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Friday,21 January 2022 at 17:04
Netflixsuffered a horror show as
its shares lost a fifth of their value after the latest subscriber numbers
disappointed Wall Street.
The streaming service added 8.3 million customers in the last three months of
2021, short of the 8.5 million that the company had targeted, despite a heavy
line-up of new releases such as Don't Look Up and Red Notice.
strong growth during lockdowns as more people stayed at home in front of the
television watching hits such as The Crown and Bridgerton, picking up 37
million customers in 2020.
Last year only 18 million were added. The slowest annual pace of growth for
five years. It took the total number to just under 222 million.
UK and European markets
closed sharply lower, tracking a global pullback for risk assets.
U.S. stocks were on track
to end a volatile weeklower, with investors rotating further
away from growth and technology stocks that had outperformed early on during
Oil prices fell,
pressured by an unexpected rise in U.S. crude and fuel inventories while
investors took profits after global oil benchmarks touched seven-year highs
inflation and geopolitical risks underpinned its safe-haven appeal.
At the close
FTSE 100 7,494 (-1.20%)
FTSE 250 22,263 (-1.99%)
DAX 15,603 (-1.94%)
Dow Jones 34,712 (-0.01%)
S&P 500 4,467 (-0.33%)
NASDAQ 14,050 (-0.75%)
UK 10-YR YIELD 1.174
Gold $1,833 (-0.26%)
Brent $87.56 +0.16%
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