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Netflix Shares Benefit From Speculation Of A Deal With Disney

Is Netflix ripe to be taken over — by Disney, perhaps? Many investors apparently think so: Netflix shares maintained their value today following yesterday’s 4.6% pop on rumors that Disney might consider making an offer. To be sure, most analysts don’t believe that Disney is seriously interested in buying Netflix. The streaming power has a market value of $45.7 billion — and would probably require a huge premium.
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