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netflix, ibm, morganstanley on STOCK.COM


Jan 20 2015, 8.20am GMT


A trio of major U.S. assets for STOCK.com traders will report today; here is the run down on expectations and current movement.

Netflix reporting fourth quarter 2014 earnings at 10.00pm GMT. The forecast for the digital streaming channel is to see revenue grow 26% to $1.485 billion, while earnings per share are expected to decline from $0.79 in the last fourth quarter to $0.45 this quarter.

Recent movement for Netflix saw last highs on 2 January at 352.10, dropping to 316.91 on 12 January. Shares stand at 337.13 today. Last quarter saw positive growth and still shares dropped by 25%.

Morgan Stanley fourth quarter 2014 financial results: reporting at 12.00pm GMT. The forecast for the investment bank is $0.48 per share on revenue of $8.08 billion, representing 0.5% year-on-year earnings growth and a 1.5% year-on-year revenue decline. For the full year, the figures are forecast to offer $2.56 per share on $34.26 billion.

Recent movement on the market records last highs on 2 January at 39.04, with lows reaching 33.74 on 16 January; today the stock stands at 34.67.

IBM reports fourth quarter 2014 earnings at 9.30pm GMT. Forecasts see the offer of $5.44 per share on revenue of $24.85 billion. Investors will be eyeing IBM’s delivery of analytics and cloud-computing as the computer company veers away from hardware to software.

Movement in the market records Q3 pre-earnings downward drop on 17 October 2014 from 181.78 to 166.75, however the markets seem more positive for Q4 results taking share price up from Monday’s close at 154.44 to earnings-day high of 157.48 so far.

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