As Nielsen Media starts to measure viewership ratings of Netflix, Inc. (NFLX) and Amazon.com Inc. (AMZN), there is a debate about how it will impact the players involved.
On one side, there are the online streaming companies such as Netflix, Amazon, Hulu, and others waiting to join them such HBO’s fully-online streaming service. On the other side, there are the content owners — HBO/Time Warner, Read more […]
With Netflix, Inc. (NASDAQ:NFLX) having more than 30 million subscribers in the U.S., it has a larger viewership than most cable channels. However, the viewing patterns of Netflix users are not so well known as of now.
Of course, Netflix is familiar with the streaming data, the viewing patterns and it effectively mines that data to suggest shows and movies to its viewers and to help it acquire content Read more […]
US economy failed to rebound in the second quarter of 2014 as much as investors expected and the American currency declined against Euro for the first time during the last seven days.
Tomorrow FED will begin meetings to debates the interest rates pace and if the Government is going to reduce further its bond purchase monthly amount.
Investors and analysts expect the rebound to be weaker than Read more […]
Fund portfolios recorded a positive inflow in 2014 – $109 million, which reverses the outflow of approximately % 13.9 billion during the first two months of 2014. This brings the ETF portfolios with allocation in emerging economies back among the major players in world markets.
Money managers are optimistic about developing-nation ETF. Black Rock Inc has attracted approximately $2 billion into its Read more […]
Goldman Sachs Group Inc has released a statement that global stocks are ‘threatened’ to decline during the next three months due to increasing levels of Bond yields. Rising inflation is likely to continue to force Bond yields to increase over the middle term on global markets, according to the quarter strategic report by Goldman Sachs institution.
The bank has decreased its rating on stocks Read more […]
Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) reportedly used its annual conference to keep coders and designers from switching to Android. The Cupertino-based company introduced a new programming language for faster app creation, tools to make programs work better together and improved ways to help customers find apps to download.
Keeping its apps ecosystem healthy is crucial for Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) as these help drive Read more […]