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Last week in media: Google and Facebook scrutinised, AT&T raises dividend, Comcast provides details on Peacock

Monday 16 December 2019 | 07:01 CET | News
Last week's biggest winners and losers included two troubled companies. ComScore was up 9.7 percent and now trades at almost triple the value in August, when it appeared to be in acute danger. McClatchy took a 24 percent hit and seems to be permanently reduced to penny stock status. Japan's TV Asahi was the week's winner, up 17 percent. Four of the largest companies in the Telecompaper Global Media index traded in negative territory last week, including Facebook, Comcast, Netflix and Disney. All in all, our index was down 0.2 percent, whereas the S&P 500 rose 0.7 percent in week 50.

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Companies: Alphabet / Comcast / Disney / Fitbit / Google / Netflix / RTL / Sony / TiVo
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