June 5, 2018
S&P Dow Jones Indices will add Netflix to the S&P 100 starting June 7, replacing Monsanto Co.
German pharmaceutical and chemical conglomerate Bayer AG is acquiring Monsanto in a deal expected to be completed soon, the S&P noted.
Netflix, headquartered in Los Gatos, Calif., is in the consumer discretionary sector and internet and direct marketing retail sub-industry.
Netflix closed June 5 trading with a market capitalization of $159.01 billion.
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