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Topic - Youssef H. Squali
Jefferies & Co. analyst Youssef H. Squali said while "Netflix's leadership in online streaming should remain uncontested for a long time," he thinks that "a combination of the recent price hike, a less favorable competitive environment, and aggressive international expansion raises the risk profile of the stock."
He added that he sees the Facebook-Warner Bros. deal as "yet another caution sign" against movie rental company Netflix Inc.'s high stock value.