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As of Dec. 31, 2015, $ESV's backlog was $5.8Bil compared to $9.7Bil as of Dec. 31, 2014. $ESV's floater backlog declined $2.8Bil due to revenues realized during 2015, contract day rate concessions on certain rigs and ENSCO DS-4 and ENSCO DS-9 contract terminations. The remaining $1.1Bil decline primarily related to its Jackups segment.
$KMB down close to 4% after it misses on earnings and revenue. Forecasts are lower for the year.
It is official, with $T buying $TWX, it looks like distributors want to own the content production too. Expect some good competition between Netflix ($NFLX), AT&T, Comcast ($CMCSA) and others. However, will this be good for the consumers will not be decided soon.
$NFLX a monster move, going up. Expect making some money on Monday.