|Bid||56.55 x 800|
|Ask||59.50 x 800|
|Day's Range||57.00 - 57.89|
|52 Week Range||46.89 - 67.44|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||8.00|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
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Leon Cooperman, chairman and CEO of Omega Advisors, believes Facebook shares are attractively valued. Facebook has "a fortress balance sheet. "A lot of these FANG stocks with the exception of Amazon support very very reasonable valuations relative to their growth rates," he said.
Deadpool and his foul-mouthed crew of misfits and malcontents have taken down the Avengers. Fox's "Deadpool 2" brought in $125 million this weekend, giving it the second-highest opening ever ...
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After a not-so-great installment of Fear the Walking Dead last week, the spin-off has totally redeemed itself with what could be my favorite episode of the season so far, and possibly one of the best of the series. The episode was entirely focused on new season 4 character John Dorie, played by Garret Dillahunt, and his relationship with Laura, played by Jenna Elfman, and know to other members of the group as Naomi. Last week, we learned that the entire time Laura has been Naomi, who the Clark group saved in episode two, after she had first met John.
Booking Holdings and AMC Networks both overperformed, but the real news on Wall Street is where Washington's corporate tax-cut largesse is going.
Maggie fans were celebrating when actress Lauren Cohan managed to work out a deal to return in season 9 of The Walking Dead after negotiations had stalled for a good long while. It seemed almost necessary given the ending of season 8, where Maggie conspires with Daryl and Jesus to go against Rick’s wishes and kill Negan as revenge for Glenn. When Cohan was unhappy with her Walking Dead offers, she was actively being pursued by other networks, and actually attached herself to a new ABC show called Whiskey Cavalier where she plays a CIA agent opposite Scandal’s Scott Foley.
Steady as she goes, the TV content producer posted growth across the board and expects more of the same for the rest of 2018.
On a per-share basis, the New York-based company said it had profit of $2.54. Earnings, adjusted for amortization costs, came to $2.65 per share. The results topped Wall Street expectations. The average ...
Shares of AMC Networks Inc. were indicated up nearly 3% in premarket trade Thursday, after cable TV station operator reported first-quarter profit and sales that rose well above expectations. Net income ...
Although various micro and macro issues have overshadowed the current reporting cycle to an extent, it is on track to record one of the best quarterly performance.
Another week, another period of time to process the latest horrifying death in The Walking Dead, this time, in Fear the Walking Dead, the spin-off that takes the place of the original when it’s off the air. Soon, there will likely be third show in the Walking Dead Cinematic Universe which yes, is determined to become a thing under the leadership of Scott Gimple. While it’s a show that has killed major characters, it has left an enormous portion of the cast alive since the beginning, and some characters are indeed “perma-safe,” Jon, Dany, Arya, Tyrion and so on.
The Walking Dead loves introducing us to new groups where something is “off” about them, and that’s certainly been the case for the recent comic storyline about the Commonwealth, an arc that probably won’t make its way to the TV show for several years, but it’s always fun to “read ahead,” as it were. The Commonwealth is a massive community 50,000 people strong that Eugene originally makes contact with via radio. The most recent issue of the comics spelled out what is “off” about the Commonwealth.
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Last night brought with it a truly shocking death, one that really bothers me, and one that because of the way it was done, is actually the oddest kill in Walking Dead history, both across The Walking Dead and Fear the Walking Dead. The episode, not a midseason or season finale, ends with the death of Nick Clark, one of the core Clark family members with Madison and Alicia, and someone I thought was an untouchable character, at least for a good long while. The entire episode is based around Morgan telling Nick not to seek out revenge, as it will consume him, yet when Nick sees a member of the Vultures, he chases after him, murders him, but then is subsequently shot in the chest by Charlie, the young girl who originally infiltrated their camp to sabotage it for the Vultures.
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LOS ANGELES, April 27 (Reuters) - "Avatar" director James Cameron's latest project takes audiences back to the humble beginnings of science fiction movies, long before films like "Star Wars" sold billions of dollars worth of tickets and dominated popular culture. In a six-part documentary series that debuts on U.S. cable network AMC on Monday, Cameron explores the B-movies of the 1950s, space and alien films of the 1960s, and post-apocalyptic thrillers of the 1970s. While many are now considered classics, including Stanley Kubrick's "2001: A Space Odyssey" from 1968, Cameron said Hollywood executives at the time showed little interest in a genre that rarely yielded big box office returns.
The Walking Dead and actress Lauren Cohan have finally reached a deal to get Maggie to return for season 9. But how long will she stay?
Within the next couple of weeks, the majority of TV network stocks will be reporting first-quarter earnings. Earnings season is always important for investors, but KeyBanc analyst Andy Hargreaves is expecting ...
LOS ANGELES (AP) — It's another weekend of buzz versus pure star power at the box office as the word of mouth sensation "A Quiet Place" finds itself neck-and-neck again with Dwayne Johnson's "Rampage." This time buzz had the slight advantage.