DIS.MX - The Walt Disney Company

Mexico - Mexico Delayed Price. Currency in MXN
2,018.00
-52.00 (-2.51%)
At close: 2:59PM CDT
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Previous Close2,070.00
Open2,030.00
Bid0.00 x 100000
Ask0.00 x 100000
Day's Range2,018.00 - 2,055.00
52 Week Range1,704.50 - 2,200.00
Volume405
Avg. Volume6,072
Market Cap2.992T
Beta0.14
PE Ratio (TTM)287.83
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield32.41 (1.78%)
Ex-Dividend Date2017-12-08
1y Target EstN/A
  • Comcast closing in on plan to challenge Disney’s Fox bid
    TechCrunch17 hours ago

    Comcast closing in on plan to challenge Disney’s Fox bid

    Seems Disney might not be able to waltz into a 21st Century Fox acquisition,

  • The Wall Street Journal35 minutes ago

    [$$] Sky Takeover Explained

    British pay-TV group Sky has become the target of a bidding war involving some of the world’s largest media companies. Here, the potential multibillion dollar deal is explained, with details of the interested ...

  • The Wall Street Journal5 hours ago

    [$$] ABC’s Bruce Rosenblum to Exit Disney Amid Restructuring

    Bruce Rosenblum is exiting as president of business operations for the Disney/ABC Television Group after less than two years in the position. The departure comes two months after parent company Walt Disney Co. reorganized its operations, a move that resulted in Mr. Rosenblum losing key areas of responsibility including oversight of advertising sales, distribution and digital-media strategy for the unit. In a memo to staff Wednesday, Mr. Rosenblum’s boss, Disney/ABC TV Group President Ben Sherwood, said the two had discussions about other roles with Disney, but that Mr. Rosenblum has opted to depart at the end of the month.

  • The Wall Street Journal5 hours ago

    [$$] Comcast Goes Public on Plan for Fox Bid to Challenge Disney

    Comcast Corp. is escalating its threat to disrupt Walt Disney Co.’s megadeal to buy the bulk of 21st Century Fox Inc.’s assets, a potential move that could reshape the power structure in the entertainment industry. Comcast said on Wednesday it is in advanced stages of preparing a cash offer that would top Disney’s all-stock, $52.4 billion deal for Fox’s entertainment businesses. One major Fox shareholder is also urging the company to engage with Comcast, adding pressure as the cable giant gets ready to appeal directly to Fox shareholders.

  • Reuters10 hours ago

    Comcast prepares to top Disney's $50 bln offer for Fox

    Comcast Corp confirmed on Wednesday it was preparing a higher, all-cash offer for most of the media assets of Twenty-First Century Fox, setting up a bidding war with rival Walt Disney Co, which already has agreed to a $52-billion deal with Fox. The largest U.S. cable operator said it was in advanced stages of readying a bid that would be superior to Disney's all-stock offer. "While no final decision has been made, at this point the work to finance the all-cash offer and make the key regulatory filings is well advanced," Comcast said in a statement.

  • ESPN swipes UFC rights from Fox
    American City Business Journals11 hours ago

    ESPN swipes UFC rights from Fox

    ESPN has finalized its multi-platform, multiyear deal with UFC, and the package is even bigger than previously announced, securing exclusive digital and television rights.

  • TheStreet.com12 hours ago

    Stocks Finish Higher After Release of Fed Minutes

    Stock reversed earlier losses on Wednesday and finished slightly higher after the Federal Open Market Committee released minutes from its May meeting. Stocks fell earlier in the day after comments from President Donald Trump that cast doubt on a planned nuclear summit with North Korea and ongoing trade talks with China. Trump told reporters in Washington there was a "substantial chance" his June 12 meeting in Singapore with North Korea's Kim Jong Un may not take place, given the change in tone the regime has displayed since criticizing a joint U.S.-South Korea military exercise last week.

  • Comcast to Target Fox Investors in Push to Outbid Disney
    Bloomberg13 hours ago

    Comcast to Target Fox Investors in Push to Outbid Disney

    Comcast Corp. will approach 21st Century Fox Inc. shareholders as soon as this week to discuss its plan to snatch away the media company’s trove of entertainment properties from rival suitor Walt Disney Co., according to a person briefed on the matter. The cable giant also has told the Justice Department about its interest in the Fox assets, an early step in addressing antitrust concerns about a potential transaction, according to the person, who asked not to be identified because the deliberations are private. Comcast is laying the groundwork for a deal after confirming its desire to outbid Disney for the Fox operations, which represent most of that company’s entertainment holdings.

  • Hulu poaches executives from Netflix, Samsung for marketing teams
    American City Business Journals14 hours ago

    Hulu poaches executives from Netflix, Samsung for marketing teams

    The streaming service has hired two new vice presidents to help evolve and drive Hulu’s overall marketing strategy.

  • Forbes16 hours ago

    'Star Wars' Box Office: How Low Is Too Low For 'Solo'?

    Tomorrow night brings us the debut of Walt Disney's Solo: A Star Wars Story. The prerelease tracking for the Alden Ehrenreich/Emilia Clarke/Donald Glover/Woody Harrelson prequel has gone from a $160 million-$170 million Fri-Mon weekend (which would be just above the $153m debut of Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End in 2007) to something closer to $150m, or maybe as "little" as $135m over the holiday. Tracking is not an exact science, but an opening weekend comparable to Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales (which was tracking at $90m but ended up with $77m last Memorial Day weekend) still gets Solo to a $136m-$145m Fri-Mon weekend.

  • Comcast bid for Fox
    Yahoo Finance Video11 hours ago

    Comcast bid for Fox

    Comcast - now confirming its in in advanced states of prepping a 'superior' all-cash bid for Fox assets that Disney had already made a deal.