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Last week in media: AT&T provides details on HBO Max, Facebook makes a 'relief rally' and comScore sets a new YTD low

Monday 15 July 2019 | 07:00 CET | News
AT&T provided the market with some details on its upcoming streaming video service. Press reports broke the news of Facebook settling with the FTC on its privacy breach issue with Cambridge Analytica. It prompted a 'relief rally', as the stock went up 4.3 percent in week 28. The internet platform majors were getting ready to be heard by US politicians next week. The political headwinds apparently have already been discounted, since the Alphabet stock was up 1.2 percent. ComScore lost another 13 percent, making it the worst performer in our index from a year-to-date perspective, with a loss of

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