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|Day's range||344.00 - 385.00|
|52-week range||164.23 - 423.21|
|PE ratio (TTM)||254.34|
|Forward dividend & yield||N/A (N/A)|
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Earnings and more commentary from Federal Reserve chair Jerome Powell will be the highlights for investors on Wednesday after tech stocks closed at a record high on Wednesday.
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Disney and Comcast are currently locked in a transatlantic bidding war for one of the entertainment industry’s most coveted assets.
U.S. stock-market bulls have had plenty of reasons to feel confident in their position of late. The S&P 500 is back at multimonth highs while the Nasdaq has returned to records, an uptrend that has spurred a resurgence in optimistic sentiment.
The Trump administration is lifting requirements for some tax-exempt groups to disclose the identities of their donors to federal tax authorities. The change benefits groups that spend millions on political ...
Asian markets climbed higher on Wednesday as a sweep of positive news from Wall Street and beyond boosted confidence in the U.S. economy. KEEPING SCORE: Japan's benchmark Nikkei 225 gained 1.0 percent ...
U.S. stocks rose Tuesday following Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell’s Senate testimony, while investors also continued dissecting the latest round of corporate earnings results. The S&P 500 rose 11.12 points, or 0.4%, to 2809.55, and the technology-focused Nasdaq Composite climbed 49.40 points, or 0.6%, to 7855.12. Mr. Powell told Congress that strong economic growth and stable inflation should keep the central bank on track to gradually raise short-term interest rates.
Strategists are looking for stocks to recover their highs and set new records across the board, following Nasdaq’s push to an all-time high on what could have been an ugly market day.
The number of Britons subscribing to TV services like Netflix (Xetra: 552484 - news) , Amazon and Sky (Frankfurt: 893517 - news) 's NOW TV, has overtaken traditional satellite and cable TV for the first time, media regulator Ofcom said on Wednesday. The shift in the way TV content is consumed caused the amount of revenue generated from pay-TV to fall for the first time after years of sustained growth, the research found. Netflix, Amazon and NOW TV attracted 15.4 million subscribers in the first quarter, ahead of 15.1 million pay-TV contracts, Ofcom said citing BARB Establishment Survey data.
What truly separates this group is earnings growth: It's no longer similar. Netflix and Amazon have far outperformed the rest of the FAANG names this year because their earnings growth expectations have been much higher.
Jim Cramer breaks down his theories on why shares of Netflix were able to pare their losses after the company's second-quarter earnings report failed to appease investors.
On a day stocks climbed following optimistic comments by the chairman of the Federal Reserve, Netflix reported disappointing subscriber additions, and Johnson & Johnson rose on strong pharmaceuticals sales.