Fox Corp Cl B (FOX)
$28.00 0.77 (2.68%)
17:26 EDT FOX Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
Previous Close $28.00
Market Cap 22.36B
PE Ratio 12.84
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 3.25M
Day's Range 27.62 - 28.72
52-Week Range 19.13 - 38.84
Dividend & Yield 0.36 (1.29%)
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The entertainment sector has been hit hard during the coronavirus pandemic, but as the coronavirus outbreak diminishes, these stocks can rebound back to full throttle.
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.
Not only is cable and streaming activity up but the consumption of media, especially news, is surging. All of this is good news for media stocks.
Asian stocks plunged, Tesla ripped over $750 and U.S. stocks surprisingly gained. Here's what happened in the stock market today.
Amazon hit new highs, while Roku faces a dispute with Fox ahead of the Super Bowl. Here's what happened in the stock market today.
Nio stock doubled at one point on Monday. Here's what's moving the stock and here's what happened in the stock market today.
Tuesday's big stock charts highlight 3 names that could signal where various parts of this rising market are heading.
Disney stock is breaking out above multi-year resistance levels at a time where the stock market is under intense pressure. Can it hold?
Dow Jones stocks like Caterpillar, Verizon and Disney are well positioned to finish the year on a high note.
Fox now gets to see how Disney makes streaming work, and FOX stock has enough cash to benefit from the lesson.
Ackman’s investment returns are starting to turn positive. With a $1 billion bet on Lowe’s, I see them getting even better in the final months of 2018 and into 2019, thanks in large part to Ellison’s leadership since taking the top job in July.
A negative reaction to earnings could thrust Disney into false-breakout territory. It could also put DIS stock in the must-buy category.
Comcast has been rallying over the past few months, with CMCSA stock threatening to break out. Here are three reasons why the stock can rally 20%.
Disney will get the Fox assets it wanted over Comcast. However, it will cost Disney stock and its shareholders a pretty penny.
Current and prospective owners of DIS stock still have plenty to worry about, like how much Walt Disney will get when it's forced to sell Fox's profitable sports channels.
Twenty-First Century Fox Inc remains a hot commodity in the content industry. That's why FOXA stock can continue higher. Even if the bidding war is over, investors still receive undervalued compensation.
World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) stock was soaring more than 8% Wednesday as the company inked TV deals with Fox (FOX) and Comcast (CMCSA).
With so many other hot names in media, it's not clear why investors should pile into Dish stock right here.
Investors are wrong to sell DIS stock on the prospects of a FOX deal. The short-term pain will yield long-term gains for Disney. This is a long entry opportunity for DIS stock.
The DOJ ruling on AT&T-Time Warner and the former's $85.4 billion bid for the latter will come down Tuesday afternoon. What will happen as a result?
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