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The Walt Disney Company (DIS)

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107.00-0.09 (-0.08%)
At close: 4:07PM EDT

106.89 -0.11 (-0.10%)
After hours: 5:18PM EDT

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Previous Close107.09
Bid106.31 x 400
Ask106.89 x 100
Day's Range106.90 - 107.54
52 Week Range90.32 - 116.10
Avg. Volume7,091,182
Market Cap167.44B
PE Ratio (TTM)18.66
Earnings DateN/A
Dividend & Yield1.56 (1.46%)
Ex-Dividend Date2017-07-06
1y Target EstN/A
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  • Market Realist2 minutes ago

    Disney’s Extraordinary Achievement

    Walt Disney (DIS) made a $5.5 billion bet on a Mainland China (MCHI)(FXI) theme park—its largest foreign investment.

  • Barrons.com55 minutes ago

    Star Wars Land Could Make Disney's Dreams Come True

    Disney wants to make Disneyland a more attractive destination, and one analyst thinks that could help the company’s stock. On Monday, Guggenheim’s Michael Morris delivered a favorable review of Disney’s plans for further theme-park improvements, which the company announced during a recent park-themed “expo.” In short, he’s encouraged by Disney’s interest in expanding its California assets, a strategy that’s recently helped rival Comcast, which runs Universal Studios parks on both coasts. The company has tended to view Disneyland as more for short-term stays, compared to Disney World in Orlando, Morris argues, but it could see “greater incremental return” by investing out west, where its theme park is less “built-out.” “Extending the length of stay and providing more on-property resort, food and beverage and consumer goods opportunities in California could create additional operating leverage for Disney’s vast content base,” he writes, meaning that the company could generate more profit per dollar of revenue.

  • Despite Comic-Con Hype, Hasbro Unit Selling Disney Toys Had Slow Sales
    Investor's Business Daily1 hour ago

    Despite Comic-Con Hype, Hasbro Unit Selling Disney Toys Had Slow Sales

    The fans may have loved Hasbro at Comic-Con, but shares are sliding Monday after second-quarter revenue narrowly missed estimates.