FOXA - Twenty-First Century Fox, Inc.

NasdaqGS - NasdaqGS Real Time Price. Currency in USD
46.65
-0.06 (-0.13%)
As of 12:10PM EDT. Market open.
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Previous Close46.71
Open46.45
Bid46.68 x 1300
Ask46.69 x 2200
Day's Range46.39 - 46.89
52 Week Range24.81 - 50.15
Volume3,513,460
Avg. Volume14,368,623
Market Cap86.132B
Beta1.21
PE Ratio (TTM)21.57
EPS (TTM)2.16
Earnings DateAug 7, 2018 - Aug 13, 2018
Forward Dividend & Yield0.36 (0.73%)
Ex-Dividend Date2018-03-13
1y Target Est46.26
Trade prices are not sourced from all markets
  • Comcast highly unlikely to counter for Fox assets
    CNBC Videosyesterday

    Comcast highly unlikely to counter for Fox assets

    CNBC's David Faber reports sources are indicating it is highly unlikely Comcast will make a counteroffer for Twenty-First Century Fox but will remain focused on Sky.

  • Netflix shares take hit as subscriber slip hints at 'lumpy' road ahead
    Reuters20 minutes ago

    Netflix shares take hit as subscriber slip hints at 'lumpy' road ahead

    While Wall Street remains overwhelmingly positive on Netflix and its role in video streaming globally, the second quarter figures did raise question marks over future growth and six brokerages cut their price targets on the company's shares. "The quarter is a reminder that Netflix's cadence of net adds is not linear, but lumpy in nature," said Justin Patterson, an analyst with Raymond James and Associates in San Francisco, while pointing to the absence of a new hit series as a driver.

  • Are Fox Assets Key to Success for Disney and Comcast?
    Market Realist2 hours ago

    Are Fox Assets Key to Success for Disney and Comcast?

    Two entertainment giants, Walt Disney (DIS) and Comcast (CMCSA), are fighting over the assets of Twenty-First Century Fox (FOXA). Those assets include a 39% stake in London-based Internet service provider Sky. Fox and Comcast are both looking to acquire a 61% stake in Sky.

  • The Probable Buyers for Fox’s Regional Sports Assets
    Market Realist3 hours ago

    The Probable Buyers for Fox’s Regional Sports Assets

    The Walt Disney Company (DIS) is set to acquire most of the media and entertainment assets of Twenty-First Century Fox (FOXA). Disney’s half cash and half stock offer values Fox at $71.3 billion, which is better than Comcast’s (CMCSA) all-cash $65 billion proposal made last month just a few weeks before Disney’s bid.

  • Could Comcast’s Planned Higher Bid for Fox Hurt Its Credit Score?
    Market Realist5 hours ago

    Could Comcast’s Planned Higher Bid for Fox Hurt Its Credit Score?

    Last month, the board of Twenty-First Century Fox (FOXA) decided to go ahead with the Walt Disney Company’s (DIS) deal to sell most of its media and entertainment assets for $71.3 billion. The move has put rival bidder Comcast (CMCSA) under pressure to either hike its bid or move away from the deal. Disney initially made an all-stock bid of $52.4 billion in December 2017 and then raised its offer to $71.3 billion in cash and stock on June 20.

  • Murdoch Scores Another Win as Rival Sinclair Deal Imperiled
    Bloomberg16 hours ago

    Murdoch Scores Another Win as Rival Sinclair Deal Imperiled

    The 21st Century Fox Inc. chairman stands to be a big winner after rival Sinclair Broadcast Group Inc.’s plan to buy Tribune Media Co. was thrown into jeopardy on Monday. Ajit Pai, the chairman of the Federal Communications Commission, questioned the legality of the deal and proposed a hearing that could kill it. The sudden setback for Sinclair is the latest evidence of Murdoch enjoying a hot streak in the nation’s capital.

  • Associated Press19 hours ago

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  • Why Are Comcast Corporation Shares Down 18% in 2018?
    Motley Fool22 hours ago

    Why Are Comcast Corporation Shares Down 18% in 2018?

    The company looks to have lost out on a major prize.

  • Disney Spells It Out: Fox Might Not Increase Its Bid for Sky
    Bloomberg22 hours ago

    Disney Spells It Out: Fox Might Not Increase Its Bid for Sky

    For the first time, Walt Disney Co. spelled out for investors that 21st Century Fox Inc. may choose not to increase its takeover offer for British broadcaster Sky Plc. The revelation boosted speculation that Disney and Comcast Corp. may carve up Rupert Murdoch’s media empire, with Comcast possibly taking control of U.K. pay-TV operator Sky while Disney acquires Fox’s media assets. “There’s a perfectly logical scenario where Disney gets Fox and now Comcast gets Sky, simply because the consequences of paying a huge amount for companies are very unpleasant,” said Claire Enders, founder of media research firm Enders Analysis, by phone.

  • Fox shares drop as prospects of new Comcast bid fade
    Reutersyesterday

    Fox shares drop as prospects of new Comcast bid fade

    Disney fended off Comcast's $66 billion all-cash challenge to its deal for the Fox assets last month by sweetening its offer to $71 billion in cash-and-stock. Time is running out for Comcast to come back with a new offer, with Fox shareholders scheduled to vote on the Disney deal on July 27.

  • How Comcast Is Clearing the Way to Win Fox Assets from Disney
    Market Realistyesterday

    How Comcast Is Clearing the Way to Win Fox Assets from Disney

    Last month, the Walt Disney Company (DIS) received federal approval from US regulators to buy a majority of the media and entertainment assets of Twenty-First Century Fox (FOXA) for $71.3 billion. Disney’s deal with Fox has raised concerns for Comcast (CMCSA), which wants Fox assets in order to fight streaming giants Netflix (NFLX) and Amazon (AMZN).

  • Comcast unlikely to raise Fox bid; focused on Sky: Sources
    CNBCyesterday

    Comcast unlikely to raise Fox bid; focused on Sky: Sources

    Sources tell CNBC's David Faber that Comcast is focused on its bidding for Sky, which is 39 percent owned by Fox.

  • How Are Sky Shareholders Gaining from the Bidding War?
    Market Realistyesterday

    How Are Sky Shareholders Gaining from the Bidding War?

    The stock of London-based Sky hit an 18-year high on Thursday after Twenty-First Century Fox (FOXA) and Comcast (CMCSA) both upped their bids to buy a 61% stake in Sky. The stock rose to 15.41 pounds that day and closed ~2.7% higher at 15.34 pounds after Comcast valued the company at ~26 billion pounds (or $35 billion). Sky stock has gone up 95% since Fox made its first bid of $15.5 billion in December 2016.

  • Why Britain’s Panel for Takeover Wants Disney to Bid for Sky
    Market Realistyesterday

    Why Britain’s Panel for Takeover Wants Disney to Bid for Sky

    Twenty-First Century Fox (FOXA) and US broadcaster Comcast (CMCSA) are in a bidding war for London-based broadcaster and Internet service provider Sky, in which Fox already owns a 39% stake. Fox started with a bid of $15.5 billion in December 2016 for the remaining 61% stake, which was overtaken by Comcast’s higher bid of $31 billion. Fox made a higher offer of $33 billion but was outbid again by Comcast’s sweeter offer of $34 billion.

  • Why World Wrestling Entertainment, Inc. Stock Soared 138.1% in the First Half of 2018
    Motley Fool3 days ago

    Why World Wrestling Entertainment, Inc. Stock Soared 138.1% in the First Half of 2018

    WWE stock has climbed roughly 270% over the past year.

  • Why Sinclair Broadcast Group Stock Gained 17.3% in June
    Motley Fool4 days ago

    Why Sinclair Broadcast Group Stock Gained 17.3% in June

    A major court ruling sent Sinclair Broadcast Group and much of the media industry soaring last month.

  • The Wall Street Journal4 days ago

    [$$] Comcast's Pursuit of Fox Just Got Tougher

    Comcast had used the earlier ruling to rebut concerns from Fox that its bid would face regulatory risk. AT&T’s deal for Time Warner married a company primarily focused on distributing content with one that produced it, just like Comcast’s bid for Fox. Comcast made its $65 billion offer for Fox a day after the ruling last month.

  • Reuters4 days ago

    Comcast to pay advisers as much as £243 million in fees for Sky takeover

    Comcast (CMCSA.O) expects to pay the banks, law firms and other advisers on its 25.9 billion pound bid for Sky (SKYB.L) as much as 243 million pounds if it wins the battle for the British broadcaster, the U.S. cable giant said on Friday. Sky is at the centre of a complex trans-Atlantic bidding war between Twenty-First Century Fox (FOXA.O), Comcast and Walt Disney (DIS.N) that will generate large fees for advisory firms working on all sides. Fox, which already owns 39 percent of Sky, and Comcast are fighting for control of the British pay-television group.

  • Reuters4 days ago

    Comcast to pay advisers as much as 243 mln stg in fees for Sky takeover

    Comcast expects to pay the banks, law firms and other advisers on its 25.9 billion pound ($34.23 billion) bid for Sky as much as 243 million pounds if it wins the battle for the British broadcaster, the U.S. cable giant said on Friday. Sky is at the centre of a complex trans-Atlantic bidding war between Twenty-First Century Fox, Comcast and Walt Disney that will generate large fees for advisory firms working on all sides. Fox, which already owns 39 percent of Sky, and Comcast are fighting for control of the British pay-television group.

  • Why the UK Government Cleared the Way for Fox to Buy Sky Assets
    Market Realist4 days ago

    Why the UK Government Cleared the Way for Fox to Buy Sky Assets

    Rupert Murdoch–owned Twenty-First Century Fox (FOXA), which owns a 39% stake in Sky, finally gotten a green light from the UK (EWU) government on July 12 to buy the remaining 61% stake in the London-based pay-TV company. The Fox deal has been held up for quite some time over regulatory concerns that the tie-up would give Fox too much control over Britain’s media. The UK government thus asked Fox to sell Sky’s 24-hour news channel Sky News to a third party such as the Walt Disney Company (DIS) if it wants to buy 61% of Sky.

  • Benzinga4 days ago

    The Sky Bidding War: What It Means For Any Potential Fox Acquisition

    Twenty-first Century Fox Inc (NASDAQ: FOXA) and Comcast Corporation (NASDAQ: CMCSA) are competing for British broadcaster Sky, and as recently as this week, Walt Disney Co (NYSE: DIS) and Comcast have been vying for Twenty-First Century Fox. Since November, Comcast and Disney have been in a bidding battle for Fox’s entertainment assets, which include a 39-percent stake in Europe's Sky and other global holdings. The latest round saw Disney edge out Comcast’s $65-billion all-cash offer with a $71.3-billion cash-and-stock agreement.

  • Why Comcast Is So Determined to Buy Sky
    Market Realist4 days ago

    Why Comcast Is So Determined to Buy Sky

    Comcast’s (CMCSA) offer of 26 billion pounds (or $34 billion) for a 61% stake in Sky, a London-based pay TV company, has topped Twenty-First Century Fox’s (FOXA) bid of 25 billion pounds (or $33 billion). Comcast’s new offer was ~10% higher than its previous offer of $31 billion and ~3% higher than Fox’s latest bid of $33 billion. Fox initially offered $15.5 billion in December 2016.

  • The Wall Street Journal4 days ago

    [$$] Sky Takeover Explained

    NBCUniversal Inc.’s owner, Comcast Corp., raised its offer to buy all of Sky to £25.9 billion on July 11. Co. to acquire most of Fox’s entertainment assets. In the fiscal year ended June 30 of last year, Sky had revenue of £12.92 billion and a pretax profit of £803 million.

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    4 Stocks With a Razor-Sharp Competitive Edge to Buy

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  • Barrons.com4 days ago

    Fox Bidding Battles: A War Not Worth Winning?

    Let's recap: Comcast launched a bidding war for Fox, emboldened to counter Disney's offer by a court ruling, to which Disney has responded, while both Fox and Comcast are also trying to outbid each other for Sky (SKYAY), as the former already owns 39% of the British satellite TV company. Juenger writes that many believe Comcast will give up on Fox and focus on Sky, but he warns that may not be the case: After all, why would Comcast launch a hostile bid for Fox and walk away after a single counteroffer from Disney?