317.90 +0.40 (0.13%)
After hours: 7:15PM EDT
|Bid||317.70 x 900|
|Ask||318.00 x 100|
|Day's range||313.21 - 319.49|
|52-week range||138.66 - 333.98|
|PE ratio (TTM)||254.00|
|Forward dividend & yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y target est||N/A|
Shares of Netflix (NFLX) jumped over 1% during Tuesday morning trading, just one day after Facebook's (FB) latest turmoil led to a nearly industry-wide tech sell-off. Yesterday's downturn, coupled with continued economic uncertainty, has led some investors to move into more value-focused stocks--but now seems like the wrong time to leave Netflix.
The producers of television series "The Crown" apologized on Tuesday for paying the award-winning actress who played Queen Elizabeth less than her male co-star but said nothing about redressing the past imbalance. British-based production company Left Bank Pictures acknowledged last week that Claire Foy was paid less than Matt Smith, who portrayed Prince Philip, for the first two seasons of the Netflix (Xetra: 552484 - news) series about the British royal family. The story, the latest example of pay disparity in the entertainment industry, made headlines and prompted a petition asking Smith to donate the difference in his salary to Time (Frankfurt: A11312 - news) 's Up, the movement addressing sexual harassment and abuse in the workplace, in Britain.
Producers of the Netflix drama "The Crown" apologized Tuesday to actors Claire Foy and Matt Smith over the revelation that Foy was paid less than her male co-star.
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