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Netflix is popping on Disney takeover rumors (NFLX)

Netflix closed up 4.14% on Monday after rumors flew around Wall Street about a possible takeover by Disney, according to MarketWatch. Netflix is also up over 1.5% in pre-market trading. The chatter began on Friday, but has continued. In a note, R.W. Baird analyst William Power wrote about "recent M&A rumors" regarding "whether Disney, Apple or someone else, Netflix could become a target," MarketWatch reports.
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