|Bid||81.98 x 800|
|Ask||86.10 x 800|
|Day's Range||82.77 - 82.90|
|52 Week Range||64.25 - 99.66|
|Beta (5Y Monthly)||1.29|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||102.31|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
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Live Nation (LYV) benefits from pent-up demand defining solid segmental contributions. However, high costs and expenses hurt its growth.
Key Insights Using the 2 Stage Free Cash Flow to Equity, Live Nation Entertainment fair value estimate is US$98.74...
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Shares of Ticketmaster parent company Live Nation Entertainment (NYSE: LYV) are rocking the joint on Wall Street today. Live Nation posted strong sales figures and record results, driven by unprecedented global demand for live events. Live Nation CEO Michael Rapino emphasized the strength of the live events market, stating, "What is clear as we look at our results and operating metrics is that global demand for live events continues to reach new heights -- demand has been growing for a long time and is showing no signs of letting up."
Live Nation Entertainment's (LYV) first-quarter 2023 results benefit from pent-up demand for live events and robust ticket sales.
A California bill is taking aim at the US’s largest ticket seller, whose position of dominance of the market has often left concertgoers frustrated at the prices and availability of tickets.
Live Nation Entertainment's (LYV) first-quarter 2023 results are likely to benefit from an increase in demand for live events, a rise in average per-fan spending and increases in ticket pricing.
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Here is your daily Pro Recap of the biggest analyst picks you may have missed since Friday’s close: fresh buy ratings at Medtronic, Live Nation, PPG, and more. Wells Fargo upgraded Medtronic (NYSE:MDT) to Overweight from Equal Weight and raised its price target to $100.00 from $77.00. Shares gained more than 2% on Friday after FDA approved the MiniMed 780G System for modifications to the SmartGuard (SG) Technology and for expanding the indications for use to include the Guardian 4 Sensor.
There wouldn't be many who think Live Nation Entertainment, Inc.'s ( NYSE:LYV ) price-to-sales (or "P/S") ratio of 1x...
As the immersive digital experience known as the metaverse goes through its most formative years, sharp-eyed investors are looking for the most promising stocks to reap the rewards of this virtual gold rush. Read on to see two compelling (and surprising) metaverse stocks that are primed for takeoff in April and beyond. Ticketmaster is not only ready to host virtual events in the metaverse, but it's already running special ticket sales through the digital world.
The music industry continues to evolve and be disrupted by technology. It also remains a leading part of the broader entertainment industry. So, while music stocks are often overlooked, the space is a good one to hunt for investment opportunities. In the first three quarters of 2022, music industry revenue, which includes live concerts, streaming, publishing rights and record label earnings, totaled $49 billion, according to MIDiA Research. That was up nearly 50% from $32.9 billion in the same p
Live Nation (LYV) emphasizes strengthening its client base to drive growth. However, increased operating expenses are a concern.
Ticketmaster is refunding fans of The Cure after some of them paid more in service fees than they did for a ticket for the English rock band’s upcoming tour, the band said Friday. The Cure, a band formed in the 1970s, criticized Ticketmaster’s pricing system months after the company drew scrutiny for botching sales for Taylor Swift concerts. The band said Ticketmaster agreed it would refund $10 to fans who bought the cheapest seats and $5 to the rest of the fans.
Band's frontman 'sickened' by unreasonable service fees that added up to more than the tickets' face value
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If you've ever bought a ticket to a concert or a sporting event, you know the pain of paying those pesky ticket fees. Live Nation (NYSE: LYV) owns Ticketmaster and dominates roughly 70% of the ticketing and live venue market, and it's the company you're paying those fees to. Many people don't understand that Live Nation owns many of the concert venues and festivals you may frequent, in addition to the digital ticketing service.
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Live Nation Entertainment Inc (NYSE: LYV) has come out with global concert business reforms for fair ticketing. The company said the best way to ensure a fair ticketing experience for live music fans is to put more control in the hands of the artists themselves. Protect artists' ability to use face-value exchanges and limited transfer to keep pricing lower for fans, and prevent scalpers from exploiting fans. The move comes after several Taylor Swift fans filed a lawsuit against Ticketmaster, own