Netflix, Inc. (NFLX)


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Open97.41
Prev Close97.48
Bid96.73 x 800
Ask96.75 x 400
Day's Range96.65 - 98.31
52wk Range79.95 - 133.27
1y Target EstN/A
Market Cap41.48B
P/E Ratio (ttm)302.31
Beta1.00
Volume5,321,211
Avg Vol (3m)10,580,870
Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
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  • American City Business Journals52 minutes ago

    Location guide for Netflix's "Stranger Things" (SLIDESHOW)

    Netflix's massive hit "Stranger Things" filmed in and around Atlanta, and eagle-eyed locals can see the proof in every episode. According to DeepSouthMag.com, the show shot on location in Douglasville, ...

  • Barrons.com4 hours ago

    [$$] Netflix Could Lose Stream of Viewers to Amazon

    Wedbush On Tuesday, Sept. 27, we hosted a conference call with two former content strategy and acquisition executives with experience at Netflix, Amazon.com and Hulu to discuss content spending and the dynamics of streaming media. As both Netflix and Amazon originally began as distribution services, initially both companies arguably pursued quantity over quality of content in order to fill their libraries, and signed primarily nonexclusive deals as content owners largely controlled the deal making, and digital buyers were simply not willing or able to pay exorbitantly. Netflix was among the earliest to be willing to bid up exclusive deals, which studios were highly inclined to prefer given their historical licensing models, and as a result Netflix spent a great deal on content ahead of others at the time in order to swoop up exclusive rights to high-quality series and movies.

  • MarketWatch5 hours ago

    Why millennials like to lease cars

    It’s similar to a subscription model that they’re used to, like a mobile phone or Netflix bill.