285.23 +0.98 (0.34%)
After hours: 6:45PM EDT
|Bid||285.01 x 800|
|Ask||285.40 x 800|
|Day's Range||279.40 - 285.87|
|52 Week Range||231.23 - 385.99|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||1.47|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||111.91|
|Earnings Date||Oct 16, 2019|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||368.63|
Netflix stock has mostly trended downward since the company reported its second-quarter results in July. Could its Q3 earnings report turn things around?
Disney's introduction of subscription video service Hotstar to international markets could pile even more competitive pressure on Netflix (NFLX).
Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige is adding the chief creative officer title to his duties for Marvel, which will move Marvel Television under his oversight.
The streaming-media giant posted a huge subscriber miss in its last earnings report, but has never fallen short on that closely watched metric in back-to-back quarters.
Netflix will release its third-quarter earnings after the closing bell on Wednesday as it faces new competition from Disney and Apple.
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The competitive landscape has weighed heavily on the minds of Netflix Inc. investors. The gauntlet is daunting: Walt Disney Co. (DIS) , Apple Inc. (AAPL) , AT&T Inc.’s (T) HBO Max, Comcast Corp.’s (CMCSA) NBCUniversal, Amazon.com Inc. (AMZN) , and Roku Inc. (ROKU) . The first hint of what this means for Netflix and its investors could come Oct. 16, when Netflix reports its third-quarter earnings.
Apple Inc.'s (AAPL) stock plunged 18% off its highs this spring as slowing iPhone sales prompted many on Wall Street to say the company's growth days are over. Since then, Apple's shares have staged a remarkable rebound, rising 50% year to date as sales of the iPhone 11 beat expectations and amid raised forecasts for both its new entertainment streaming service and its share price. Apple's gain has created a striking divergence from its fellow FAANG stock members, all of which once were regarded as growth stocks.
AMC Theatres, the biggest cinema chain in the world, said Tuesday it is launching a streaming service that will allow members of its loyalty program to rent or buy films and watch them at home, the first such offering from a cinema operator.
As Netflix (NFLX) gears up for its third-quarter results, the key metric in focus will be its subscriber count. What do analysts expect?
Netflix's (NFLX) success rests on subscription growth. However, debt from original content production may show on the company's Q3 bottom line.
Competition has become the four-syllable word that investors and analysts seem to be focusing on, as streaming content giant Netflix Inc (NASDAQ: NFLX) prepares to report earnings Wednesday, Oct. 16 after the close. NFLX shares have lost some 27% since reaching a 12-month peak in May as rivals have entered—or merely threatened to enter—the online streaming world that the Los Gatos, California-based media services provider has long dominated. Is recent movement in share prices—up 13% from the September 24 low—an indication of newfound investor love or an aberration amid sleepy market action?
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A quartet of the largest U.S. banks reported a mixed set of Q3 earnings results before the opening bell. JP Morgan Chase kicked things off in an impressive way by easily surpassing third-party earnings and revenue estimates, driven by strength in its fixed income segment and net-interest income.
For investors, it could be a costly mistake to be on the wrong side of that debate, as Netflix stock’s 52-week low is $231 and the high is $385, a sizable spread for a $125 billion market-cap company. In the two weeks that followed the streaming company’s second-quarter earnings release in July, Netflix shed $24 billion in market value. Second-quarter earnings results added to the debate, as Netflix said the net number of subscribers declined in its home market for the first time.
When Netflix missed subscriber estimates in the second quarters of 2016 and 2018, they beat expectations in the respective third quarters.
AMC is taking on Netflix. The largest multiplex operator in the world is getting into the streaming game with on-demand movies. It would be similar to iTunes' online store offering roughly 2,000 films to buy or rent after it debuts in theaters. Yahoo Finance’s Zack Guzman and Heidi Chung discuss with JMP Securities Managing Director and Equity Research Analyst Devin Ryan to discuss.