|Bid||367.00 x 1300|
|Ask||368.13 x 3100|
|Day's range||360.06 - 370.99|
|52-week range||252.28 - 393.52|
|Beta (5Y monthly)||1.23|
|PE ratio (TTM)||89.61|
|Forward dividend & yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y target est||369.74|
Christian Siriano, the American designer whose career was launched by reality show Project Runway, and who now serves as the show’s on-screen mentor, is currently sewing surgical face masks in bulk for the governor of New York. While Siriano has diverted his attention from red carpet gowns to masks, fans of the show that kick-started his career will find themselves with plenty of television to while away their hours at home. Project Runway, the 15-year-old, mass-market show in which fashion moguls such as Michael Kors and Zac Posen judge the work of aspiring designers through a series of contests, has now spawned two streaming service copycats — including a new series on Amazon that Entertainment Weekly described as “first rate quarantine TV”.
Disney (DIS) is set to pose challenges to Netflix, Amazon prime video and local providers through the launch of its Disney+ streaming service in India on April 3.
The coronavirus pandemic has hit markets bad. But investors shouldn't shun stocks in April but should instead look for avenues to invest in areas under focus owing to rise in infected cases.
The disappointing performance in Q1 is not due to any economic, financial or geopolitical factors but instead a health hazard ??? the coronavirus pandemic.
Here we focus on a basket of stocks that is benefiting from a lengthy spell of social distancing in the United States and across other countries.
China suddenly shut down approximately 600-700 cinemas (again) despite its original plan to gradually reopen as a result of the slowdown.
What better time to start a new streaming service than in the middle of a global crisis that has forced millions of people to hunker down at home? Quibi, from Jeffrey Katzenberg and former eBay boss Meg Whitman, is due to launch on April 6. At $4.99, its cheapest payment option is more affordable than Netflix but the same monthly price as Apple TV+, which offers long TV series without advertising and is free for one year with the purchase of Apple hardware.
Netflix (NFLX) downgrades video streaming quality in India followed by Amazon, YouTube among others in an attempt to lower network traffic amid Covid-19 outbreak.
With European countries in increasingly tight lockdown and New York at a standstill, the world’s major theatrical centres have essentially ground to a halt. The past decade has seen a technological revolution. In addition to globally popular cinema broadcasts conducted by the likes of NT Live (from the National Theatre in London), various companies have vied to corner the market in online drama streaming, both live and as-live.
Streaming services have cut back in some parts of the world as Internet usage has been spiking. However, the U.S. infrastructure has been able to support the incremental load.