Netflix Co-Founder and Director Reed Hastings delivers a speech as he opens Netflix France’s new Paris office on January 17, 2020.
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If history is any indication, Netflix shareholders shouldn’t be hoping for a big win from Tuesday’s earnings report.
The streaming video giant will post its first quarter results after the bell on Thursday, and Wall Street analysts remain bullish on the stock despite a sluggish start to the year. However, according to the Bespoke Investment Group, Netflix is typically not rewarded with a surge in share price for strong first quarter results.
Netflix’s earnings development is broken down by quarter.