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For the first time, Netflix earned an Academy Award nomination for best picture. Such awards amount to much more than just bragging rights for the streaming giant.
The impact of raising subscription prices on net subscribers adds over the next six months is a huge unknown.
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Netflix's earnings were a mixed bag, but they contained some intriguing new metrics: How many households are watching some of its most popular films and shows. Here's why Netflix is revealing more viewership numbers.
The idea that the lows of December could be retested now seems far-fetched.
Here's what you need to know ahead of the long weekend.
It appears Wall Street on Friday doesn't care for Netflix's earnings. Analysts, however, sure are excited.
Stocks rise Friday, sparked by a potential thaw in U.S.-China trade talks.
More market volatility could still be on the way.
Netflix shares traded lower Friday after the online streaming entertainment service topped Wall Street forecasts with its fourth quarter earnings report, but noted that U.S. price increases wouldn't slow its cash burn rate until at least next year.
Bearish analysts may call the rally from late December 'short covering' but that may not be true.
The fact that growth in Netflix's top line is slowing at a rapid clip is not being adequately reflected in its share price.
My fundamental analysis of NFLX was about as accurate as fundamental analysis gets.
The streaming media giant's subscriber growth trends still look pretty solid, especially overseas.
Unfortunately for NFLX, the competition will only increase.
Disney's strong track record of creating incredibly profitable content is something that Netflix has not yet achieved.
Global stocks traded higher Friday as markets held onto gains sparked by a potential thaw in U.S.-China trade talks, despite contradictions from the Treasury, and added to risky positions following a solid start to the U.S. corporate earnings season.
We have a gap-up open and some poor earnings news -- and once again the bears are on the run as they keep trying to guess when a turn will occur.
U.S. stock futures rise on word of a potential thaw in U.S.-China trade talks; Netflix slides after saying price increases in the U.S. wouldn't slow its cash burn rate until at least next year; Tesla says it will cut about 7% of its workforce.
Would analysts who've upgraded the stock really set overly optimistic earnings estimates?
Jim Cramer talks about how this market is taking its cues from the positives, and shrugging off the negatives.
The S&P 500 ETF (SPY) closed higher for the tenth straight day.
The streaming giant beat earnings estimates but missed on revenue.
Stocks were flat until news broke, only to be dispelled shortly after, although stocks still ended higher. Netflix reports earnings too.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average trades higher Thursday for the third straight session.
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Wall Street largely expects Netflix's price hikes to be net positive for the streaming media giant.
Jim Cramer breaks down the top headlines on Thursday.
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