DIS

The Walt Disney Company New York Stock Exchange
$177.54
Open: $173.51 High: $178.24 Low: $172.94 Close: $177.48
Range: 2021-06-23 - 2021-06-24
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DIS
The Walt Disney Company 500 South Buena Vista Street Burbank CA, 91521 http://www.disney.com
Walt Disney Co together with its subsidiaries is a diversified worldwide entertainment company with operations in four business segments: Media Networks, Parks and Resorts, Studio Entertainment, and Consumer Products & Interactive Media.
  • CEO: Robert A. Iger
  • Employees: 199,000
  • Sector: Consumer Cyclical
  • Industry: Entertainment
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  • ViacomCBS (VIAC) Reorganizes Businesses to Focus on Streaming

    ViacomCBS (VIAC) announces leadership restructuring for its streaming content to boost audience growth and engagement across genres and markets.

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  • Disneyland and Disney World Are More Brilliant Than Greedy

    You'll pay $220 for a lightsaber and $30 for a ride-enhancing web-slinging accessory -- and like it.

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  • Could Disney Stock Be Worth $200 by Year End?

    After a solid year of gains in 2020, Walt Disney's (NYSE: DIS) stock price is on a choppy path in 2021. Interestingly, Disney's business was in a holding pattern in 2020, waiting for governments to get control of the coronavirus. All of Disney's theme parks are open.

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  • Even After Disney's Growth, Here's Why It Still Looks Cheap

    The market is laser focused on growth at Disney+, but the potential growth at the theme parks is getting overlooked.

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  • Consumer Spending Is Up 20% From 2019 Levels -- Here's How to Invest

    Bank of America (NYSE: BAC) CEO Brian Moynihan recently said that consumer spending is 20% higher in June than it was before the COVID-19 pandemic. Pent-up demand is translating into a big jump in spending, and in this Fool Live video clip, recorded on June 14, Fool.com contributor Matt Frankel, CFP, and Industry Focus host Jason Moser discuss some potential winners. Jason Moser: Bank of America CEO Brian Moynihan has noted that consumer spending is 20% higher this year than 2019.

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  • Can This Be a Game-Changer for Netflix?

    Netflix (NASDAQ: NFLX) remains the leader in the industry, surpassing 200 million subscribers as of last year. What does Amblin Entertainment do for Netflix? Amblin Entertainment might sound familiar to readers who enjoy watching films, and that's because it is mega-director Steven Spielberg's entertainment company, producing films such as Jaws and Indiana Jones.

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  • Comcast Says 'Pure Speculation' It's Mulling Bids for ViacomCBS or Roku

    ViacomCBS and Roku are both in the spotlight on a report that Comcast is pondering a bid for one of the companies, even as Comcast calls it "pure speculation."

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  • Is Disney Stock A Buy Right Now As All Parks Reopen, 'Loki' Sets Record?

    Disney stock is trying to rebound after coronavirus closures took a toll. Here's what fundamental and technical analysis says about buying Disney now.

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  • UPDATE 1-Harrison Ford injures shoulder on set of new 'Indiana Jones' movie

    Actor Harrison Ford injured his shoulder while rehearsing for a fight scene for a new "Indiana Jones" movie, Walt Disney Co said on Wednesday. Production of the fifth "Indiana Jones" film will continue while "the appropriate course of treatment is evaluated" for the 78-year-old actor, Disney said in a statement. Disney currently plans for it to debut in July 2022.

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  • Harrison Ford injures shoulder on set of new 'Indiana Jones' movie

    Actor Harrison Ford injured his shoulder while rehearsing for a fight scene for a new "Indiana Jones" movie, Walt Disney Co said on Wednesday. Production of the fifth "Indiana Jones" film will continue while "the appropriate course of treatment is evaluated" for the 78-year-old actor, Disney said in a statement. Disney currently plans for it to debut in July 2022.

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  • Disney: The One Stock I Am Buying and Holding Forever

    In this video, I talk about three reasons Disney (NYSE: DIS) is a must-buy and a stock to own forever. With the parks reopening at close to full capacity, you can expect a great third quarter from Disney. With summer around the corner, we can expect Disney's parks to be full almost every day.

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  • New Antitrust Regulator to Review Amazon’s MGM Deal

    The Federal Trade Commission will review (AMZN) planned takeover of the Hollywood studio MGM. The regulator’s new chair, Lina Khan, has been critical of the online retailer’s size and influence. Amazon announced the $8.5 billion equity and debt deal last month to boost its video streaming capabilities as it competes with (NFLX) and (DIS) MGM’s library includes the James Bond film franchise and television shows such as The Handmaid’s Tale and Vikings.

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  • AMC's New Problem: Not Enough People Are Returning to Theaters

    AMC Entertainment (NYSE: AMC) is counting on movie studios bringing blockbusters to the big screen this summer to get moviegoers back into theater seats. It may not be AMC's fault this is happening, but it doesn't bode well for the company and its investors. Memorial Day was the hoped-for start of the recovery as it has historically held an important place in cinema as the start of the summer blockbuster season.

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  • Is Netflix Stock A Buy Ahead Of Its Second-Quarter Earnings Report?

    Internet television network Netflix has taken a commanding lead in the streaming video market and investors have bid up the company's stock as a result. But is Netflix stock a buy right now?

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  • FTC to review Amazon’s planned $8.45 billion purchase of MGM: report

    The MGM deal, which would greatly expand content on the Amazon Prime Video streaming platform with the James Bond franchise and TV fare like "The Handmaid's Tale," will fall under the purview of the FTC and its new chair, Lina Khan, according to a Wall Street Journal report Tuesday.

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  • Just Take My Money, Disney World

    The world's most-visited theme park resort has unveiled some of its plans for its upcoming 18-month-long 50th birthday celebration.

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  • Disney or Macy's: Which Is Closer to Restarting Dividend Payments?

    Disney and Macy's are probably thanking their lucky stars that business is recovering, but are they ready to restart dividends?

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  • Wolfgang Puck reveals troubled childhood in Disney+ documentary

    Before there was Gordon Ramsay, Anthony Bourdain and Emeril Lagasse, there was Wolfgang Puck.

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  • Netflix Could Raise Prices Again Soon

    Netflix (NASDAQ: NFLX) has seen a massive increase in competition for consumer's couch time over the last couple of years. Media giants like Walt Disney (NYSE: DIS) have invested billions in direct-to-consumer streaming services new and old, while longtime-rival Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZN) also made a step-up in its streaming-content investment in 2020.

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  • Here's Why Disney Will Still Be a Blue Chip Stock 10 Years From Now

    Walt Disney's (NYSE: DIS) illustrious history has made it one of today's most popular blue-chip stocks. The House of Mouse has been delighting its customers for decades and earning their loyalty. Every year, millions of families descend on Disney theme parks around the world.

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