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Last week in media: wild responses to quarterly results; comScore down 86%, Snap up 208% year-to-date

Monday 12 August 2019 | 07:01 CET | News
The Telecompaper Stock Index global Media was down 0.7 percent in week 32, just behind the S&P 500 (-0.5%). There were some major share price movements, mostly induced by quarterly results but also by takeovers. ComScore (-38%), The New York Times (-20%) and EW Scripps (-13%) were the weakest stocks, while Stingray (+15%) and IAC (+7.5%) were the winners. ComScore is down a shocking 86 percent year-to-date and is exploring its strategic options. Snap still leads, up 208 percent year-to-date..

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Companies: Disney / Hulu / IAC / InterActiveCorp / ProSieben / Snap / Tencent / Universal Music / Univision / Viacom / Vivendi / WPP
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