|Bid||298.20 x 1100|
|Ask||298.35 x 800|
|Day's range||297.25 - 301.80|
|52-week range||231.23 - 385.99|
|Beta (5Y Monthly)||1.30|
|PE ratio (TTM)||95.64|
|Earnings date||21 Jan 2020|
|Forward dividend & yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y target est||361.18|
Netflix may have racked up the most Golden Globe nominations of any media company this awards season but that's not easing worries of a customer exodus. Shares of Netflix are down Tuesday after receiving their fourth Wall Street downgrade in two months. The premise behind Tuesday's downgrade from Needham: Netflix could lose about 4 million U.S. subscribers in 2020 due to rising competition from lower-priced streaming services including AppleTV+ and Disney+. In order to address the competition, Netflix is going to have to introduce a new lower-priced offering, according to the analyst who downgraded the stock. Another option: allow ads to play. Ads on Netflix? That's something the company has strongly been opposed to. Fear that rising competition will eat away at Netflix's sector-leading 61 million paying U.S. subscribers has weighed on investor sentiment, along with its heavy debt load to pay for all its original content. The stock is up only 13 percent year to date, while the gain for the tech-heavy Nasdaq is more than double that.
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Considering he goes around killing monsters on request, the improbably chiselled and gruff Geralt of Rivia (Henry Cavill) gets no thanks. With its medieval stylings, sprawling narrative and liberal dusting of magic, Netflix’s The Witcher is presumably intended to fill the Game of Thrones-sized hole in viewers’ lives. The Witcher himself has a basic ethical code: don’t hit women.
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Disney+ downloads passed 22 million on mobile devices, the independently owned app-tracking company Apptopia announced Tuesday.
LOS ANGELES (AP) — “Game of Thrones” was both an unprecedented achievement and old-school role model in the TV decade that’s rolling its final credits. Installments of the elaborately produced hit were doled out one at a time by an established outlet, premium cable channel HBO. The new era arrived in 2013 when a full season’s worth of “House of Cards" popped up amid Netflix's on-demand movies and old TV shows.
Facebook's founding got the movie treatment with Aaron Sorkin's "The Social Network." The story of how Snapchat came to be will be a flagship series on the upcoming streaming service, Quibi. Today, Spotify is the latest startup to get its story told on screen -- this time, as a new Netflix show. Netflix says it's developing a scripted series inspired by the book "Spotify Untold" by business reports at Swedish Dagens Industri, Sven Carlsson and Jonas Leijonhufvud.
Disney had earlier said its new service had witnessed "extraordinary consumer demand" on the day of the launch, reaching 10 million sign-ups. The company now serves about 41.5 million viewers in the United States, including subscribers for its other streaming businesses, Hulu and ESPN+, compared with about 61 million for industry leader Netflix Inc . Apptopia said Disney+ competitors, including Netflix and Amazon.com Inc's Prime Video, remain largely unaffected in terms of their performance during the same period.
Needham and Co analyst Laura Martin said rising competition from Disney+ and Apple could cause the streaming giant to lose 4 million U.S. subscribers in 2020.
Amazon (AMZN) strengthens competitive position in the video streaming market with broadcasting rights of European soccer Champions League matches in Germany.
On the tech side there is Meg Whitman, former head of Hewlett-Packard and eBay. The question is whether a pair of boomers — even hyper successful ones — can create a video platform that Gen Z wants to watch. Hollywood likes the idea.
Netflix says that 26.4 million households worldwide watched “The Irishman” in its first week of streaming. Netflix selectively announces viewership for its films and series, and they aren't substantiated by third-party data firms. Nielsen last week estimated that “The Irishman” was watched by an average audience of 13.2 million in the U.S. over its first five days of streaming, with 17.1 unique viewers.
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