commerce Department said Huawei could continue to buy U.S. parts for another three months, providing something of an olive branch in the ongoing trade war between the U.S. and China.

The eighteen most notable Huawei-related stocks all rose.

Among the leaders: NeoPhotonics shares (NPTN) rose 30.5 cents, or 5.3%, to $6.06; CommScope Holding shares (COMM) rose 46.5 cents, or 4.29%, to $11.30; and Micron Technology shares (MU) rose $1.48, or 3.4%, to $45.03.

The Nasdaq Composite Index rose 112.63 points, or 1.43%, to 8,008.63.

Eight Huawei-related stocks outperformed the Nasdaq Composite while 10 lagged.

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