New User:

-or-
Username:
Password:
Forgot your password?

Stock Market & Financial Investment News

News Breaks
June 13, 2014
14:47 EDTVZ, CMCSA, NFLXFCC investigating deals between content companies, ISPs, NY Times reports
The FCC is probing agreements between content companies such as Netflix (NFLX) and Internet service providers like Comcast (CMCSA) and Verizon (VZ), according to the New York Times. The agency wants to see whether consumers are receiving the speed and quality of service they are supposed to get, the newspaper stated. Reference Link
News For NFLX;CMCSA;VZ From The Last 14 Days
Sign up for a free trial to see the rest of the stories you've been missing.
1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | all recent news | >>
January 20, 2015
17:46 EDTCMCSA, NFLXNetflix says 'looking good' to reach 60M-90M U.S. subscriptions
Subscribe for More Information
17:22 EDTNFLXNetflix to begin streaming 'The Interview' in U.S., Canada on Saturday, Jan. 24
Netflix stated in its Q4 investor letter, "We are thrilled to offer exclusively the controversial comedy, The Interview, to our U.S. and Canadian members beginning this Saturday, Jan. 24 - just thirty days after it debuted in theaters and pay-per-view."
16:16 EDTNFLXNetflix sees FY15 operating income down from FY14
Subscribe for More Information
16:16 EDTNFLXNetflix sees continuning to grow spending dedicated to originals
Subscribe for More Information
16:15 EDTNFLXNetflix trades sharply higher after earnings, first look
The stock is up over 12% at time of writing to $393.76 following results in the extended session. At that price resistance is at $395.52. Support is at $386.68.
16:13 EDTNFLXNetflix sees completing global expansion over next two years
Subscribe for More Information
16:10 EDTNFLXNetflix reports Q4 EPS 72c, consensus 45c
Subscribe for More Information
16:08 EDTNFLXNetflix up 11% after reporting better than expected Q4 earnings
Subscribe for More Information
16:07 EDTNFLXNetflix sees Q1 net streaming additions of 4.05M
Subscribe for More Information
16:06 EDTNFLXNetflix sees Q1 EPS 60c, consensus 77c
Subscribe for More Information
16:06 EDTNFLXNetflix reports 4.33M members added in Q4
Subscribe for More Information
16:00 EDTNFLXOptions Update; January 20, 2015
iPath S&P 500 VIX Short-Term Futures down 36c to 35.12 Option volume leaders: AAPL TSLA TWTR GILD NFLX MGM ABX AMAT JNJ C according to Track Data.
15:21 EDTNFLXNotable companies reporting after market close
Notable companies reporting after the market close, with earnings consensus, include IBM (IBM), consensus $5.41; Netflix (NFLX), consensus 45c; CA Technologies (CA), consensus 60c; Cree (CREE), consensus 22c; Woodward (WWD), consensus 46c; Fulton Financial (FULT), consensus 21c; Advanced Micro Devices (AMD), consensus 1c; Interactive Brokers (IBKR), consensus 6c; Pinnacle Financial (PNFP), consensus 53c.
14:17 EDTNFLXNetflix technical commentary ahead of earnings
The stock has been in a sideways consolidation pattern since a sharp downtrend began in October of last year. The approximate range has been a high at $350 and a low at $320. Breaks of either end of this range will be important determinants of the trend following earnings. A breakout above $350 would potentially reverse the current dominant downtrend. With over 8.5% of the trading float short, there could be substantial buy-to-cover pressure in the event of a positive surprise. Upside levels to watch above $350 would be at $357.95, $366.51, and $375.83. On an extreme positive surprise, the $380 area could be tested. If the news is negative, a break below the $320 area would likely lead to a resumption of the dominant downtrend. Support levels to watch would be at $310.25, $299.50, and $290.28. A breakdown below $300 would be long-term bearish for price, confirming a major top.
14:04 EDTNFLXNetflix January weekly 345 straddle priced for 11% movement into Q4
Subscribe for More Information
14:00 EDTCMCSAFCC fines Viacom, ESPN $1.4M after brodcasting EAS tones to promote movie
The Federal Communications Commission fined Viacom (VIA) and ESPN (DIS) $1.4M for misusing the Emergency Alert System warning tones. The cable networks transmitted EAS warning tones for several days in 2013 to promote the movie “Olympus Has Fallen,” which portrayed a terrorist attack on Washington, D.C. Broadcast or transmission of these tones outside an emergency or test violates the FCC’s laws protecting the integrity of the system. The networks admitted that the commercial contained actual EAS codes and appeared multiple times on the networks. In March 2014, the FCC proposed a total fine of $1,930,000 against NBCUniversal (CMCSA), ESPN, and Viacom. NBCUniversal paid its $530,000 fine, but ESPN and Viacom objected and requested reductions. The FCC rejected their arguments and imposed fines of $1,120,000 against Viacom and $280,000 against ESPN. The fines, which differ based on several factors including the number of channels involved and the number of transmissions on each channel, must be paid in 30 days.
09:38 EDTVZActive equity options trading
Subscribe for More Information
08:11 EDTNFLXNetflix volatility increases into Q4 and outlook
Subscribe for More Information
06:24 EDTVZT-Mobile warns of unsustainable costs against cellphone giants, Re/code says
T-Mobile (TMUS) owner Deutsche Telekom (DTEGY) claims Verizon (VZ) and AT&T's (T) wealth makes true competition difficult, reports Re/code, citing statements made at Germany's DLD conference. Deutsche Telekom CEO Tim Hoettges stated the dominance of AT&T and Verizon allowed them to make huge bids at the latest midband spectrum auction to further their market lead. Hoettges also stated he was "intrigued" by last year's unsuccessful merger talks with Sprint (S), and warned that T-Mobile's $4B-$5B investment requirements per year are unsustainable. Reference Link
January 18, 2015
13:45 EDTVZGoogle in talks to acquire mobile-pay platform Softcard, WSJ says
Subscribe for More Information
1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | all recent news | >>

Sign up for a free trial to see the rest of the stories you've been missing.

I agree to the theflyonthewall.com disclaimer & terms of use