|Bid||339.3000 x 1000|
|Ask||339.7500 x 900|
|Day's Range||330.5550 - 341.0000|
|52 Week Range||178.3800 - 423.2100|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||1.16|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||154.70|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
Investors await third quarter earnings from Netflix after the closing bell today. Will the company disappoint on new subscriber growth? Yahoo Finance's Seana Smith, Zack Guzman, Rick Newman and Biran Cheung discuss with Wedbush's Michael Pachter.
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Netflix getting its price target slashed by both Goldman Sachs and Raymond James ahead of its highly expected earnings report tomorrow. Both firms are concerned that rising interest rates could pinch the company’s valuation.
Subscriber growth for Netflix depends on international reach. Engadget's Chris Velazco joins Yahoo Finance's Seana Smith, Zack Guzman and Andy Serwer to talk about strength in the tech sector.
In possibly its biggest coup since landing a film from the legendary director Martin Scorsese, Netflix has picked up a movie starring one of Hollywood’s go-to hitmakers, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson. Netflix won the rights to Johnson’s upcoming project, an action film called John Henry and the Statesmen that will see the Rock lead an…
The three main Wall Street indexes rose more than 1.5 percent on Tuesday as upbeat earnings from blue-chips such as Johnson & Johnson and Goldman Sachs eased jitters over the impact of rising interest rates and tariffs on corporate profits. Insurer UnitedHealth rose 3.8 percent and J&J 2.1 percent after the two Dow components topped estimates for quarterly profit and boosted their earnings forecast for the year.
Earnings season is heating up, with 55 S&P 500 companies and seven Dow members reporting their results this week. Amid the waterfall of results, market watchers are recommending the names that look best positioned ahead of their reports. Netflix NFLX , which is scheduled to report after the bell Tuesday, could see a huge move higher on its release, said Boris Schlossberg, managing director at BK Asset Management.
Ryan McQueeney discusses the start of earnings season and Q3 expectations for the technology sector. He also previews reports from three tech companies--Netflix, IBM, and PayPal--coming out this week.
On October 16, 1923, Walt and Roy Disney founded The Walt Disney Company and, nearly a century later, the company is one of the largest and most successful media conglomerates in the world. The answer is Netflix. According to CNBC calculations, a $1,000 investment in Netflix in October 2008 would be worth more than $97,560 as of after the earning bell on Monday, or more than 96 times as much, including price appreciation and dividends reinvested.
Focus will again be on subscriber growth as investors decide whether the streaming giant’s second-quarter miss was just a bump or an indication of a broader slowdown.
In the second quarter, Netflix disappointed investors with weaker than expected net subscriber additions, sparking concern regarding heightened competitive pressures in the on-demand streaming space and decelerated growth in the U.S., its most profitable market. Last week's global sell-off, which disproportionately weighed on America's largest tech titans, pulled Netflix stock's decline from its high in July to over 20%.