352.75 -0.41 (-0.12%)
After hours: 5:30PM EST
|Bid||353.00 x 800|
|Ask||352.95 x 900|
|Day's Range||345.90 - 359.84|
|52 Week Range||252.28 - 385.99|
|Beta (5Y Monthly)||1.29|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||85.51|
|Earnings Date||Apr 13, 2020 - Apr 19, 2020|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||362.08|
The stock market rally had a down week on China coronavirus fears. Netflix, Intel and Atlassian soared on earnings. Boeing fell on 737 Max delays and more.
Netflix (NFLX) shares have started gaining and might continue moving higher in the near term, as indicated by solid earnings estimate revisions.
While this might be true for some people, Chelsea Handler is not one of them. The host of E’s Chelsea Lately and star of Netflix (NASDAQ: NFLX)'s talk show Chelsea has evolved from comedian to business owner, especially since she rediscovered her love of Cannabis. Last year, Handler joined forces with NorCal Cannabis, a Santa Rosa-based cannabis manufacturer, to launch her brand of pot products aimed specifically to women who’ve had bad experiences with the drug or never tried it.
Another batch of solid earnings reports—including a monster performance from chipmaker Intel (INTC)—could combine with retreating fears of the coronavirus to set a positive tone early Friday. Today’s action could determine whether the S&P 500 Index (SPX) ends up rising or falling for the week. It’s been three weeks since the SPX had a losing week.
There will be hats with furry ears, one stitched with the ticker symbol for (TSLA) (ticker: TSLA), and the other with (NFLX) (NFLX). “We take a more bullish fundamental view on Tesla’s technology and cost lead in hardware & software,” he wrote, raising his price target from $160 to $410, versus the stock’s recent $572.
The UK government’s mulish boycott of the BBC Today programme has improved my mornings no end. In place of robotic ministerial declarations we have had in-depth reports from Iran and Australia, exposés of the bureaucracy faced by EU nationals trying to stay in Britain, and a poignant conversation between Greta Thunberg and David Attenborough. Informed, thought-provoking, and distinctive — which is what the BBC ought to be.
Streaming is taking over the world of media slowly but surely, and Comcast is pivoting to a strategy that emphasizes "slowly but surely"
The S&P 500 ended slightly higher and the Nasdaq eked out a record closing high on Thursday, helped by a jump in Netflix, while news about the coronavirus outbreak spreading from China and mixed earnings results kept a lid on the market. The S&P and the Nasdaq had both been trading down before news late in the session that Gilead Sciences Inc was assessing its experimental Ebola drug as a possible treatment for the virus.
The Dow Jones recovered impressively along with the Nasdaq and S&P; 500 after the WHO issued a calming statement regarding the coronavirus outbreak.
Apparently so, according to consumer advocate and former presidential candidate Ralph Nader, who issued a stark warning this week, not only on the electric-car maker’s pricey stock, but on the stock market as a whole. “Deep in debt, selling less than 400,000 vehicles last year and challenged by several competing electric car models in 2020, Tesla’s stock valuation stunningly exceeds (VOW3) which sold over 10 million vehicles last year,” Nader added in a follow-up tweet. On the opposite end of the spectrum from Nader, plenty of others are wildly optimistic about the Tesla, even after the latest rally.
Quarterly earnings results from Comcast, Southwest, American Airlines, and more. And a look at why Pure Storage, Inc. (PSTG) is a Zacks Rank 1 (Strong Buy) stock right now, as it trades under $20 a share...
U.S. stock indexes fell on Thursday, as mounting worries over a coronavirus outbreak in China and disappointing corporate earnings prompted investors to hit the brakes after a strong start to the year. China put millions of people on lockdown in two cities at the epicentre of the outbreak that has killed 17 people and infected nearly 600. Fears of the fast-spreading coronavirus hitting the global economy have knocked world stock markets off record highs this week, while early earnings reports have brought few surprises to investors.
How many people have actually watched "The Witcher"? And how does that compare to"Game of Thrones"? Under Netflix's new measurement system, we may never know.
Shares of Netflix Inc. are up more than 5% in midday trading Thursday, and Stifel analyst Scott Devitt said the latest results from Comcast Corp. should be a hopeful signal for the streaming giant. "Comparing Netflix to introductory pricing and/or inferior over-the-top products as a justification for worrying about the competitive climate is missing the fact that the cable, telecom, and satellite video industry (where all the money is) is shrinking with no end in sight," wrote Devitt, who rates Netflix a buy with a $390 target price. Comcast on Thursday reported a net loss of 133,000 residential video subscribers, whereas it had only lost 19,000 in the year-earlier quarter. Comcast's stock is down 3.6% in Thursday trading, while the S&P 500 is off 0.3%.