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Jim Cramer breaks down his thoughts on oil, Apple's dueling analyst notes, The Lion King beat expectations during its opening weekend and we can't, of course, ignore the tech earnings that the Street expects later this week.
Is Lion King enough to sate investor appetite ahead of Disney Plus's release? How's oil looking? And what should investors make of Bernstein and Morgan Stanley's dueling notes on Apple Monday morning? Here's what Jim Cramer thinks of the top stories driving markets.
Traders should be aware that the marketplace is a discounting mechanism and approach Disney shares accordingly.
"The Lion King" is off to a roaring start for the company but is just the latest hit this year for the House of Mouse.
U.S. stock futures rise as earnings season ramps up in a week heavy with reports from U.S. tech giants; Earnings reports are expected Monday from Whirlpool and Halliburton; Equifax agrees to pay up to $700 million to settle privacy claims stemming from a 2017 data breach; Walt Disney's 'The Lion King' grosses $185 million over its opening weekend in North America.
In its debut weekend, 'The Lion King' took in $185 million of theater receipts, easily beating estimates.
Jim Cramer says we're heading into the busiest week of earnings season. He's got your game plan, but says it might be a good time to take your summer vacation.
As the momentum of earnings season accelerated this week, we judiciously stayed on the sidelines.
Investors are still dumping Netflix shares a day after weak quarterly results caused the stock to plummet more than 10%.
Netflix lost U.S. subscribers for the first time last quarter, suggesting that its most recent price increase was a tipping point for some subscribers. Apple, which hasn't yet announced pricing for TV+, is likely facing a similar calculus ahead of its fall 2019 launch.
Netflix sees its biggest one-day decline in three years after the streaming service said it lost U.S. customers and added fewer-than-expected new subscribers in markets around the world.
Investors are trying to make judgment calls across each sector based on all the headlines coming in, which in turn pokes around other stocks in the same sectors.
There might be more losers than winners in the streaming wars.
For the third quarter, Netflix expects to add 7 million paid memberships -- despite failing to meet expectations in subscriber numbers in the second quarter and a rise in streaming competition.
The bulls are not deterred by a downtrend in NFLX shares on Thursday..
Analysts were incrementally less positive on Netflix, but it's the second half of the year that analysts are banking on for their bull theses.
While the streaming giant beat earnings expectations and reported nearly in-line revenue, it missed paid subscriber growth expectations by a sizable margin, with U.S. paid subs declining relative to Q1.
Netflix stock is being knocked down as U.S. consumers change the channel.
Netflix has shown a tendency for significant reversals on the day after a large earnings-related move, and here is how I am playing it.
Netflix reported just 2.7 million new subscribers in the second quarter, which included a net loss of 130,000 in the U.S. Last quarter was the first time Netflix has lost domestic subscribers in the years it's been reporting streaming separately.
As Netflix dropped following a subscriber miss revealed in its quarterly report on late Wednesday, key challenges emerged: declining net income, slowing membership growth and increased competition from Disney and others.
D23 Expo 2019 will be a must for fans of Disney Parks, Experiences and Products.
It all starts with pricing and subscribers. See how that impacts all the rest.
Pricing trends, cash flow guidance and viewing stats for originals are among the things to watch as the streaming giant reports.
Buy Netflix on weakness to its 200-day simple moving average at $338.10, given the risk that the stock fails to hold its semiannual pivot at $364.99 on earnings volatility.
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National Geographic joins Disney's D23 Expo show floor for the first time, delivering unique experiences that inspire curiosity and exploration for fans of all ages.
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