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Netflix was a stock share price winner last week, up 6.36% and closing at $104.82 a share on Friday, according to Cablefax’s week in review of media and telecom stocks for the week of October 3. A few things happened last week that may have influenced the uptick: The company signed an agreement with the luxury movie chain iPic Entertainment to screen its original films in the theaters on the same day of the release, and there have been rumors of an acquisition by either Walt Disney or Alphabet. But those gains are already sliding Monday, after Deutsche Bank reportedly rated Netflix at sell. The firm also said that Netflix is unlikely to be bought. Meanwhile, losers last week included SeaChange, down 6.02% to $2.81 a share, Avid Tech, down 5.92% to $7.47 a share, and Liberty Global, with closed down 5%, at $32.47.

Stock Share Price Winners:

  1. ECHOSTAR:…………………………………………………………46.96……….. 7.14%
  2. NETFLIX:……………………………………………………………104.82……….. 6.36%
  3. ADDVANTAGE:………………………………………………………1.86……….. 6.29%
  4. CONCURRENT:……………………………………………………..5.83……….. 6.00%
  5. GCI:…………………………………………………………………….14.56……….. 5.89%

Stock Share Price Losers:

  1. SEACHANGE:………………………………………………………..2.81………(6.02%)
  2. AVID TECH:……………………………………………………………7.47………(5.92%)
  3. LIBERTY GLOBAL:……………………………………………….32.47…………..(5%)
  4. SHENTEL:……………………………………………………………25.97………(4.56%)
  5. WWE:………………………………………………………………….20.34………(4.51%)

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