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Viacom, Inc. (VIAB)


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Previous Close39.80
Open40.02
Bid39.95 x 200
Ask39.97 x 100
Day's Range39.56 - 40.02
52 Week Range30.11 - 47.47
Volume923,826
Avg. Volume3,856,261
Market Cap15.92B
Beta1.68
PE Ratio (TTM)7.63
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateN/A
Dividend & Yield0.80 (2.01%)
Ex-Dividend DateN/A
1y Target EstN/A
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  • Reuters10 hours ago

    China extends Hollywood push with $1 billion Paramount investment

    Viacom Inc's Paramount Pictures will receive a $1 billion cash investment from two Chinese film companies, Shanghai Film Group (SFG) and Huahua Media, giving the U.S. studio much-needed cash and support as it attempts to grow. As part of the agreement, SFG and Huahua Media will finance a combined 25 percent of all of Paramount's films for the next three years, with the option to extend to a fourth year, a source familiar with the situation said. The deal comes as parent company Viacom focuses on a turnaround plan under new Chief Executive Officer Bob Bakish.

  • The Wall Street Journal11 hours ago

    [$$] Paramount Pictures Gets a $1 Billion Infusion from China

    A $1 billion financing deal with two Chinese firms promises Viacom Inc.’s struggling Paramount Pictures some much-needed funds and a foothold in the world’s second-largest box-office market.

  • Reuters15 hours ago

    Paramount Pictures in $1 bln deal with China film companies

    Viacom Inc's Paramount Pictures will receive a $1 billion cash investment from two Chinese film companies, Shanghai Film Group and Huahua Media, giving the U.S. studio needed cash and stability as it attempts to grow. As part of the agreement, Shanghai Film Group and Huahua Media will finance a combined 25 percent of all Paramount's films for the next three years, with the option to extend it to a fourth year, according to a source familiar with the situation.