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|Day's Range||104.08 - 104.98|
|52 Week Range||96.20 - 116.10|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||18.32|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||1.68 (1.60%)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
Walt Disney would likely significantly scale back Fox’s movie studio if the company nails down a deal to buy most of the assets of 21st Century Fox, as part of Chief Executive Robert Iger’s plan to transform ...
The X-Men, Fantastic Four and Avatar don't abide by the Magic Kingdom's rules. Acquiring Fox would solve that.
Comcast, Disney, Fox and Time Warner currently split ownership of Hulu. A sale of some of Fox's assets would simplify ownership and help Hulu gain ground on Netflix.
The news was easy to miss amid Bitcoin mania and merger talk, but last week AT&T announced that DirecTV Now, its one-year-old live internet TV service, had amassed a million subscribers. Netflix (NFLX) long ago established the case for streaming, but one thing the company hasn’t done is live television. The only event that Netflix has ever streamed live—its own quarterly earnings report—was broadcast via YouTube.
If Disney or another suitor buy 21st Century Fox’s international assets, investors are betting U.K. regulators will allow the full acquisition of pay-TV operator Sky.
Will Disney keep Blue Sky should they merge with Fox, or will a rival studio have a shot at a well-respected animation studio?
Rupert Murdoch wants to maximize Disney's stock value post-deal, and pave the way for his son James to take the reins, investor Eric Jackson speculates.
Juenger writes that for Disney to build its own new media assets would give it greater control, but it would cost "many billions" of dollars, spanning years, with the hope that investors would be patient enough to wait for the value being created. Buying assets, by contrast, is a much quicker process that avoids a prolonged decline in earnings--but it too has its problems, namely that Disney has to pay a premium and buy a collection of brands, not all of which make sense for its portfolio. Ultimately, Juenger believes that Disney will need about $1.6 billion in synergies to break-even on an earnings per share basis, and going forward, the focus will be on its multiple.
The biggest prize for Comcast Corp. and Walt Disney Co. in talks for 21st Century Fox Inc.’s assets -- even bigger than the studio that makes the X-Men movies or the network that airs “American Horror ...
Electronic Arts Inc. (NASDAQ:EA) stock is struggling at the moment. The EA stock price has pulled back 16% from late August highs.Source: King of Hearts via Wikimedia (Modified)
Sometimes, when I look at Netflix, Inc. (NASDAQ:NFLX) financials, I wonder why I’m so positive about NFLX stock. Investing 101 says free cash flow is king and yet Netflix has delivered negative FCF for five consecutive years with a sixth less than a month from being in the books. Cumulatively, its negative free cash flow since 2012 is almost $3 billion with more than $2 billion expected in 2017.
A Disney-Fox deal may be more likely to pass the scrutiny of anti-trust laws thanks to growing competition from tech companies.
This week the NFL extended commissioner Roger Goodell's contract through 2024, and some fans aren't happy. Yahoo Finance's Seana Smith, Andy Serwer, Dan Roberts, and Myles Udland discuss the year that was for the NFL.
New York Times columnist James Stewart discusses Disney’s John Lasseter taking a six-month leave following unspecified ‘missteps’, and what it means for investors.