|Bid||102.72 x 100|
|Ask||102.73 x 400|
|Day's Range||101.98 - 102.94|
|52 Week Range||74.68 - 103.34|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||19.04|
|Dividend & Yield||1.61 (1.58%)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
AT&T's reported asking price for DirecTV's pay-TV business in Brazil, may be too high if it's under pressure to sell.
Moffett-Nathanson analyst Michael Nathanson today reiterates a Neutral rating on shares of Netflix (NFLX), after concluding the company’s business is heavily reliant on shows from CW, CBS, and others, which is a risk, but also concluding that the bulls have no reason not to back off their bullishness, for now. Nathanson, who raises his price target to $140, well below today’s $184.37, goes through 25 pages of detailed analysis showing how media companies, including CBS and Walt Disney (DIS) and Fox (FOXA), and the CW, a joint venture of CBS and Time Warner (TWX), likely make up the bulk of Netflix’s viewing. There’s no actual viewing data for Netflix, unlike the Nielsen numbers for HBOand Showtime, notes Nathanson, so he obtained help from a firm called YipItData, which peruses IMDB database listings and sees which shows are the most popular on the streaming video services, including Netflix but also Amazon’s (AMZN) “Prime” video service.
Hulu is the first streaming service to win the Emmy for Outstanding Drama Series.