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Netflix Inc. exceeded expectations for adding subscribers during the third quarter, reporting strong user growth in international markets as it continues to invest heavily in its global programming offerings. Shares of Netflix gained 12% in after-hours trading on the robust subscriber growth,...
17.10.2018
World equities idled on the first trading of the week as investors continued to have mixed feelings. Half of Europe's markets ended wearing green, while the other half headed lower. In the US, only the Russell 2000 – a small-cap stock...
16.10.2018
Sears HoldingsCorp. filed for bankruptcy protection from creditors, marking the collapse of a company that dominated American retailing for much of the 20th century. The retailer, which sought chapter 11 protection in U.S. Bankruptcy Court in White Plains, N.Y., reached a deal with its lenders...
16.10.2018
After a painful last week, equities fell further on Monday with Asian markets blinking red across the screen. The Nikkei fell 1.87%, while Hong Kong’s Hang Seng slid 1.50%. In Europe, the atmosphere is not much better as most indices ...
15.10.2018
Finance chiefs representing 20 of the world's largest economies are hopeful they can help resolve the trade tensions that have emerged over the past year among their membership but achieved no breakthrough this week. The Group of 20 finance ministers met on the sidelines of the annual meetings...
15.10.2018
 
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