Posts Tagged ‘Wall Street’

Talking About High School Musicals

The Selection This Month for Families: High School Musicals

This working mom with two small children could not even imagine living in a world that didn’t have Netflix as a part of it. That was actually the case prior to my beginning working here. Now, to showcase precisely how Netflix positively affects lives we’ve put together, “This Month’s Picks For Families”. Each month we will offer ideas and recommendations that might fit well in the routine of your family that month. In addition, we will also include some recipe and craft ideas, but don’t fret, they will be kept practical … Read more at Netflix Free Trials

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Netflix Shares Jump Close To 30% After Hours

Netflix Shares Jump

Netflix closed the fourth quarter in excellent fashion. They posted revenues and subscriber numbers significantly higher than estimates by analysts. Investors responded in after hours trading by driving the stock price up by 25 percent.

In its fourth-quarter 2012 Netflix earnings report, the company noticed a large revnue increase. One year ago,revenue was $876 milllion. This year, it was $945 million for the quarter. It also reported Netflix earnings of 13 cents share. That was well above analyst expectations for a loss of $0.12 a share.

As in previous quarters, much of Wall Street’s focus is on … Read more at Netflix Free Trials

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Netflix And Free DVD Trials

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Netflix may have trouble reaching its target for the year for new subscribers. This outlook has disappointed Wall Street and sent Netflix’s shares down nearly 16 percent.

The company thinks that the Olympic games will compete for their customers time and hurt its ability to bring in new customers. If they do not make the amount that they thought they would for the quarter, it may be hard for them to reach their goal of 7 million new subscribers for 2012. About a year ago, Netfix had earnings of $1.29 a share for the quarter and watched … Read more at Netflix Free Trials

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