Yahoo Finance's Emily McCormick previews upcoming earnings reports and economic data to watch for this week.
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Netflix (NASDAQ: NFLX) is raising prices for subscribers in the United States and Canada. Binge watchers will see their monthly payments increase by about 11% across the board for all three subscription tiers, beginning with the next billing statement. Netflix's last price increase came in October of 2020 amid surging subscription rates, but that was a relatively small bump, compared to previous price hikes.