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Netflix, Inc. (NFLX) Given a $175.00 Price Target by SunTrust Banks, Inc

Netflix, Inc. (NFLX) Given a $175.00 Price Target by SunTrust Banks, Inc

That has hurt Netflix's free cash flow, which the company projects will be negative $2 billion to $2.5 billion for the full year, a deficit funded by trips to the debt markets.

Netflix (NASDAQ:NFLX) added 5.3M new subscribers in Q3 and expects to add another 6.3M in Q4 as growth continues to explode.

Net income for the third quarter sits at $130 million, up from $52 million in the same quarter previous year.

Meanwhile, Netflix shares hit a record high on Monday after it revealed it attracted a forecast-beating number of new subscribers to its services in the third quarter.

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If that were to happen, the USA would in effect be in violation of the terms. "We do not think it is acceptable for the Europeans to join America in its bullying".

The drive-in fast-food chain blamed Hurricane Harvey, partly, for a decline in same-store sales. The Michigan-based Usa Fincl Portformulas has invested 1.5% in Netflix, Inc.

The company has a total of $17 billion in content commitments over the next several years and a growing library of owned content, with a $2.5 billion net book value. Vetr cut shares of Netflix from a strong-buy rating to a buy rating and set a $168.56 price target for the company.in a report on Monday, June 19th. The stock traded within a range of $197.77 and $204.38. With a Composite Rating of 95 out of a best-possible 99, Netflix leads IBD's Leisure-Movies & Related group. It looks like Netflix wants to fight the risk of more third-party content owners pulling their licenses, not to mention the competition from Amazon-produced original content. The return on assets stands at 2.5%, Return on Equity now is 12.8% and the Return on Investment value is 5%. Equities analysts predict that Netflix will post $1.19 EPS for the current fiscal year.

Netflix shows no signs of slowing down. That compares with more than $6 billion in content spending in 2017 and $5 billion in 2016.

Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos said that Netflix was looking to spend a groundbreaking $8 billion on original content in 2018.

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Disney's decision to pull its content from Netflix starting in 2019 caused a bit of a panic among Netflix investors, but Netflix CEO Reed Hastings said the company doesn't need Disney's content to keep fueling its global growth. "While we have multiyear deals in place preventing any sudden reduction in content licensing, the long-term trends are clear". It says it spends disproportionately in the United States to generate media and influencer awareness for its programming which it believes, in turn, is an effective way to facilitate word of mouth globally.

Netflix faces many competitors in the streaming video space, but has a "good head start", Hastings said. Since Netflix doesn't have any advertising, and thus doesn't take in any advertising dollars, the company depends on subscriber fees to fund its original content spending efforts.

This quarter, Netflix is releasing the crime drama series "Mindhunter" from director David Fincher, the Will Smith movie "Bright", and new seasons of "Stranger Things" and "The Crown".

Meanwhile, bigger, more established movie studios are not coming close to 80 films per year. "It's a big-budget event movie" that will show people the potential for Netflix's original movie initiative.

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