Apple and Microsoft, with market valuations of approximately $2.7T and $2.3T respectively, hold such substantial positions in the S&P 500 that if combined, they would rank as the third-largest sector within the index, surpassing both the energy and financial sectors in size.… pic.twitter.com/q3EfG3eQ78
$UBS analyst: "Have you seen any impact to demand thus far and if rates sort of stay at 7% would you expect incentive activity and cancellation rates to pick back up again for the industry?"$TOL CEO: "We have not seen any drop in activity over the last few weeks..."
Netflix revealed 5M ad-tier subscribers last week, per @Reuters – at $7/mo, the tier is already at a >$100M quarterly run rate and will monetize at a higher rate than other plans, potentially boosting the bottom line.$NFLX
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