Here’s what every major Wall Street analyst is predicting for Netflix earnings after the bell

Wall Street analysts have plenty of questions for Netflix when it reports fourth-quarter earnings after the bell on Tuesday. It’s the first of the so-called FAANG stocks — which includes Facebook, Amazon, Apple and Google — to do so. Shares of Netflix have climbed more than 17% since the company’s previous earnings report in October, despite an onslaught of streaming competition from the likes of Disney+ and the upcoming launch of NBCUniversal’s Peacock. Analysts will also be looking for updates


Wall Street analysts have plenty of questions for Netflix when it reports fourth-quarter earnings after the bell on Tuesday.
It’s the first of the so-called FAANG stocks — which includes Facebook, Amazon, Apple and Google — to do so.
Shares of Netflix have climbed more than 17% since the company’s previous earnings report in October, despite an onslaught of streaming competition from the likes of Disney+ and the upcoming launch of NBCUniversal’s Peacock.
Analysts will also be looking for updates
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Here's what every major Wall Street analyst is predicting for Netflix earnings after the bell

Wall Street analysts have plenty of questions for Netflix when it reports fourth-quarter earnings after the bell on Tuesday.

It’s the first of the so-called FAANG stocks — which includes Facebook, Amazon, Apple and Google — to do so.

Shares of Netflix have climbed more than 17% since the company’s previous earnings report in October, despite an onslaught of streaming competition from the likes of Disney+ and the upcoming launch of NBCUniversal’s Peacock.

Analysts will also be looking for updates on many other key issues surrounding the streaming giant, including content spending and subscriber, international and revenue growth.

Despite all that, expectations remain high.

Here’s what else analysts are watching for with Netflix earnings:


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The Golden Globe Awards aren’t great at predicting Oscar winners

Alfonso Cuaron wins Best Director Motion Picture and Best Motion Picture – Foreign Language for “Roma,” a Netflix film, during the 76th annual Golden Globe Awards on January 6, 2019, at the Beverly Hilton hotel in Beverly Hills, California. The 77th Golden Globes will be handed out Sunday night, just about a week before the nominations for the 92nd annual Academy Awards will be announced. However, the Golden Globes, which are handed out by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, don’t always pr


Alfonso Cuaron wins Best Director Motion Picture and Best Motion Picture – Foreign Language for “Roma,” a Netflix film, during the 76th annual Golden Globe Awards on January 6, 2019, at the Beverly Hilton hotel in Beverly Hills, California.
The 77th Golden Globes will be handed out Sunday night, just about a week before the nominations for the 92nd annual Academy Awards will be announced.
However, the Golden Globes, which are handed out by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, don’t always pr
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The Golden Globe Awards aren't great at predicting Oscar winners

Alfonso Cuaron wins Best Director Motion Picture and Best Motion Picture – Foreign Language for “Roma,” a Netflix film, during the 76th annual Golden Globe Awards on January 6, 2019, at the Beverly Hilton hotel in Beverly Hills, California.

The 77th Golden Globes will be handed out Sunday night, just about a week before the nominations for the 92nd annual Academy Awards will be announced.

For those looking to get a head start on their Oscar ballot predictions, it’s tempting to use the Globes as a barometer for which films and actors will likely hoist the glittering gold trophy at the Academy Award ceremony in February.

However, the Golden Globes, which are handed out by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, don’t always predict the winners at the Academy Awards.

The Golden Globes have always been a bit of an oddball ceremony. After all, it’s one of the few televised award shows in the entertainment industry that serves alcohol, often leading to some unscripted moments by its participants during the telecast.

Then there is the relatively small size of the voting body. The Hollywood Foreign Press Association’s membership never exceeds 100 members. For comparison, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has more than 8,000 voting members, many of which are members of prominent Hollywood guilds.

“[The Hollywood Foreign Press Association] doesn’t have a high overlap with Oscar membership,” Ben Zauzmer, author of “Oscarmetrics: The Math Behind the Biggest Night in Hollywood” and a mathematical Oscar predictor, said.

So, just because the HFPA votes one way, doesn’t mean that the pool of Oscar voters will do the same.

Zauzmer noted that the guild award ceremonies for directors, producers, writers and screen actors are often a more consistent and accurate representation of the Oscar vote, as many of those members are also Academy constituents.


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‘First five days’ indicator, which has a good track record at predicting year, off to good start

When stocks finish that period higher, the S&P 500 has been positive 82% of the time at year-end with an average gain of 13.6%, according to Stock Trader’s Almanac and CNBC calculations. And the indicator’s predictive ability could just be coincidental given that stocks rise most years. It turned out to be accurate in 2019 when the S&P 500 rebounded from the worst December since the Great Depression, rising 2.7% in the first five trading days. The S&P 500 and the Dow Jones Industrial Average bot


When stocks finish that period higher, the S&P 500 has been positive 82% of the time at year-end with an average gain of 13.6%, according to Stock Trader’s Almanac and CNBC calculations.
And the indicator’s predictive ability could just be coincidental given that stocks rise most years.
It turned out to be accurate in 2019 when the S&P 500 rebounded from the worst December since the Great Depression, rising 2.7% in the first five trading days.
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'First five days' indicator, which has a good track record at predicting year, off to good start

The stock market’s performance in the first five days of a given year can sometimes predict the market’s direction for the rest of the year, according to the Stock Trader’s Almanac, which studied the “first five days” phenomena going back to 1950. When stocks finish that period higher, the S&P 500 has been positive 82% of the time at year-end with an average gain of 13.6%, according to Stock Trader’s Almanac and CNBC calculations.

Stocks jumped to a record on the first trading day of 2020, and if the rally extends to the next four sessions, the market could be in for another good year going by an old Wall Street indicator.

Still a lot can happen the rest of the year, especially with an election ahead. And the indicator’s predictive ability could just be coincidental given that stocks rise most years.

That said, this is a time when big investors make their initial bets for the new year and could reveal their bias for the year.

It turned out to be accurate in 2019 when the S&P 500 rebounded from the worst December since the Great Depression, rising 2.7% in the first five trading days. The benchmark ended the year 28.9% higher, posting its best year since 2013.

The S&P 500 and the Dow Jones Industrial Average both jumped more than 0.5% to records on Thursday.

The market is now in the tail end of the so-called Santa Claus rally period, which historically has given stocks a boost. During the final five trading days of the year and the first two of the new year, the S&P 500 has posted a 1.3% gain on average since 1950, according to the Stock Trader’s Almanac.

January also features one of Wall Street’s favorite seasonal gauges — the January barometer. A higher January should mean a higher year, which is the thinking behind the Street’s saying: “So goes January, so goes the year.”

— CNBC’s Nate Rattner contributed to this report.


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Morgan Stanley upgrades Nvidia to buy, predicting 2020 will be ‘a return to solid growth’

Jensen Huang, president and CEO of Nvidia, speaks during the company’s event at the 2019 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas on Jan. 6, 2019. Morgan Stanley raised its rating on Nvidia to overweight from equal-weight, as the firm sees the stock racing even higher in 2020 after a solid performance in a competitive year among semiconductor companies. Nvidia’s stock is up nearly 60% this year as of its previous close at $210.89. Shares of Nvidia rose 4.3% in trading Monday.


Jensen Huang, president and CEO of Nvidia, speaks during the company’s event at the 2019 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas on Jan. 6, 2019.
Morgan Stanley raised its rating on Nvidia to overweight from equal-weight, as the firm sees the stock racing even higher in 2020 after a solid performance in a competitive year among semiconductor companies.
Nvidia’s stock is up nearly 60% this year as of its previous close at $210.89.
Shares of Nvidia rose 4.3% in trading Monday.
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Morgan Stanley upgrades Nvidia to buy, predicting 2020 will be 'a return to solid growth'

Jensen Huang, president and CEO of Nvidia, speaks during the company’s event at the 2019 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas on Jan. 6, 2019.

Morgan Stanley raised its rating on Nvidia to overweight from equal-weight, as the firm sees the stock racing even higher in 2020 after a solid performance in a competitive year among semiconductor companies.

Nvidia’s stock is up nearly 60% this year as of its previous close at $210.89.

Shares of Nvidia rose 4.3% in trading Monday.


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Morgan Stanley upgrades Nvidia to buy, predicting 2020 will be ‘a return to solid growth’

Jensen Huang, president and CEO of Nvidia, speaks during the company’s event at the 2019 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas on Jan. 6, 2019. Morgan Stanley raised its rating on Nvidia to overweight from equal-weight, as the firm sees the stock racing even higher in 2020 after a solid performance in a competitive year among semiconductor companies. Nvidia’s stock is up nearly 60% this year as of its previous close at $210.89. Shares of Nvidia rose 4.3% in trading Monday.


Jensen Huang, president and CEO of Nvidia, speaks during the company’s event at the 2019 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas on Jan. 6, 2019.
Morgan Stanley raised its rating on Nvidia to overweight from equal-weight, as the firm sees the stock racing even higher in 2020 after a solid performance in a competitive year among semiconductor companies.
Nvidia’s stock is up nearly 60% this year as of its previous close at $210.89.
Shares of Nvidia rose 4.3% in trading Monday.
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Morgan Stanley upgrades Nvidia to buy, predicting 2020 will be 'a return to solid growth'

Jensen Huang, president and CEO of Nvidia, speaks during the company’s event at the 2019 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas on Jan. 6, 2019.

Morgan Stanley raised its rating on Nvidia to overweight from equal-weight, as the firm sees the stock racing even higher in 2020 after a solid performance in a competitive year among semiconductor companies.

Nvidia’s stock is up nearly 60% this year as of its previous close at $210.89.

Shares of Nvidia rose 4.3% in trading Monday.


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Predicting UK election result from polls ‘more difficult than ever before,’ academic says

Predicting UK election result from polls ‘more difficult than ever before,’ academic saysTony Travers, professor of politics at London School Of Economics, discusses the U.K.’s upcoming general election.


Predicting UK election result from polls ‘more difficult than ever before,’ academic saysTony Travers, professor of politics at London School Of Economics, discusses the U.K.’s upcoming general election.
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Predicting UK election result from polls 'more difficult than ever before,' academic says

Predicting UK election result from polls ‘more difficult than ever before,’ academic says

Tony Travers, professor of politics at London School Of Economics, discusses the U.K.’s upcoming general election.


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Global trade is likely contracting and we’re now ‘betting’ on a US-China deal, OECD chief says

Investment and trade growth at the moment are reliant on a deal between the U.S. and China, the secretary general of the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) told CNBC Wednesday. In September, the OECD cut its global growth forecasts, predicting that the global economy will see its weakest growth in 2019, predicting growth of 2.9%, since the financial crisis in 2008-2009. The forecasts were down from its May outlook when it predicted the global economy would grow 3.2% thi


Investment and trade growth at the moment are reliant on a deal between the U.S. and China, the secretary general of the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) told CNBC Wednesday.
In September, the OECD cut its global growth forecasts, predicting that the global economy will see its weakest growth in 2019, predicting growth of 2.9%, since the financial crisis in 2008-2009.
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Global trade is likely contracting and we're now 'betting' on a US-China deal, OECD chief says

Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) General Secretary Angel Gurria gestures as he addresses a meeting at OECD headquarters in Paris on June 7, 2017.

Investment and trade growth at the moment are reliant on a deal between the U.S. and China, the secretary general of the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) told CNBC Wednesday.

“Yesterday, he (President Donald Trump) made a presentation at the Economic Club (in New York) and basically he said ‘Yes, maybe we’re close to a deal with China’ — we’re betting on that,” Angel Gurria told CNBC’s Charlotte Reed in Paris.

“The rate of growth of trade has come down from 5.5% in 2017 to basically flat. In fact, maybe as we speak, trade is going negative, it’s contracting. Investment — as a consequence because of the uncertainty — went from 5% growth to about 1% growth now and it’s slowing down further.

“Therefore growth has dropped precipitously over a short period of time,” he said.

In September, the OECD cut its global growth forecasts, predicting that the global economy will see its weakest growth in 2019, predicting growth of 2.9%, since the financial crisis in 2008-2009. It predicted 3% growth in 2020.

The forecasts were down from its May outlook when it predicted the global economy would grow 3.2% this year and 3.4% in 2020.

Gurria told CNBC that “if we continue to take decisions along the lines of more protectionism or more problems with trade etc, if there are more tensions, then the consequences can be even worse.”

Then, in its “Interim Economic Outlook,” the organization warned that “global economy has become increasingly fragile and uncertain, with growth slowing and downside risks continuing to mount.” It said economic prospects were weakening for both advanced and emerging economies, “and global growth could get stuck at persistently low levels without firm policy action from governments.”


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Here’s what every major analyst is predicting for Netflix earnings after the bell

Netflix CEO Reed Hastings split the company in two in 2011, thinking that the growing ubiquity of high-speed Internet access would soon mean the end of their disruptive DVD mailing business. But neglecting the DVD business proved to be a mistake, and Netflix reversed course. Netflix will report its third-quarter earnings after the bell on Wednesday and while many analysts have lowered their forecasts in recent weeks, they still say the streaming giant has a lot to answer for. Netflix shares have


Netflix CEO Reed Hastings split the company in two in 2011, thinking that the growing ubiquity of high-speed Internet access would soon mean the end of their disruptive DVD mailing business.
But neglecting the DVD business proved to be a mistake, and Netflix reversed course.
Netflix will report its third-quarter earnings after the bell on Wednesday and while many analysts have lowered their forecasts in recent weeks, they still say the streaming giant has a lot to answer for.
Netflix shares have
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Here's what every major analyst is predicting for Netflix earnings after the bell

Netflix CEO Reed Hastings split the company in two in 2011, thinking that the growing ubiquity of high-speed Internet access would soon mean the end of their disruptive DVD mailing business. But neglecting the DVD business proved to be a mistake, and Netflix reversed course.

Netflix will report its third-quarter earnings after the bell on Wednesday and while many analysts have lowered their forecasts in recent weeks, they still say the streaming giant has a lot to answer for.

Investors and analysts alike will be watching for key metrics surrounding subscriber growth, content costs, revenue growth, and comments on tough streaming competition from the likes of Disney and Apple.

Netflix shares have been under pressure of late and are down 2.7% over the last month and some analysts say the stakes could not be higher.

Here’s what the major analysts expect from Netflix’s earnings report:


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Here’s what every major analyst is predicting for Netflix earnings after the bell

Netflix CEO Reed Hastings split the company in two in 2011, thinking that the growing ubiquity of high-speed Internet access would soon mean the end of their disruptive DVD mailing business. But neglecting the DVD business proved to be a mistake, and Netflix reversed course. Netflix will report its third-quarter earnings after the bell on Wednesday and while many analysts have lowered their forecasts in recent weeks, they still say the streaming giant has a lot to answer for. Netflix shares have


Netflix CEO Reed Hastings split the company in two in 2011, thinking that the growing ubiquity of high-speed Internet access would soon mean the end of their disruptive DVD mailing business.
But neglecting the DVD business proved to be a mistake, and Netflix reversed course.
Netflix will report its third-quarter earnings after the bell on Wednesday and while many analysts have lowered their forecasts in recent weeks, they still say the streaming giant has a lot to answer for.
Netflix shares have
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Here's what every major analyst is predicting for Netflix earnings after the bell

Netflix CEO Reed Hastings split the company in two in 2011, thinking that the growing ubiquity of high-speed Internet access would soon mean the end of their disruptive DVD mailing business. But neglecting the DVD business proved to be a mistake, and Netflix reversed course.

Netflix will report its third-quarter earnings after the bell on Wednesday and while many analysts have lowered their forecasts in recent weeks, they still say the streaming giant has a lot to answer for.

Investors and analysts alike will be watching for key metrics surrounding subscriber growth, content costs, revenue growth, and comments on tough streaming competition from the likes of Disney and Apple.

Netflix shares have been under pressure of late and are down 2.7% over the last month and some analysts say the stakes could not be higher.

Here’s what the major analysts expect from Netflix’s earnings report:


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A sell-off worse than December can arrive in a week, says analyst who is predicting ‘Lehman-like’ drop

Traders work after the closing bell at the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) on August 12, 2019 at Wall Street in New York City. Remember the brutal sell-off last year when stocks suffered their worst December since the Great Depression? Macro and quant strategist Masanari Takada turned heads earlier this month with his bold call for a “Lehman-like” plunge. He’s sticking with this prediction as market sentiment shows no signs of improving, leading him to believe a monster sell-off could arrive this


Traders work after the closing bell at the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) on August 12, 2019 at Wall Street in New York City. Remember the brutal sell-off last year when stocks suffered their worst December since the Great Depression? Macro and quant strategist Masanari Takada turned heads earlier this month with his bold call for a “Lehman-like” plunge. He’s sticking with this prediction as market sentiment shows no signs of improving, leading him to believe a monster sell-off could arrive this
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A sell-off worse than December can arrive in a week, says analyst who is predicting 'Lehman-like' drop

Traders work after the closing bell at the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) on August 12, 2019 at Wall Street in New York City.

Remember the brutal sell-off last year when stocks suffered their worst December since the Great Depression? Something worse than that could happen in days, a Nomura analyst said.

Macro and quant strategist Masanari Takada turned heads earlier this month with his bold call for a “Lehman-like” plunge. He’s sticking with this prediction as market sentiment shows no signs of improving, leading him to believe a monster sell-off could arrive this week.

“The U.S. stock market especially is facing its greatest test of the year thus far,” Takada said in a note to clients on Monday. Low sentiment is poised to prompt “panic-selling by fundamentals-oriented investors and systematic selling by trend-following technical investors along the way,” he said.

Takada’s view, the most pessimistic on Wall Street, is based on macro and quantitative data including flows from hedge funds and other players, which showed sentiment is approaching the lowest level of the current cycle. He had predicted the first explosion in the Cboe Volatility Index, aka Wall Street’s “fear gauge,” which swung to the highest in 2019 on Aug. 5 when China allowed its currency to drop to a level unseen since the financial crisis amid the trade war.

This week is also the last week before the Labor Day weekend. Volumes are typically low at the end of August, which could exaggerate market moves.

The Dow tanked more than 33% in 2008, the year in which Lehman Brothers went bust. The collapse helped catalyze the financial crisis and bring on the Great Recession. By March 2009, the benchmark hit its lowest level of 6,443.27, a peak-to-trough decline of about 55%.


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