|Bid||146.35 x 800|
|Ask||146.40 x 1200|
|Day's Range||146.31 - 147.80|
|52 Week Range||100.35 - 153.41|
|Beta (5Y Monthly)||1.02|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||22.05|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||1.76 (1.19%)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
CEO Bob Iger accomplished quite a lot in 2019 — from acquiring Fox for $71 billion to launching Disney+, but the CEO could face challenges heading into 2020. Yahoo Finance's Alexandra Canal breaks it down. Zack Guzman & Emily McCormick, along with former 'Bachelorette' star Jason Tartick join in on the conversation.
For the fiscal year ended in September, operating income for parks, experiences, and products, as Disney calls the unit, rose 11%, to $6.76 billion. Wall Street expects income for the unit to approach $10 billion by the company’s fiscal year through September 2024.
Shares of Walt Disney Co (NYSE: DIS) are up more than 34% this year and are finishing 2019 on a strong note following a successful Disney+ streaming service launch in November. Benzinga Pro subscribers received notable option alerts Friday related to unusually large trades of Disney options. At 11:39 a.m., 1,650 Disney put options were purchased $170 strike price expiring on March 20 at the ask price of $23.31.
It's difficult to lock down the absolute best stocks to buy for any year - but 2020 could be particularly challenging.For one, 2019's run-up has lifted stocks to sky-high prices only seen a handful of times in history. Also, the global economy is starting the year at a potential inflection point - growth has been weakening for months, but signals of a turnaround are starting to pop up. And the 2020 presidential cycle is almost certain to cause headaches for a number of politics-sensitive sectors.The year ahead could be every bit as volatile as 2019, if not moreso. Thus, the best stocks for 2020 will need to have not just decent-to-robust growth prospects, but a little durability too. That's quite the needle to thread ... but several companies do fit that bill.Here are the 20 best stocks to buy for 2020, rain or shine. A few of these possess typical defensive characteristics such as recession-resistant businesses and/or high dividend yields. A few possess qualities that could protect them from 2020-specific dangers, such as trade turbulence or the upcoming presidential elections. But all of them merit a place in most stock portfolios in the coming year. SEE ALSO: 20 Dividend Stocks to Fund 20 Years of Retirement
In a new ad, the global entertainment behemoth and its ad agency of record for theme park tap into the enduring power of one magical moment at Disney World.
On the west side of Walt Disney World lies Flamingo Crossings, the theme park giant’s master-planned mixed-use center — and now Disney is sharing more details on new tenants and plans for more additional amenities that are in the works.
Atlanta's fast-food giant will stay on as title sponsor of the Peach Bowl with a new agreement on the horizon.
Streaming has changed how consumers watch television. It's also changing how they see ads on the platforms that include them. Hulu, which is controlled by The Walt Disney Co. (NYSE: DIS), has launched binge-friendly ads with irreverent messaging and a treat for viewers who watch three episodes in a row.
Shares of Amazon (AMZN) have slipped 6% in the past six months, while the S&P 500 climbed 9%. So when will Wall Street and investors start to think about buying Amazon stock again?
Given the huge success of Disney's streaming service, investors could tap the opportune moment with consumer ETFs having the largest exposure to this global media and entertainment company.
A November property sale near Walt Disney World's Animal Kingdom accelerated a mixed-use development near the theme park. Maitland-based developer Equinox Development Properties Inc.'s WaterStar Orlando LLC paid $5 million for roughly 6 acres that will be part of the larger WaterStar development, according to Orange County records. An entity related to Burbank, California-based Walt Disney Co. (NYSE: DIS) was the seller.
After a magical two-decade tenure at Walt Disney Co (NYSE: DIS), CEO Bob Iger earned his wings. In the last year, Iger grew Disney’s production, distribution and financial capacity with various developments and acquisitions. First, he led Disney to acquire Twenty-First Century Fox to secure National Geographic, FX and the remaining stake in Hulu, among other assets.
Disney+ downloads passed 22 million on mobile devices, the independently owned app-tracking company Apptopia announced Tuesday.
The streaming service, which made its debut Nov. 12, has been downloaded 22 million times to mobile devices in what is probably the most-successful launch in the nascent industry’s history, according to app-tracking firm Apptopia.