4 Consumer Stock Stories For Monday Investment Shopping

General Motors Company (NYSE:GM): Closing price $31.00

The iconic automaker will invest $546 million in two new Michigan data centers, hoping to release millions of dollars to reinforce vehicle quality more rapidly. On Monday, GM revealed a $288 million data center in the Detroit suburb of Warren, which went online in January. This summer, a $258 million companion center at the GM vehicle proving grounds in Milford, Michigan, will see the start of construction. Company officials said that the centers will help engineers to identify and resolve problems faster than when it outsourced about 90 percent of its information tech requirements.

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Visa (NYSE:V): Closing price $31.00

On Monday, Visa announced a processing enhancement for its Visa Offers solution that permits Visa issuers, purchasers, and merchants of all sizes to supply targeted rewards to Visa cardholders. The enhanced service could potentially eliminate paper coupons, letting consumers, who opt in, to earn points and discounts along with redeeming special offers instantly at checkout by using their enrolled Visa card. The platform supports Visa’s commitment to provide solutions for retailer and financial institution clients of any magnitude that permits them to deliver customized and differentiated benefits to Visa cardholders at the point-of-sale.

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Netflix (NASDAQ:NFLX): Closing price $229.38

Netflix says that it is adding a large amount of Disney and Pixar films to its online streaming service in the United Kingdom and Ireland, including Ratatouille, Wall-E, The Chronicles of Narnia, and Pirates of the Caribbean: Curse of the Black Pearl. Beyond that, the deal includes Disney classics such as Dumbo and The Aristocats. These titles are presently available, and Netflix has also said that it will add a selection of “exclusive” titles from Disney, Marvel, and Dreamworks SKG (whose films are marketed and distributed by Disney) in the coming months.

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Amazon.com (NASDAQ:AMZN): Closing price $264.51

Amazon announced Monday that its customers may now use Amazon Coins to buy apps, games, and in-app items in the Amazon Appstore and also on Kindle Fire. To commemorate the launch, existing and new Kindle Fire customers in the United States have had 500 free Coinsa $5 value deposited into their Amazon accounts Monday. With discounts of as much as 10 percent for purchasing Coins in bulk, it can also be a chance for customers to save money on their app and game purchases.

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