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Last Updated: Jul 2, 2019 7:59 p.m. EDT Delayed quote

$142.70

0.17 0.12%
After Hours Volume: 164.5K
Media/Entertainment 1.51%
Close Chg Chg %
$142.53 0.88 0.62% 0.88 0.62%
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Volume: 7.6M 65 Day Avg. - 12.1M
Open: 141.40
Close: 142.53
141.27 Day Low/High 142.86
Day Range
100.35 52 Week Low/High 143.51

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Key Data

  • Open $141.40
  • Day Range 141.27 - 142.86
  • 52 Week Range 100.35 - 143.51
  • Market Cap $251.31B
  • Shares Outstanding 1.8B
  • Public Float 1.49B
  • Beta 0.86
  • Rev. per Employee $295.53K
  • P/E Ratio 16.00
  • EPS $8.91
  • Yield 1.23%
  • Dividend $0.88
  • Ex-Dividend Date Jul 5, 2019
  • Short Interest 15.58M 06/14/19
  • % of Float Shorted 1.05%
  • Average Volume 12.07M

Performance

5 Day
  • 1.52%
1 Month
  • 4.85%
3 Month
  • 26.67%
YTD
  • 29.99%
1 Year
  • 37.00%

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Why Spotify Passed Up the Record Label That Owns Taylor Swift’s Catalog

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NBA Free Agency Is a Big Deal on Wall Street Too

Shares of MSG Networks, the TV home of the New York Knicks, fell on reports that the team had missed out on its top off-season targets. Why that’s a growing issue for the cable TV company.

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Barron’s Next 50: The Latest Changes to the Index

We review the Barron’s Next 50 periodically, making changes as needed.

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The S&P 500 Just Had Its Best June Since 1955

As volatility at the extremes has increased and decreased, market selloffs have become more violent than they used to be.

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What’s Really Holding Up a CBS-Viacom Merger

One analyst that a reunited Viacom and CBS could achieve as much as a 20% lift to their combined earnings per share within two years.

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Madame Tussauds Owner Merlin Got a $7.5 Billion Buyout Bid From a Lego Group

Merlin Entertainments, which also runs Legoland theme parks, agreed to the deal after receiving a letter from activist shareholder ValueAct last month.

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ESPN’s Rennae Stubbs on what it’s like to cover Wimbledon — and why she invested in Beyond Meat

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Roku’s Rapidly Rising Stock Takes a Timeout

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5 stocks trading at under $10 worth discovering

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Netflix Stock Could Trade 50% Higher, Analyst Says

Piper Jaffray’s argument is based on the potential for subscription growth by mobile users, especially overseas

FCC probes Sinclair over Tribune Media bid

The Federal Communications Commission is investigating whether Sinclair Broadcast Group Inc. misled the government agency during its unsuccessful attempt to buy Tribune Media Co. last year. In a June 25 letter to Sinclair viewed by The Wall Street Journal, the FCC said it is investigating whether the nation's biggest owner of local television stations "engaged in misrepresentation and/or lack of candor" with the agency when it was seeking approval for the $3.9 billion deal.

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‘The Office’ will leave Netflix in 2021 for NBCUniversal’s streaming service

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Only half of these big tech stocks are worth buying

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Tax the ultra-rich more, George Soros and 17 other American billionaires urge

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Why you should ‘keep your eyes open’ during this June rally

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‘Toy Story 4’ Is a Winner for Disney Stock

‘Toy Story 4’ will be a long-term hit for Walt Disney stock, a profit breakdown by one Wall Street firm suggests.

TikTok’s Videos Are Goofy. Its Strategy to Dominate Social Media Is Serious.

China’s first big hit in the U.S. uses an advanced algorithm to personalize its addictive video-sharing app, and parent Bytedance’s enormous ad spending on Snap, Facebook and Instagram aims to hook their users. Privacy advocates and parents are taking notice.

  • on The Wall Street Journal

S&P 500 Posts Best First Half in 22 Years

Stocks notched solid gains during a second quarter defined by an escalation in the U.S.-China trade fight and a perceived shift in the Federal Reserve’s appetite for interest-rate cuts.

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Lego Owner, Blackstone to Buy Madame Tussauds

The family behind toy giant Lego is teaming up with Blackstone and a Canadian pension fund to buy the owner of Madame Tussauds wax museums and Legoland theme parks in a deal that values the company at $6.04 billion.

  • on The Wall Street Journal

Billionaire Catsimatidis Buys Conservative AM Radio Station

Supermarket magnate John Catsimatidis, whose Sunday morning radio talk show has become part of the New York City political firmament, has acquired conservative radio station 77 WABC from Cumulus Media.

  • on The Wall Street Journal

Wondery Raises $10 Million to Take Podcasts Global

Wondery has raised $10 million in a funding round that values the podcast network at more than $100 million, as it seeks to add to its slate of original programs and expand internationally.

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FCC Investigates Whether Sinclair Showed ‘Lack of Candor’ When Trying to Buy Tribune

The Federal Communications Commission is investigating whether Sinclair Broadcast Group Inc. misled the government agency during its unsuccessful attempt to buy Tribune Media Co. last year.

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Media CEOs Reigned in 2018 Pay

The S&P 500’s communication-services sector—home to Facebook, Disney and AT&T—posted a median CEO pay of $22.6 million in 2018, higher than any other index sector.

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How Alec Baldwin Learned to Keep His Cool

Step one: Don’t go out in public as often. Step two: Channel the eerily calm automobile exec John DeLorean in a new docudrama

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Why This Time Is Different for CBS and Viacom

The media companies have previously faced obstacles to merging, but conditions have changed. Just because a merger hasn’t worked out before doesn’t mean it won’t this time around.

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Netflix to Lose No. 1 Show ‘The Office’ to Comcast in 2021

Comcast’s NBCUniversal said its hit comedy “The Office” will be exclusively available on the company’s coming streaming-video service beginning in 2021, meaning Netflix will lose the rights to its No. 1 show.

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Ann Sarnoff Is Named Chief Executive of Warner Bros.

WarnerMedia has tapped BBC Studios-Americas President Ann Sarnoff to become chief executive of Warner Bros. She will be the first woman to lead the iconic movie and television studio.

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‘Toy Story 4’ Continues Disney’s Box-Office Streak

Walt Disney once again did something that has eluded other Hollywood studios this summer: It opened a sequel to impressive returns at the box office.

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Blame Brexit for Carnival’s Sinking Shares

Cruise operator Carnival Corp. was the worst performer in the S&P 500 on Thursday as the company’s financial results were hit by Brexit and other political decisions.

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Buying American Isn’t an Option, Some U.S. Companies Say

With public hearings on the Trump administration’s China tariff plan set to begin Monday, the U.S. trade representative’s office has already been flooded with letters from companies saying they have few options besides China.

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Disney Overshadows Rival Studios as Reboots and Sequels Sputter

So far this summer, studios not named Walt Disney Co. are failing to capture moviegoers’ attention in a significant way. Attempting to capitalize on the weekends in which Disney isn’t releasing one of its blockbusters, rivals have tried to stand out with sequels and remakes of their own once-successful franchises.

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Online Advertising for Big Brands Gets ‘Ugly’

A lo-fi aesthetic spawned by amateurs spreads to big marketers trying to connect with their audience.

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The Man Behind ‘Fortnite’

At age 20, Tim Sweeney founded Epic Games in his parents’ basement. His company now owns one of the most popular videogames on Earth. But he doesn’t want the credit.

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A Nudge From Dan Loeb Could Pay Dividends for Sony

Activist hedge fund Third Point wants the Japanese conglomerate to spin off its semiconductor business.

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Third Point Calls for Breakup of Sony —Again

Daniel Loeb’s activist hedge fund is pushing for the Japanese company to spin off its semiconductor business, saying its stock is undervalued and its portfolio needs to be less complex.

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‘Fortnite’ Maker Epic Games Scoops Up Houseparty App

The maker of ‘Fortnite’ has acquired the video-chat app Houseparty, uniting two tech properties that seize on teenagers’ affinity for socializing in intimate groups online.

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Walt Disney (DIS) Outpaces Stock Market Gains: What You Should Know

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Today we've highlighted five stocks that are currently trading for under $10 per share. All of these stocks also sport a Zacks Rank #2 (Buy) or better, and are showing signs of outpacing the market.

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The Future of Disney Stock Still Just Comes Down to Streaming

The Future of Disney Stock Still Just Comes Down to Streaming

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Disney Stock Is Poised to Win the Next Decade Hands Down

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2 Reasons Why Disney Will Be A Streaming Powerhouse

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TikTok’s Videos Are Goofy. Its Strategy to Dominate Social Media Is Serious.

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Dow 30 Stock Roundup: Nike Earnings Disappoint, Walgreens Boots Margins Drop

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Lego Owner, Blackstone to Buy Madame Tussauds

The family behind toy giant Lego is teaming up with Blackstone and a Canadian pension fund to buy the owner of Madame Tussauds wax museums and Legoland theme parks in a deal that values the company at $6.04 billion.

  • on The Wall Street Journal

TV and Radio Broadcasting Market Comprehensive Study Including Major Key Players| Walt Disney, DirecTV, Time Warner, Comcast

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FOX News Channel Marks 70 Consecutive Quarters as the Most-watched Cable News Network in Total Day and Primetime

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  • on HTF Market Intelligence

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Daily Dividend Report: WOR, DIS, DD, LMT, HPQ

Daily Dividend Report: WOR, DIS, DD, LMT, HPQ

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Fox Corporation Names Claudia Teran Executive Vice President And Corporate General Counsel

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Disney on Broadway Celebrates Its 25th Anniversary at D23 Expo on Saturday, August 24th With an Exclusive Concert Event & the Premiere of a New Virtual Reality Experience

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The Walt Disney Company Announces Semi-Annual Cash Dividend of $0.88 Per Share

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  • on BusinessWire - BZX

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  • on ABNewswire

Walt Disney Animation Studios and Pixar Animation Studios Prepare to Share Never-Before-Seen Footage, Details, and Experiences at Disney’s D23 Expo 2019 in Anaheim, August 23–25

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Biggest Innovations in Broadcast Media Market to Access Global Industry Players like Comcast, DIRECTV, Walt Disney, News, Time Warner

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United States : Justice Department Reaches Settlement with Five Additional Broadcast Television Companies, Including One National Sales Representative Firm, In Ongoing Information Sharing Investigation

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“Ay Caramba!” Springfield Takes Over Anaheim as The Simpsons Make Their D23 Expo Debut

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Walt Disney Co.

The Walt Disney Co. is a diversified international family entertainment and media enterprise. It operates through the following segments: Media Networks, Parks & Resorts, Studio Entertainment and Consumer Products & Interactive Media. The Media Networks segment includes cable and broadcast television networks, television production and distribution operations, domestic television stations, radio networks and stations. The Parks and Resorts segment owns and operates the Walt Disney World Resort in Florida; the Disneyland Resort in California; Aulani, a Disney Resort & Spa in Hawaii; the Disney Vacation Club; the Disney Cruise Line; and Adventures by Disney. The Studio Entertainment segment produces and acquires live-action and animated motion pictures, direct-to-video content, musical recordings and live stage plays. This segment distributes films primarily under the Walt Disney Pictures, Pixar, Marvel, Lucasfilm and Touchstone banners. The Consumer Products and Interactive Media segment licenses the company's trade names, characters and visual and literary properties to various manufacturers, game developers, publishers and retailers throughout the world. It also develops and publishes games, primarily for mobile platforms, and books, magazines and comic books. This segment also distributes branded merchandise directly through retail, online and wholesale businesses. The Walt Disney was founded by Walter Elias Disney on October 16, 1923 and is headquartered in Burbank, CA. (See Full Profile)

Analyst Ratings

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Number of Ratings 26 Full Ratings

Competitors

Name Chg % Market Cap
CBS Corp. Cl B 0.85% $18.7B
Discovery Inc. Series A 0.65% $16.11B
AMC Networks Inc. Cl A 0.47% $3.1B
Viacom Inc. Cl B 0.36% $12.04B
Sony Corp. ADR -0.06% $65.54B
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