Anthony WoodDavid Orrell | CNBCShares of Roku closed up greater than 17% on Monday, hitting a brand new 52-week excessive, after NBCUniversal’s Peacock launched on the streaming platform.It was a uncommon vibrant spot on an in any other case down day for the market — the Dow Jones Industrial Common closed down 1.85%. Comcast, NBCUniversal’s guardian firm, and Roku had been in talks for months to get the service streaming on Roku however disagreed over management of person information and sharing of promoting stock. Peacock launched in July however was lacking on Roku and one other in style platform — Amazon Fireplace TV.Comcast ramped up stress on Friday and threatened to drag NBC’s TV All over the place channels from Roku whereas negotiations continued. The businesses then rapidly agreed to a deal. “Two major advantages to Roku embrace top-end premium stock and subsequent pricing leverage on its CTV premium advert bundles, and leverage with different main media networks/carriage agreements together with current discussions with AT&T/WarnerMedia for HBO Max premium and ad-supported subscription carriage/income share,” Rosenblatt Securities analyst Mark Zgutowicz mentioned in a observe Monday. The agency reiterated its purchase score on the stock.Roku is at a standstill with AT&T over WarnerMedia’s HBO Max service. Peacock remains to be unavailable on Amazon Fireplace TV. Disclosure: Comcast owns NBCUniversal, which is the guardian firm of Peacock and CNBC.