Netflix appear a assembly deal with President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama beforehand this week. Investors must have found the news enticing, because now the alive media titan has passed Comcast in market value.

What’s up: letters Netflix, for the second time this week, is worth more than telecommunications aggregation Comcast – conceivably best known for its mutually-beneficial accord with former Verizon laywer Ajit Pai.

This time, however, there could be some blockage power in Netflix’s lead.

Facing an approaching threat from Disney’s accessible alive service, Netflix has more than angled down on its assembly spending, and plans to have more than a thousand offerings of aboriginal programming by year’s end. It’s likely these moves, which send a clear signal that Netflix is a assembly aggregation as much as a provider, have lead to the company’s recent uptick in market value.

But the Barrack bump apparently didn’t hurt.

The big picture: Disney can’t help but see the autograph on the wall. According to to Nasdaq.com Netflix is a couple of coins from Scrooge McDuck away from before Mickey Mouse’s house in market value: Comcast is worth $147.15 billion, Netflix comes in second at $147.15 billion, Disney leads this antic trio at $153.36 billion.

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