Walt Disney (DIS)
$119.34 2.53 (2.17%)
19:59 EDT DIS Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
Previous Close $119.34
Market Cap 177.43B
PE Ratio 15.91
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 14.21M
Day's Range 116.21 - 119.44
52-Week Range 79.07 - 153.41
Dividend & Yield 1.68 (1.41%)
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These 7 stocks caught the Covid-19 virus during the first quarter earnings season. Some of them will bounce back. Some of them won't.
While rejuvenating consumer confidence and consumption could take awhile in the wake of the novel coroanvirus, markets are betting that rebound will happen as highlighted by 25 of 30 Dow stocks trading higher in late trading.
Retail earnings were decent, but Home Depot and Walmart didn't offer guidance, providing investors with reason to depart those names.
With sentiment turning positive for Disney theme parks to reopen, the volatility roller-coaster ride might finally be over for DIS stock.
DIS stock still is well off its highs, which doesn't seem to make much sense. But when considering the outlook for ESPN, caution is advised.
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Disney (NYSE:DIS) raised $11 billion in new debt. Does that make DIS stock a buy or a sell given the current economic environment?
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By Thomas Niel
There are many ad stocks that could be affected by a continued sports hiatus. But here are three names that could see the largest impact: Disney (NYSE:DIS) Fox Corporation (NYSE:FOX) Sinclair Broadcast Group (NASDAQ:SBGI) So, will continued cancellations of sports hurt these stocks going forward? Let's dive in and find out.
Healthcare and technology names lifted broader benchmarks to modest Monday gains as some economies inch toward reopening.
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J.C. Penney appears to be on the brink. Disney preps to reopen in Shanghai. Here's what happened in the stock market today.
Disney stock has strong threats and challenges in the near-term and the longer term. Therefore, investors should avoid the shares.
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