|Bid||279.42 x 800|
|Ask||274.20 x 900|
|Day's Range||273.36 - 290.90|
|52 Week Range||231.23 - 385.99|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||1.47|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||88.21|
|Earnings Date||Jan 15, 2020 - Jan 20, 2020|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||362.05|
CBS and Viacom had news that Wall Street didn’t like—on page 117 of a 793-page document offering details about the companies’ merger. Management expects the combined company to produce less profit and lower cash flows than Wall Street anticipated.
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.
Netflix is down 6.1% today, and some traders are actively betting that Netflix stock will plunge in the coming weeks and months. Here's why.
Now, Disney, WarnerMedia, NBC, and others are about to enter the battle for streaming subscribers. If cord-cutting accelerates among traditional cable customers, these companies will need to win streamers quickly. If TV viewers stick with their cable bundles for longer than expected, companies could end up having overspent to go over-the-top.
The Dow Jones erased weekly gains as Boeing and J&J; dived Friday. Netflix and software stocks sold off. Dow stocks JPMorgan and UnitedHealth rallied during the week on earnings.
Call it risk-off Friday. With huge uncertainty heading into the weekend on fronts from Brexit to the impeachment process to Syria, investors are dumping high-valuation tech shares.
Roku (ROKU) stock has rallied 35.8% month-to-date, rising 16.7% this week alone. Fears are now easing and investors are reacting to positive news on Roku.
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The Dow Jones Industrial Average has dropped nearly 200 points after Reuters reported that Boeing might have misled the FAA about safety features in its 737 MAX, causing the stock to tumble.
In the September quarter, Netflix sales rose 30% to $5.2 billion. The company's sales were marginally below the estimates of $5.3 billion.
The stock market today extended its losses midday as Johnson & Johnson dragged the Dow Jones Industrial Average down, and Netflix tumbled on the Nasdaq.
The acquisition will facilitate Xandr to introduce personalized TV ads and augment its linear TV ad space to Xandr Community, leveraging the technological prowess of its parent firm AT&T (T).
Solid Q3 results have encouraged firms to jack up their price targets for Netflix (NFLX), making it pricey. For small investors, we have picked media stocks that are low-priced and have growth potential.
Data from China showed the world’s largest economy grew at the slowest pace in nearly three decades, and the weaker-than-expected print threatened to take the fizz out of stocks. The KO results point to a resilience among both domestic and international consumers that is encouraging after recent data showed disappointing overall retail sales in the U.S. Meanwhile, Schlumberger Limited’s (SLB) shares were also higher after the oilfield services company reported earnings and revenue that came in ahead of forecasts.
What a relief took place on Wednesday after the bell, causing Netflix Inc's (NASDAQ: NFLX) stock to jump 8% after its third quarter earnings results were released. Netflix managed to beat earnings estimates and exceeded expectations when it comes to its international segment.
Netflix Inc.’s stock rallies Thursday, as investors home in on earnings and subscriber beats, but Wall Street analysts take a more negative view after the streaming video giant warned that growing competition could take a bite out of future results.
Netflix Inc. has been dismissive of the anticipated impact of an onslaught of streaming competitors, but as a wave of well-financed streaming services from big-name companies is about to be unleashed, executives’ tone has changed.
Despite disappointing subscriber growth for the third quarter, Netflix shares surged Wednesday after the streaming giant reported better-than-expected earnings results. Yahoo Finance's Jennifer Rogers and Emily McCormick discuss what's next for Netflix, as the debuts of Disney+ and Apple TV+ approach.
Netflix is leaning in on original content after an earnings beat, but will it be enough to win the streaming wars? Yahoo Finance's Alexandra Canal, Zack Guzman & Emily McCormick, along with "The Information" reporter Carleton English discuss.