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Total number of Netflix subscribers fell by 200,000 in Q1

Streaming services were among the biggest winners from lockdowns and other social restrictions imposed during the COVID-19 pandemic. But as economies around the world continue to reopen, many people are switching off. The industry pioneer, Netflix lost subscribers for the first time in a decade, in the first quarter. And it could be facing even tougher times ahead. #Netflix #SubscriberNumber #NetflixEarnings

Netflix adds 8.3 million subscribers in fourth quarter of 2017 | Money Talks

Netflix adds 8.3 million subscribers in fourth quarter of 2017 | Money Talks

Netflix to launch scheduled broadcasts?

Netflix to launch scheduled broadcasts?

Netflix pulls comedy show episode critical of Saudi Arabia

Netflix pulls comedy show episode critical of Saudi Arabia

What does Netflix see in Harry and Meghan?

What does Netflix see in Harry and Meghan?

Oil companies' profits have nearly doubled compared to last year

Oil companies' profits have nearly doubled compared to last year

China imposes economic curbs on Taiwan over Pelosi visit

China imposes economic curbs on Taiwan over Pelosi visit

Asian markets fall sharply ahead of Nancy Pelosi's visit to Taiwan

Asian markets fall sharply ahead of Nancy Pelosi's visit to Taiwan

China's manufacturing output growth slower than expected in July

China's manufacturing output growth slower than expected in July

Lufthansa's ground staff on strike, demand pay raise

Lufthansa's ground staff on strike, demand pay raise

Weak consumer spending hit tech earnings

Weak consumer spending hit tech earnings

Egyptian farmers struggle to survive amid rising costs

Egyptian farmers struggle to survive amid rising costs

US economy in recession after second quarter contraction

US economy in recession after second quarter contraction

Market Movers: Energy prices keep soaring

Market Movers: Energy prices keep soaring

US economy disappoints with 0.9% contraction in second quarter

US economy disappoints with 0.9% contraction in second quarter

US Federal Reserve hikes benchmark rates by 75 basis points

US Federal Reserve hikes benchmark rates by 75 basis points

IMF slashes global growth forecast, sees rising risk of recession

IMF slashes global growth forecast, sees rising risk of recession

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