|Bid||93.01 x 300|
|Ask||93.02 x 400|
|Day's Range||92.54 - 93.68|
|52 Week Range||85.88 - 103.90|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||17.77|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||1.61 (1.75%)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
Netflix: What Can We Expect for 4Q17 Results? Leading Internet entertainment operator Netflix (NFLX) estimates that its operating margin in 4Q17 will be 7.3% against 6.2% in 4Q16 and 7% in 3Q17. Continuing growth in paid memberships in the US and international markets has encouraged the company to set bullish operating margin guidance.
Netflix: What Can We Expect for 4Q17 Results? Netflix (NFLX) has set a bullish revenue guidance of $1.5 billion for its International segment in 4Q17, a whopping 64% rise YoY (year-over-year). Higher International revenue guidance could allow the company to end fiscal 2017 with $5.1 billion in revenue against $3.2 billion last year.
Netflix: What Can We Expect for 4Q17 Results? Stiff competition in the United States has allowed video streaming leader Netflix (NFLX) to set a lower contribution margin target in 4Q17. From the graph above, we can see the US contribution margin growth in the last five quarters.
After Walt Disney’s (DIS) chief executive, Bob Iger, suggested during an interview with Bloomberg that the company may include Twenty-First Century Fox (FOX)(FOXA) contracts in its programming withdrawal from Netflix (NFLX), Netflix responded by suggesting that it was prepared for what may follow. A story carried by USA Today quoted a Netflix spokesperson as saying, “TV series always come and go on Netflix.
HBO is reportedly handing big raises to the actress-producers in the wake of Witherspoon's Apple deal.
Black Lightning on The CW is an interesting new direction for the channel's superhero offerings, free from the Arrowverse (for now).
Walt Disney (DIS) and Twenty-First Century Fox (FOX)(FOXA) exude confidence that their $52.4 billion asset transaction deal will sail through regulatory reviews without much delay or need for significant concessions. Meanwhile, AT&T (T) and Time Warner (TWX), which are seeking to combine in a deal valued at $85.4 billion, have taken longer than originally expected to complete their deal. It’s not that Disney and Fox don’t expect significant regulatory scrutiny of their deal, but they hope that regulatory reviews would conclude quickly so that they can close the deal in the next 12 to 18 months.
The Sony (SNE) action-adventure starring Dwayne Johnson and Kevin Hart added an estimated $35 million over the four-day frame, bringing its domestic total to $292 million. In limited release, Focus’ gothic romance “Phantom Thread” starring Daniel Day-Lewis sewed up $1.4 million from 62 theaters for a per-location average of $22,984 — the best of the week — before it expands wide next weekend.
The occasional activist and well-known short seller returned a lackluster 1.6% for 2017 year-to-date, with problematic investments in Amazon, Tesla and Rite Aid. Here's a look at his new positions and ...
Twitter Inc (NYSE:TWTR) may finally deliver for its shareholders. Owners of TWTR stock have suffered through a tumultuous couple of years. In 2015, Twitter stock collapsed from $50/share into the teens, and it has been pretty much dead money since then.
When AT&T (NYSE: T) and Time Warner, Inc. (TWX) came to terms on an $85.4 billion deal in late 2016, it was immediately clear that the acquisition would change the media and telecom landscape in a major way. The Dallas telco announced its blockbuster acquisition on October 22, 2016. The cash-and-stock deal valued Time Warner at $107.50 a share.