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Netflix Inc. (Nasdaq: NFLX) stock plummeted more than 25% in afterhours trading today (Wednesday) after the company’s Q3 earnings report showed lackluster subscriber growth.
NFLX added just 980,000 U.S. subscribers during the quarter, well below analysts’ prediction of 1.37 million. Globally, the company added 3.02 million subscribers. Netflix had previously predicted 3.69 million new global subscribers.
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Data breaches made news again Monday when Sears (Nasdaq: SHLD) reported payment data systems at its 1,200 Kmart stores had been compromised.
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Netflix Inc. (Nasdaq: NFLX) stock has been hit hard by this month's sell-off, down 8.2% since Sept. 10. That's putting even more emphasis on NFLX's third-quarter earnings report today (Wednesday).
Netflix will announce earnings after the bell and analysts are predicting earnings per share (EPS) of $0.93 on revenue of $1.41 billion.
U.S. stock markets ended the day flat Tuesday after struggling to rebound, with yet another late sell-off hitting the markets in the final hour. The S&P 500 Index and Nasdaq managed to eke out modest gains, but the Dow Jones slipped another 5 points.
Airline stocks were the big winners today, with AAL soaring 10%.
The wearable technology industry is growing at an explosive rate, and is quickly becoming part of our everyday lives. In fact, the research firm Canalys recently claimed wearables will be a "key consumer technology" by the end of this year.
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