Netflix lost 430,000 subscribers in the U.S. and Canada last quarter as its meteoric growth sputtered.

In an investor call Tuesday, the Los Gatos streaming service said it is still feeling the aftershocks of the pandemic.

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Despite intensifying competition in the streaming wars, Bank of America analysts said on Tuesday they see Netflix remaining content king and predict shares of the Los Gatos company will jump to $680 per share by this time next year.

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Move over, "Netflix and chill," and make way for "Netflix and shop."

Taking a page from Disney, the video streamer debuted an online store for selling merchandise tied to its shows and brand on Thursday. Collectibles and streetwear from anime series "Yasuke" and "Eden" are now available, soon to be followed by apparel and decorative items from the French hit, "Lupin," designed in collaboration with the Louvre Museum.

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