Netflix is bumping up its prices after becoming a household staple for locked down Australians.
The streaming giant has announced its basic plan, priced at $9.99, will now cost $10.99 a month.
Along with the $1 basic plan hike, the standard plan will cost an extra $2 a month from now on.
Thankfully, those already forking out $19.99 a month for its premium option will not be stung, with Netflix confirming it has no intention of changing the prices for the plan.
Meanwhile competitors Binge…
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Sales of existing homes rose 2.4% to a seasonally adjusted annualized rate of 6 million units, according to the National Association of Realtors. Sales were 10.5% higher compared with August 2019. This is the highest sales pace since December 2006, before the Great Recession.
Sales were hampered only by lack of supply. There were 1.49 million homes for sale at the end of august, down 18.6% annually to a 3.0-mon…
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Stocks popped out of the starting gate Tuesday, then weakened into mixed trade, clipping an attempted rebound after a volatile session Monday. FANG stocks, led by Amazon.com, were early risers. Tesla shares skidded lower ahead of its Battery Day event. Carvana spiked on updated guidance and an analyst upgrade. On the Dow Jones today, Apple seized an early lead, while Nike shares rose ahead of its fiscal first-quarter report due late today.
XThe Nasdaq recovered to a 0.4% gain in volatile trade….
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was up 12.46 points, or 0.1%, at 27,160.16, flipping between gains and losses, while the S&P 500
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