DIS - The Walt Disney Company

NYSE - NYSE Delayed Price. Currency in USD
105.89
-1.26 (-1.18%)
At close: 4:02PM EDT
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Previous Close107.15
Open107.01
Bid105.88 x 800
Ask0.00 x 2200
Day's Range105.79 - 107.25
52 Week Range96.20 - 113.19
Volume7,707,762
Avg. Volume8,770,823
Market Cap157.432B
Beta1.16
PE Ratio (TTM)14.19
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield1.68 (1.54%)
Ex-Dividend Date2017-12-08
1y Target EstN/A
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  • Mark Patricof: Netflix Is a Brand Play
    Bloomberg Video14 hours ago

    Mark Patricof: Netflix Is a Brand Play

    Jun.21 -- Mark Patricof, founder of Patricof Co., and Bloomberg's Sonali Basak discuss recent media mergers, the dominance of Netflix and Patricof's new venture with star athletes. They speak on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Americas."

  • A lot of complexity now in the M&A environment, says Ever...
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  • BTIG's Rich Greenfield on Disney-Comcast bidding war
    CNBC Videos16 hours ago

    BTIG's Rich Greenfield on Disney-Comcast bidding war

    Richard Greenfield, BTIG media and tech analyst, discusses the bidding way between Disney and Comcast over Fox assets.

  • Disney-Comcast battle for Fox intensifies
    CNBC Videos17 hours ago

    Disney-Comcast battle for Fox intensifies

    Michael Nathanson of MoffettNathanson discusses the bidding war between Comcast and Disney to obtain Fox assets.

  • Forbes3 hours ago

    How Disney Used A MIDI Keyboard To Ignite The New Millennium

    Called IllumiNations: Reflections of Earth it launched in October 1999 and has gone on to play more than 6,800 times making it one of Disney’s longest-running shows. As we have reported, it is notable for its stirring score by famed composer Gavin Greenaway but it also has a party trick which can’t be found in any other Disney park worldwide. Illuminations: Reflections of Earth plays in the Epcot park which is split into two sections.

  • MarketWatch4 hours ago

    Little drama at NBA draft, as Phoenix Suns pick Deandre Ayton first overall

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  • Disney willing to divest more Fox assets for deal clearance
    Reuters6 hours ago

    Disney willing to divest more Fox assets for deal clearance

    Disney in a regulatory filing said it was willing to divest the assets, potentially including regional sports networks. The media conglomerate had previously planned to divest Fox assets that generated $500 million in EBITDA. Fox has been in the middle of a bidding war between Disney and Comcast Corp (CMCSA.O), with Disney on Wednesday raising its bid for the bulk of Fox's film and television assets to $71.3 billion.

  • Reuters6 hours ago

    Disney willing to divest more Fox assets for deal clearance

    Disney in a regulatory filing said it was willing to divest the assets, potentially including regional sports networks. The media conglomerate had previously planned to divest Fox assets that generated $500 million in EBITDA. Fox has been in the middle of a bidding war between Disney and Comcast Corp (CMCSA.O), with Disney on Wednesday raising its bid for the bulk of Fox's film and television assets to $71.3 billion.

  • Disney Promises to Double Fox Asset Sales to Win Antitrust Approval
    Bloomberg6 hours ago

    Disney Promises to Double Fox Asset Sales to Win Antitrust Approval

    Walt Disney Co. is prepared to sell off businesses generating as much as $1 billion in cash flow to win regulatory approval of its $71 billion bid to buy 21st Century Fox Inc.’s entertainment assets, it said in a filing Thursday. The promise, made as part of Disney’s improved offer for the assets, is double the $500 million of earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization it initially offered to divest as part of the deal in December. The $1 billion in divestitures could include Fox’s regional sports networks, if the U.S. Department of Justice orders their sale.

  • InvestorPlace6 hours ago

    Netflix’s Competitive Moat Isn’t as Wide as You Think

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  • Motley Fool7 hours ago

    Let the Bidding War Begin

    Comcast’s counterbid be damned, Disney really, really wants those Fox assets -- and it’s willing to pay up to get them.

  • Why You Should Buy Disney (DIS) Stock Right Now
    InvestorPlace9 hours ago

    Why You Should Buy Disney (DIS) Stock Right Now

    Disney (NYSE:DIS) upped the ante to $70 billion in cash and stock for key 21st Century Fox (NASDAQ:FOXA) assets, one week after Comcast (NASDAQ:CMCSA) outbid the company’s initial offer. Shares of Disney jumped over 1% on Wednesday following the news, which means now is a good time to see if Disney stock is worth buying at the moment. It is no secret why Disney wants this Fox deal.

  • Barrons.com12 hours ago

    Media Stocks: Debt, Deal Hopes, and Undead All Take a Toll

    Disney's (DIS) sweetened takeover bid  for 21st Century Fox (FOXA) has soured ratings agency Moody's Investor Service on the media giant's debt.  Moody's placed Disney on review for a downgrade late yesterday, citing the company's major debt load, should it be successful in buying Fox and European satellite TV provider Sky: Moody's pegs the company's debt to earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization ratio around four times if the deal closes, 3.5 times without Sky. Of course, that figure could go higher if  Comcast (CMCSA) ratchets up its own $65 billion offer for Fox and Disney decides to escalate again. Moody's expects that should a ratings downgrade occur, it will be limited to one notch." Needham's Laura Martin expects that Disney will win the day, given that Fox's controlling Murdoch family will vote its 17% economic interest for the deal, which means that only 40% of remaining shareholders need to agree, where as 60% of non-Murdoch shareholders have to vote for the Comcast deal.

  • InvestorPlace12 hours ago

    Why Comcast Faces a Big Risk With Debt Its Fox Deal Will Bring

    Ever since a federal judge approved the mega-merger between AT&T (NYSE:T) and Time Warner (NYSE:TWX), Comcast and Walt Disney Co (NYSE:DIS) have upped the ante in their acquisition pursuits of Twenty-First Century Fox Inc (NASDAQ:FOXA). Comcast rivaled that with a $35 bid last week. This is all great news for Fox.

  • CNBC12 hours ago

    These are the top 10 companies young people want to work at — and what it means

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  • 3 Big Stock Charts for Thursday: JPMorgan Chase, Pfizer and Disney
    InvestorPlace13 hours ago

    3 Big Stock Charts for Thursday: JPMorgan Chase, Pfizer and Disney

    After moving dangerously close to the tipping point on Tuesday, the market got something of a reprieve with Wednesday’s action. FANG stocks Facebook (NASDAQ:FB) and Netflix (NASDAQ:NFLX) both moved to record highs yesterday, pulling the rest of the market up with them.

  • Forbes13 hours ago

    Box Office: 'Incredibles 2' Will Pass 'Incredibles' Today

    Walt Disney and Pixar's Incredibles 2 earned around $19.748 million on its sixth day of domestic release. Barring a massive downturn, it should pass the unadjusted $262 million gross, from 2004, of the original The Incredibles sometime today. If it can earn more than $91m, it'll have the biggest non-chart-topping weekend gross of all time, ahead of the $90m opening weekend of Pixar's Inside Out (which still placed second to Jurassic World's $106m second weekend).

  • Blaster flashes: Disney prop patent may generate more realistic in-park Star Wars battles
    American City Business Journals14 hours ago

    Blaster flashes: Disney prop patent may generate more realistic in-park Star Wars battles

    The Walt Disney Co.'s latest patent push is trying to make daytime shows even more realistic — possibly at its biggest theme park expansion yet. The Burbank, Calif.-based entertainment giant (NYSE: DIS), parent company to Orlando's Walt Disney World, filed a patent for a "theatrical prop for providing repeatable, daylight-viewable muzzle flashes," described as a display with special effects that can be seen in an outdoor entertainment or theatrical setting. Disney is pursuing this concept to overcome an ongoing challenge it faces in outdoor parades and shows in its theme parks, where it's difficult to achieve "lighting-based special effects" during daylight hours, according to the patent document.

  • Benzinga14 hours ago

    Telecom M&A Poses No Near-Term Threat To Netflix, Says Bullish Pivotal Research

    Wlodarczak expects to see another strong result with Netflix's second-quarter report, expected expected July 16 after hours, with the drivers being strong content launches and aggressive marketing. The AT&T Inc. (NYSE: T)–Time Warner (NYSE: TWX) deal could be an opportunity for Netflix to scoop up some talent from the latter, and HBO will likely be weakened as AT&T struggles to blend its vastly different operating cultures, Wlodarczak said.

  • Stock Market News For Jun 21, 2018
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    Stock Market News For Jun 21, 2018

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  • Forbes14 hours ago

    Why 'Solo' Box Office Failure May Have Saved 'Star Wars'

    Collider broke a big exclusive yesterday afternoon (minutes after I left the house to catch up with the delightful Hearts Beat Loud at my local arthouse), claiming that Lucasfilm is putting the brakes on any additional Star Wars Story spinoffs, including James Mangold's Boba Fett flick and Stephen Daldry's Obi-Wan Kenobi movie, after Solo: A Star Wars Story. The ill-advised young Han Solo prequel is a Death Star-sized miss. As much as I wouldn’t want any company panicking and doing a 180 after one flop following three straight $1 billion hits, this is good news for the Star Wars brand.

  • Investor Odey says Sky could be worth as much as 50 billion pounds
    Reuters15 hours ago

    Investor Odey says Sky could be worth as much as 50 billion pounds

    Top-20 Sky (SKYB.L) investor Crispin Odey said he expects the bidding war for the media company to carry on over the summer and that the European broadcaster could be worth as much as 50 billion pounds ($65.5 billion). The pay-TV operator is the subject of rival bids from U.S. peer Comcast Corp (CMCSA.O) and Rupert Murdoch-majority owned Twenty-First Century Fox (FOXA.O), which currently owns a 39 percent stake in Sky but wants to buy it outright. Fox's long standing 10.75 pounds per share offer was trumped by a 12.50 pound per share bid from Comcast in April, valuing Sky at $31 billion.

  • Reuters15 hours ago

    Investor Odey says Sky could be worth as much as 50 billion pounds

    Top-20 Sky investor Crispin Odey said he expects the bidding war for the media company to carry on over the summer and that the European broadcaster could be worth as much as 50 billion pounds ($65.5 billion). The pay-TV operator is the subject of rival bids from U.S. peer Comcast Corp and Rupert Murdoch-majority owned Twenty-First Century Fox, which currently owns a 39 percent stake in Sky but wants to buy it outright. Fox's long standing 10.75 pounds per share offer was trumped by a 12.50 pound per share bid from Comcast in April, valuing Sky at $31 billion.

  • Is Disney's Counter Bid Paving the Way for Media Consolidation?
    Zacks16 hours ago

    Is Disney's Counter Bid Paving the Way for Media Consolidation?

    Broadcasters are trying to expand their international presence and acquisition seems to be the best weapon.

  • Will Big Media's M&A Binge Derail Netflix?
    Motley Fool17 hours ago

    Will Big Media's M&A Binge Derail Netflix?

    Big media is getting even bigger in a bid to take on Netflix and other streaming services. Will it work?