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U.S. stocks climbed following a storm of U.S. economic data that undercut the chances of a rate hike when the Federal Reserve meets next week.
Stocks turned mixed in the final hour of the session, though still snapped a five-week winning streak.
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Disney (DIS) extended Wednesday's losses, one of the Dow's biggest losers, after the company reported disappointing quarterly sales.
AMC Networks (AMCX) is set to report second quarter results before the opening bell on Thursday.
We'll also get the Fed minutes and hear from Yellen Friday.
Overall, slightly more than half the charts scored a 'B' or better.
Whether you prefer watching TV or heading to the movie theater, both names are setting up for a buy.
For film executives, Sundance generates an excitement all its own, and with it, the lure of buying a movie that appears to be a breakout hit. Every distributor wants to find the next "Little Miss Sunshine," though too often all they get is "mountain fever."
While filmmakers and movie stars occupy center stage at Sundance, corporate sponsors are eager to associate their brand with a film festival that has become a magnet for young and hip consumers.
John Slattery of AMC Network's "Mad Men" says he's flattered and excited to be showing his film at Sundance, but is mainly looking to land a distribution deal for the feature, "God's Pocket."
AMC is embracing the Netflix platform for its shows like 'Breaking Bad' and 'Walking Dead' and that is helping to drive traffic to more traditional platforms.
Jim Cramer expected stocks to slide if the government shutdown and now he's ready to put his cash to work.
Breaking Bad aired its final show and TheStreet breaks down the effect on AMC and Netflix. WARNING: SPOILER ALERTS.
Cable-only companies need to acquire or develop programming that its competitors need.
As Netflix burns cash, expect it to seek another financing bailout.
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Jim Cramer tells TheStreet's Debra Borchardt that Microsoft could own the living room if they bought Netflix.