Viacom Inc Cl A (VIA)
$26.11 0.00 (0.00%)
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Market Cap 1.29B
PE Ratio 4.90
Volume (Avg. Vol.)
Day's Range 26.11 - 26.11
52-Week Range 25.27 - 26.41
Dividend & Yield 0.80 (3.06%)
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It looks like CBS-Viacom merger talk is heating up as the two companies prepare for possible negotiations to start next month.
Viacom earnings for the company's fiscal second quarter of 2019 have VIAB stock up on Friday after it beat EPS estimates for the period.
Viacom stock looks really cheap at the moment. But the company's uncertain outlook is stopping buyers from getting involved.
Viacom news about it reaching a deal with AT&T to continue to offer its channels on DirecTV has VIA stock on its way up Monday.
CBS stock has multiple headwinds, including a shareholder lawsuit and a CEO search. Still, CBS' strengths make CBS corporation stock attractive.
Although the media-entertainment space has plenty of risks, Viacom stock can ride its relevant content portfolio.
Cord-cutting fears aside, these are the four cable stocks to buy as they position themselves for strong long-term growth.
Viacom didn't report a stellar quarterly result, but the results weren't dismal either. Throw in the low valuation of VIAB stock and its near-3% dividend yield and it's hard to ignore.
VIAB stock looks cheap - and investors could do worse. But in media, they could do better, too.
Viacom entered into a content production deal with Netflix, which is more beneficial for the cable network than you would think.
VIAB stock will likely head higher over the next several weeks as the pending CBS-Viacom merger results in higher takeover offers.
What's powering Netflix to the stratosphere? Buyout rumors, short squeezes, and even the Disney/Fox deal are all helping lift Netflix stock.
Viacom is climbing after a Q4 beat. But with earnings and revenue still declining, and limited premium coming from CBS, further upside seems likely.
There's a reason CBS stock is down, rather than up, in response to rumors that it's mulling an acquisition of the struggling television group.
The future of Viacom stock rests on whether or not Viacom and CBS recombine to create a competitive media giant.
Viacom (VIA,VIAB) stock was down on Thursday following an earnings miss reported in its fiscal fourth quarter of the year.
From Yahoo Finance
(Bloomberg) -- ViacomCBS Inc. reported strong growth at its three streaming services, a sign it is well-positioned as audiences shift online from its bread-and-butter business of pay TV.Domestic streaming revenue rose 56% to $636 million in the third quarter, with streaming subscribers to CBS All Access and Showtime OTT up 72% to 17.9 million. The ad-supported service Pluto TV saw a 57% gain in monthly active users, to 28.4 million. ViacomCBS also topped analysts’ estimates for earnings per share and revenue.See more details.Key InsightsViacomCBS’s revenue fell from a year ago, due largely to a decline in advertising sales. Domestic ad sales bounced back from the previous quarter, but are still down from a year earlier. Overall advertising sales are expected to decline in 2020 due to the pandemic-battered economy.Affiliate sales grew 10% from a year ago. Securing more money from pay-TV operators was a big reason behind the merger of Viacom and CBS. The popularity of CBS, in particular live sports, makes it harder for distributors to drop the company’s cable networks, like MTV and Nickelodeon.The company’s movie studio, Paramount Pictures, didn’t release many movies in the quarter given the continued closure of theaters in many major U.S. cities. It did release a new “SpongeBob SquarePants” movie in Canada, where it grossed a few million dollars. When it goes online, the movie will appear on Netflix overseas and on CBS All Access in the U.S.Market ReactionShares of ViacomCBS fell as much as 4.8% to $29.79 in New York trading, with investors focused on the revenue drop. The stock has declined 27% this year.Get MoreRead the statement.See ViacomCBS estimates.(Updates with shares in Market Reaction.)For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2020 Bloomberg L.P.
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