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NFLX Jun 2024 70.000 call

OPR - OPR Delayed price. Currency in USD
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166.510.00 (0.00%)
As of 12:20PM EDT. Market open.
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Previous close166.51
Open166.48
Bid174.00
Ask182.00
Strike70.00
Expiry date2024-06-21
Day's range166.48 - 166.97
Contract rangeN/A
Volume4
Open interest4
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    Netflix: Breaking down how investors interpret subscriber data

    Netflix (NFLX) stock is falling Friday morning despite reporting breakout growth of 9.3 million new subscribers in its first-quarter earnings report. Going forward, the streaming giant will not be disclosing subscriber figures in future earnings results. Citi Managing Director Jason Bazinet sits down with the Morning Brief to highlight the "anxiety" that could manifest in investors from Netflix withholding this core data. Netflix's ad-supported tiers and password-sharing crackdown have proven to be a boon to revenues and the streamer's subscriber count. "What they [Wall Street] want to see is when we begin to lap some of these password-sharing benefits, what's going to carry the water? How are they going to get these net ads?" Bazinet explains. "So right about the time that the benefit of password sharing fades, people want to see the sub numbers to see how well the ad tier is doing." For more expert insight and the latest market action, click here to watch this full episode of Morning Brief. This post was written by Luke Carberry Mogan.

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    Netflix stock sinks on disappointing revenue forecast, move to scrap membership metrics

    Netflix reported first quarter earnings after the bell on Thursday. Here's what to know.

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    The streaming wars are over. Netflix won: Analyst explains

    Netflix (NFLX) posted its first-quarter earnings, revealing an addition of 9.33 million new subscribers in this quarter, easily beating Wall Street expectations of 5.48 million. The streaming service did, however, share second-quarter guidance that fell below expectations. In addition, the streamer announced that starting next year, it will end its reporting of quarterly membership numbers. Should this worry investors moving forward or is there more at play? Bloomberg Intelligence Senior Media Analyst Geetha Ranganathan joins Market Domination Overtime to give insight into why she has declared Netflix the winner of the streaming wars. Ranganathan explains her stance: "To a great extent, the streaming wars are kind of over, I think Netflix has kind of won it. And, yes, you're right... this shakeout has been happening in a pretty small way. I think it's going to be happening in a much more aggressive way. We're already seeing talks of consolidation whether it's with Paramount (PARA) or the smaller players, so that obviously is going to play out. We're seeing Netflix also take a complete shift in its content strategy. We used to see them be much more bold with their originals.. There is, of course, now this whole phase of content rationalization... If you look at some of their content titles... they do still have a great mix of their own original content, but we're also seeing a lot of licensed content come on this service." For more expert insight and the latest market action, click here to watch this full episode of Market Domination Overtime. This post was written by Nicholas Jacobino