|Bid||42.71 x 1200|
|Ask||42.72 x 2300|
|Day's Range||42.15 - 42.92|
|52 Week Range||34.78 - 42.92|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||20.52|
|Earnings Date||Jan 24, 2018|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.63 (1.48%)|
|1y Target Est||46.29|
Megyn Kelly took a moment Monday on her "Today" show to respond to Jane Fonda, who used the NBC host and journalist as a punchline over the weekend. Speaking with Hoda Kotb and Savannah Guthrie on "Today" last week to promote a new documentary on her, Fonda joked with "Frankie & Grace" co-star Lily Tomlin about an awkward moment she shared with Kelly in the debut week of Kelly's show. Kotb asked how long Tomlin and Fonda knew each other.
A company can live or die by its reputation. Year after year, the vast majority of familiar companies and brands maintain — or build — their bond with the American consumer by offering dependable products ...
Today, Comcast released the findings from a recent economic impact study conducted by ECONorthwest. Comcast’s business operations generated $528 million in annual economic impact and directly supported 1,914 jobs in Oregon, as well as 1,221 jobs created indirectly, according to the study.
Expansion of theme park business, opening of multiple resorts, studios and other attractions are likely to drive Comcast's (CMCSA) NBC Universal segment.
NEW YORK, Jan. 22, 2018-- In new independent research reports released early this morning, Fundamental Markets released its latest key findings for all current investors, traders, and shareholders of Viacom ...
Twenty-First Century Fox (FOXA) (or Fox) has been decreasing its borrowings in the last five years. It raised its debt $918 million in fiscal 2017, a 28% YoY (year-over-year) fall, which clearly indicates that Fox has changed its policy of raising its debt in the last year. The proposed merger agreement with The Walt Disney Company (DIS) could be the reason for such a decline in borrowing.
Certain Walt Disney (DIS) properties, especially television operations, are cutting jobs as part of restructuring efforts that may be meant to help the company whittle down costs and realign its resources. Disney’s ABC Television Group is said to be quietly laying off workers at its television stations, production studio, and cable networks, with operational areas expected to be most impacted by the layoffs. As ABC quietly adjusts its workforce, ESPN—Disney’s other media asset—announced in November that it was eliminating roughly 150 jobs.
A boost in investment in U.S. manufacturing is possible, but far from assured. More tangibly, especially for tech companies, tax cuts will boost dividends, buybacks, and mergers and acquisitions, all of which may boost stock prices. For example, Apple (AAPL), which may have the most to gain from tax cuts, with $252 billion in cash overseas, doesn’t have many places to invest that will demonstrably boost its financial results.
AT&T (T.N), owner of DirecTV, is asking for documents from a long list of companies as part of preparation for a trial to determine if they will be allowed to buy movie and TV show maker Time Warner (TWX.N), their lawyer Daniel Petrocelli said in a pre-trial hearing on Friday. The Justice Department sued in November to stop AT&T, the No. 2 U.S. wireless company, from buying Time Warner for $85 billion because of concerns that it could raise prices for rivals and pay-TV subscribers as well as hamper the development of online video. Daniel Petrocelli, who represents AT&T and Time Warner, said that his team had been unable to get data requested from third parties, who had said they no longer had some of it.
On Aug 17, 2017, Comcast Corp. (CMCSA) completed the nationwide rollout of its wireless services under the Xfinity Mobile brand.
Treasury yields are creeping up, with the 10-year at its highest level in almost a year. Add to that a potential government shutdown this weekend, and it’s not hard to see equity markets becoming rattled — or at least more cautious. Notably, international subscribers now exceed the domestic total and should drive growth for years to come.
Comcast's (CMCSA) growth prospects from the rollout of DOCSIS 3.1 technology and wireless venture look impressive. However, competition posed by online video streaming providers is a woe.
On Thursday, Nomura Instinet downgraded Comcast Corporation (NASDAQ:CMCSA) from a “Buy” to “Neutral” on concerns that its growth was about to hit a major headwind. Namely, Comcast is dealing with a “narrowing runway” that will ultimately prove to be a drag on CMCSA stock, as competitors drive deeper into the company’s core-but-commoditized markets.
Despite a big drop for NFL regular-season viewership during the calendar year 2017, the league — and sports overall — still dominated the TV landscape. Among the 100 most-viewed shows on TV in 2017, 81 were sports telecasts, which is down from 88 in 2016. Only two scripted TV episodes were in the top 100 in 2016, whereas nine made the list in 2017.
One analyst downgraded Comcast while another hiked its price target but both agree acquisitions are a wild card.
When Comcast launched their wireless service Xfinity Mobile last spring, there was one catch that likely turned away some potential customers — you had to buy a new phone, from them, to take advantage of it. As part of the first BYOD offering, just customers with select iPhones that are unlocked (which means you have to have paid off both the phone and any balance with your current carrier) can bring them to Xfinity Mobile.