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Netflix goes negative for the year, giving up a 46% gain

What a difference the past two months made for Netflix. It was just early July when the streaming video giant's stock was flirting with new record highs. Now after an unexpected loss of subscribers and increased competition in the streaming war, shares of Netflix erased all of its 46% gain for the year at its peak and officially entered negative territory on Monday. Netflix has been haunted by nonstop bad news in the past few months. First, its most popular show "The Office" was stripped from its platform by NBC. Then, Netflix was hit by a rare loss in U.S. subscribers and a large miss on international subscriber adds in the second quarter, which sent the stock plunging and suffering its longest losing streak in five years. A slew of announcements from media companies launching their own streaming services — Apple, Disney, AT&T's WarnerMedia, NBC — came as a last straw for the struggling stock. Some Wall Street analysts started losing faith in their darling stock. Barclays a..

Luxury ‘bespoke’ KitKat candy bar to be sold in the UK for up to...

NestleNestle is launching what it describes as luxury, hand-crafted KitKats in the U.K. market, with the custom-made chocolate bars set to cost up to 14 pounds ($17.40) each. The range, which will be sold at the "KitKat Chocolatory," includes several special edition flavors, including gin and tonic, cherry bakewell and earl grey, which will cost £7.50 each. Customers will also be able to create their own bespoke candy bars for as much as £14, with almost 1,500 flavor combinations on offer. Custom-made "Create Your Break" KitKats will be eight-finger bars, which will offer a choice of milk, white, dark or ruby chocolate and three ingredients, such as salted caramel chunks and rose petals. A standard four-finger bar retails in U.K. shops for around sixty pence. Every KitKat sold in the "Chocolatory" will be individually made, with customizable packaging that will let customers have personalized names and messages printed on the front of the packs. The premium KitKats will go on sale at 3..

MasterCard’s stock rallies nearly 50% this year, boosted by strong consumers

The world's second-largest payment processor is approaching a decade-long run for the company's stock. Shares of MasterCard are getting a boost, as U.S. consumers embrace the secular shift from cash to card, and more recently card to digital. MasterCard's stock is up 46% this year, compared to the S&P 500 which is up about 20%. Even more remarkable, the financial company's stock is up more than 1120% since the start of 2011, while the broader market has only rallied about 140% since then. MasterCard, which has a market value of about $279 billion, has ended the last nine years in positive territory, with most years accounting for double digit gains in the stock. Some of MasterCard's success can be attributed to the health of the U.S. economy, currently in its longest expansion in history. A robust economy encourages customers to spend more, boosting fee income for MasterCard and other payment processors. "In the near-term, consumer spend trends appear healthy,..