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The Liberty Media Group (LMCA)


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Previous Close 29.66
Open 0.00
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Day's Range 29.09 - 30.29
52 Week Range 17.72 - 33.28
Volume 332,395
Avg. Volume 342,989
Market Cap 10.07B
Beta N/A
PE Ratio (TTM) 159.26
EPS (TTM) 0.19
Earnings Date Feb 28, 2017
Dividend & Yield N/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend Date N/A
1y Target Est N/A
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  • GuruFocus.com 6 days ago

    Longleaf Partners Small-Cap Fund Comments on Liberty Media Corp

    Guru stock highlight

  • Forbes 12 days ago

    Who Really Controls Liberty Media Corporation?

    Billionaire John Malone is nicknamed 'Darth Vader' for his iron grip on deals done by Liberty Media Corporation, the Nasdaq-listed company he chairs and is thought to control. However, its recent acquisition of Formula One auto racing has revealed that he isn't actually in the driving seat at all.

  • MarketWatch 13 days ago

    How you can get a better deal than Warren Buffett on Sirius XM shares

    You can buy a cheaper tracking stock set up by Liberty Media’s John Malone, writes Michael Brush.

  • Forbes last month

    Exclusive: Formula One Group Doesn't Own F1's Commercial Rights

    Stockholders in The Formula One Group may think they are getting a stake in the famous auto racing series but actually that is far from the case. The group is not a legal entity and has no direct claim to F1's lucrative commercial rights which can be sold without any approval from stockholders.

  • Reuters last month

    Motor racing-Silverstone upbeat after F1 ownership change

    The owners of British Grand Prix circuit Silverstone are confident Liberty Media's takeover of Formula One will give them room to make a profit and stay on the calendar. British Racing Drivers' Club (BRDC) president Derek Warwick told Sky Sports television he was "very positive now about the future". The BRDC owns the former World War Two airfield that hosted Formula One's first world championship race in 1950 and has a contract to 2026.

  • Verizon Said to Approach Liberty About Charter Deal
    Bloomberg Video last month

    Verizon Said to Approach Liberty About Charter Deal

    Jan.26 -- Verizon Communications CEO Lowell McAdam approached Liberty Media CEO Greg Maffei about a possible combination with Liberty’s Charter Communications. Bloomberg’s Gerry Smith reports on “Bloomberg Markets.”

  • Expanding Formula 1 racing to its full potential: CEO
    CNBC Videos last month

    Expanding Formula 1 racing to its full potential: CEO

    Chase Carey, Formula 1 CEO, talks about growing the sport of auto racing in the U.S.

  • Liberty Media CEO: 5G reality check
    CNBC Videos last month

    Liberty Media CEO: 5G reality check

    Gregory Maffei, Liberty Media Corporation CEO, provides his thoughts on building out a 5G network, and whether the AT&T-Time Warner deal gets done.