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We see several positives for Disney today while we await Chipotle's results.
The Walt Disney Company (the " Company") (NYSE: DIS) announced today the commencement of its offer to exchange (the " Registered Exchange Offer") any and all of the $14,098,439,000 aggregate principal amount of its outstanding senior unsecured notes (the...
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Netflix shares surged higher Thursday after it added more international subscribers to its streaming service than Wall Street had forecast for the third quarter, easing concerns over the impact of rival offerings from Apple, Disney and Amazon.
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U.S. stock futures rise after a Brexit deal is reached; Netflix boosts international subscriber growth but sees U.S. weakness; IBM posts a third-quarter revenue miss; Honeywell and Morgan Stanley report earnings.
U.S. equity futures jump Thursday after Britain reaches a tentative Brexit deal that will see it leave the European Union later this month, offsetting investor concerns over growth and trade that had muted global markets earlier in the session.
Global stocks sputtered Thursday, pulling U.S. equity futures into the red for a second consecutive session, as concerns over growth and trade, as well as the eleventh-hour fate of Britain's ongoing Brexit saga, sapped investor sentiment in markets around the world.
Against a backdrop of low expectations, Netflix slightly missed its Q3 subscriber add guidance and shared a below-consensus Q4 outlook. It also unveiled plans to break out its international revenue and subscribers in more detail.
Netflix dismissed the impact of soon-to-launch competing services from Disney and Apple, but also admitted that competition was a factor in its light fourth quarter outlook.
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In addition to its subscriber figures, Netflix's ARPU growth, cash-flow guidance and commentary about rivals are among the things to watch as the company's Q3 report arrives.
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