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Netflix hit with second downgrade in as many days as analysts fret over growth

Shares of Netflix are sliding after Jefferies analyst John Janedis downgraded the stock to Underperform, a sell-equivalent rating, citing growth concerns, particularly in the U.S.

Analyst sees movie theater stocks' rally pausing, downgrades shares

Research firm B. Riley cut its ratings on three movie theater companies to Neutral from Buy, saying that it "remains concerned" about the sector's difficult second quarter comparisons while noting...

3 Stocks Dragging The Media Industry Downward

TheStreet highlights 3 stocks pushing the media industry lower today.

Roof Leaker To Watch: Comcast (CMCSK)

Trade-Ideas LLC identified Comcast (CMCSK) as a "roof leaker" (crossing below the 200-day simple moving average on higher than normal relative volume) candidate

Comcast (CMCSK) Showing Signs Of Being Water-Logged And Getting Wetter

Trade-Ideas LLC identified Comcast (CMCSK) as a "water-logged and getting wetter" (weak stocks crossing below support with today's range greater than 200%) candidate

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Bed, Bath & Beyond Stock Plummets As Ryan Cohen Nets $60 Million From Activist Exit

GameStop chairman Ryan Cohen completed his exit from an activist stake in Bed, Bath & Beyond Thursday after riding a meme-lead rally to a near $60 million in profits.

Home Depot Stock Gains On $15 Billion Buyback, $1.90 Dividend; Ted Decker Named Chairman

Home Depot closed out a busy week by naming CEO Ted Decker as chairman, unveiling a new $15 billion buyback and declaring a $1.90 per share dividend.

Applied Materials Stock Lower After Q3 Earnings, Chip Market Caution

"Although we're confident in our ability to perform well in a range of market scenarios, we're mindful of the current macroeconomic trends," said CEO Gary Dickerson.

Deere Stock Tumbles As Supply Chain Pressures Bring Q3 Earnings Miss, Profit Forecast Cut

Deere's third quarter profits "reflected higher costs and production inefficiencies driven by the difficult supply-chain situation," said CEO John May.