|Bid||56.55 x 1000|
|Ask||67.00 x 800|
|Day's Range||64.38 - 65.95|
|52 Week Range||46.89 - 69.02|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||8.49|
|Earnings Date||Aug 1, 2018 - Aug 6, 2018|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||61.63|
Jun.21 -- AMC Networks President and Chief Executive Officer Josh Sapan speaks with Bloomberg's Emma Chandra at the Bloomberg Breakaway CEO Summit in New York.
AMC Networks President and Chief Executive Officer Josh Sapan speaks with Bloomberg's Emma Chandra at the Bloomberg Breakaway CEO Summit in New York. (Source: Bloomberg)
Investors are holding “false hope of a takeout” for AMC Networks Inc. (NASDAQ: AMCX), Bernstein analyst Todd Juenger said in a scathing note Thursday. Shares of AMC are up 12.4 percent this year — and up 13.6 percent since the favorable AT&T Inc. (NYSE: T)–Time Warner Inc. (NYSE: TWX) ruling June 12. “This re-rating has been driven entirely by acquisition premium,” said Juenger.
Disney's (DIS) sweetened takeover bid for 21st Century Fox (FOXA) has soured ratings agency Moody's Investor Service on the media giant's debt. Moody's placed Disney on review for a downgrade late yesterday, citing the company's major debt load, should it be successful in buying Fox and European satellite TV provider Sky: Moody's pegs the company's debt to earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization ratio around four times if the deal closes, 3.5 times without Sky. Of course, that figure could go higher if Comcast (CMCSA) ratchets up its own $65 billion offer for Fox and Disney decides to escalate again. Moody's expects that should a ratings downgrade occur, it will be limited to one notch." Needham's Laura Martin expects that Disney will win the day, given that Fox's controlling Murdoch family will vote its 17% economic interest for the deal, which means that only 40% of remaining shareholders need to agree, where as 60% of non-Murdoch shareholders have to vote for the Comcast deal.
Fans of The Walking Dead have been buzzing about reports that not only has Jon Bernthal been spotted hanging with the cast in Georgia, but rumor has it that he’s also set to appear in season 9 in some capacity as well. Shane will show up in a flashback. Shane will show up in a hallucination.
What was just guessing a few days ago when Jon Bernthal was spotted hanging with his former Walking Dead castmates in Georgia now appears to be a reality. Not only is Bernthal apparently returning to The Walking Dead as Shane in some capacity, but AMC is reportedly also taking the opportunity to announce this fact at Comic-Con by having him be a part of the Walking Dead panel there, according to Deadline. Though my sources are telling me that this is purely speculative on Deadline's part, so who knows. Bernthal has gone on to do great things after his two season tenure on The Walking Dead, most recently with a starring role as Frank Castle in Netflix’s Punisher series, which I have to assume will also have a presence at Comic-Con.
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The Walking Dead may be losing a few old favorites in season 9 as cast members leave for greener pastures, but at least one old favorite may actually be returning. None other than Jon Berthnal has been spotted around the Georgia near set of The Walking Dead. Bernthal played Shane, Rick’s best friend/arch-rival who was killed off in season 2.
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Thanks to AT&T and Time Warner, media stocks are having their best week in three years. Discovery and Lions Gate are gaining more than 5 percent, while other takeover targets -- like AMC Networks Inc. -- are pacing smaller gains, as much as 2.2 percent intraday. AMC has grown its production arm and has garnered a leading position with key demographic groups through modest acquisition.
AMC Networks Inc. is at a 52-week high, but can investors hope for more gains in the future? We take a look at the fundamentals for AMCX for clues.
Dolby (DLB) inks agreements with Odeon Cinemas Group and Kinopolis to deploy Dolby Cinema portfolio in the U.K. and Germany, as well as reveals plan for similar moves in France.
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AMC Networks Inc. said Wednesday it was increasing its stock repurchase program by $500 million, or 50%. Based on Tuesday's stock closing price of $61.64, the authorization would represent about 24.3 million shares, or about 42% of the shares outstanding.
NEW YORK, June 13, 2018-- AMC Networks Inc. today announced that its board of directors has approved an increase of $500 million to its previously announced program to repurchase its outstanding shares ...
Fear the Walking Dead fans are mourning yet another major death, losing key cast members now in both episode three and now the midseason finale of season 4. You may not agree with their explanation or rationale, but you will want to read it all the same.
It only took three and a half seasons, and Fear the Walking Dead managed to kill off the entire Manawa family, Liza, Chris and Travis, but now also two-thirds of the Clark family, Nick and as of last night, Madison. The show has literally killed off 83% of the two families that made up its core cast, and in season 3, now only has two characters that began the show in season 1, Strand and Alicia, the last remaining Clark. While it was being strongly hinted at that Madison was dead for the duration of this season, as it was driving the revenge of Nick, Alicia, Strand and Luciana, it seemed likely that this might end up in some sort of misdirection.
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The Walking Dead may live on for many more years to come, but it’s not clear how much of its fanbase will remain to witness it. This week has been a tipping point for the show for many fans (spoilers follow), with news that Andrew Lincoln is almost certainly departing the show after or during season 9, and The Walking Dead will be forced to continue on without both Rick and Carl Grimes, an almost unthinkable notion. From Twitter and Facebook to reddit and article comments, fans are livid, exhausting, furious, frustrated about what’s happening to the show.
Fear contorted itself with a massive time jump in order to make a crossover from The Walking Dead’s Morgan Jones make sense. While I thought filling in the year plus gap between the end of season 3 and the beginning of season 4 would be a key part of the story, instead that was simply summarized in a few sentences by Strand an episode or so ago, and season 4 has been about filling in a different sort of gap, the one between the Fear crew’s baseball stadium hideout and the arrival of Morgan, Al and John Dorie, after everything has gone to hell. The implication of all of season 4 so far has been that the Vultures killed Madison in some unspecified way, causing Nick, Alicia and company to be beyond livid with the two brothers, attempting (and recently succeeding) in killing them on sight.