247.40 +19.82 (8.71%)
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|Bid||248.15 x 300|
|Ask||248.30 x 100|
|Day's Range||221.20 - 227.79|
|52 Week Range||137.03 - 227.79|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||227.35|
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This stock market rally does not hang on the FAANGs.
Netflix has never been beholden to the 30- and 60-minute program lengths of network television — that was one of the appeals of the streaming giant for creators. Now the company is experimenting with another running time: a mobile-friendly 15 minutes for a series of specials featuring up-and-coming standup comics. Participating comics include Aisling Bea, Michelle Buteau, Tim Dillon, JR De Guzman, Sabrina Jalees, Janelle James, Sam Jay, Josh Johnson, Ian Karmel, Jak Knight, Matteo Lane, Max Silvestri, Taylor Tomlinson, Phil Wang, Emma Willmann and Kate Willett.
Netflix Inc. shares closed at an all-time high of $227.58 and surged in after-hours trading after the company announced much better-than-expected subscription growth in the fourth quarter. Netflix (NFLX) met analyst expectations with fourth-quarter net income of $186 million, or 41 cents per share, on revenues of $3.3 billion — up by a third over the same time frame the year before. In 2017, Netflix added 24 million new memberships, compared to 19 million in 2016.
Investors sent Netflix Inc. stock on a rampage after hours Monday, pushing shares up nearly 10% and tacking on enough value to propel the company to a $100 billion valuation by market capitalization for ...
The streaming giant's market cap surpassed $100 billion for the first time ever as investors cheered the latest numbers.
Netflix, Inc. (NASDAQ:NFLX) shares are climbing 10% in Monday's after-hours session, after the streaming service reported fourth-quarter earnings that beat Wall Street’s expectations in terms of revenue and subscriber growth. Netflix posted 4Q results that included $3.3 billion in revenue (up nearly 40% from the same period last year) along with an EPS of $0.41. More importantly, Netflix beat the net subs on both domestic and international subs: Domestic streaming net adds of 1.98 million beat consensus estimates of 1.28 million.
Netflix once fought fiercely for net neutrality, fearing that its online video service would suffer if internet providers were free to discriminate against it. But now that it boasts one of television's ...
Netflix added 8.33 million new subscribers worldwide in the fourth quarter, vs. its target of 6.3 million.
Expectations had been high, as Jonathan Swartz explained in this space earlier today, and still Netflix managed to jump over the bar. The company is forecasting net additions this quarter of 6.35 million, which is also much higher than the average 4.64 million average estimate, according to FactSet.