DIS - The Walt Disney Company

NYSE - NYSE Delayed Price. Currency in USD
109.45
-1.17 (-1.06%)
At close: 4:00PM EST

109.24 -0.21 (-0.19%)
After hours: 7:54PM EST

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Previous Close110.62
Open110.87
Bid109.01 x 1000
Ask109.99 x 1400
Day's Range108.90 - 111.08
52 Week Range97.68 - 120.20
Volume6,682,100
Avg. Volume8,285,684
Market Cap162.935B
Beta (3Y Monthly)0.81
PE Ratio (TTM)13.09
EPS (TTM)8.36
Earnings DateFeb 5, 2019
Forward Dividend & Yield1.76 (1.57%)
Ex-Dividend Date2018-12-07
1y Target Est124.50
Trade prices are not sourced from all markets
  • The Wall Street Journal35 minutes ago

    [$$] CBS Shifts to Hunt for Next CEO

    Tom Staggs, the former operating chief of Walt Disney, has emerged as a top candidate for the chief executive job at CBS, as the network looks to turn the page on months of uncertainty and upheaval since ...

  • Buy Apple (AAPL) Stock for Cheap Heading into 2019?
    Zacks2 hours ago

    Buy Apple (AAPL) Stock for Cheap Heading into 2019?

    Shares of Apple (AAPL) have tumbled 24% in the last three months as part of the larger market pullback. But investors do have legitimate concerns about Apple going forward as iPhone unit sales slow. Still, the question is should investors take Apple's downturn as a chance to buy AAPL stock at a discount?

  • Walt Disney (DIS) Stock Sinks As Market Gains: What You Should Know
    Zacks2 hours ago

    Walt Disney (DIS) Stock Sinks As Market Gains: What You Should Know

    Walt Disney (DIS) closed at $109.45 in the latest trading session, marking a -1.06% move from the prior day.

  • NBC Chief Hints That Company May Unveil Netflix-Style Service
    Bloomberg6 hours ago

    NBC Chief Hints That Company May Unveil Netflix-Style Service

    Steve Burke, head of the Comcast Corp. division, suggested that the company might unveil an online TV service in 2019 -- though it’s hard to know how seriously to take a message written in the rhyming style of Dr. Seuss. Burke, who oversees the NBC network, cable channels such as USA, and the Universal theme parks and movie studio, has yet to announce a streaming product like those planned by rivals Walt Disney Co. and AT&T Inc.’s Warner Media next year. In his holiday note, Burke also lamented that Comcast lost out to Disney in a bidding war for 21st Century Fox’s entertainment assets.

  • BB-8 robot maker Sphero quits Disney toys
    American City Business Journals7 hours ago

    BB-8 robot maker Sphero quits Disney toys

    CEO Paul Berberian confirmed that Sphero is liquidating its BB-8s, R2-D2s, Lightning McQueens and Spider-Mans and won’t be making more.

  • The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: McDonald???s, AbbVie, Altria, Wells Fargo and Disney
    Zacks10 hours ago

    The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: McDonald???s, AbbVie, Altria, Wells Fargo and Disney

    The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: McDonald???s, AbbVie, Altria, Wells Fargo and Disney

  • The Top 10 Shows on Netflix, and Why It Matters to Investors
    Motley Fool11 hours ago

    The Top 10 Shows on Netflix, and Why It Matters to Investors

    There's one show Netflix subscribers watch year round.

  • CNBC13 hours ago

    Stocks set to bounce | Oil sinks | Moonves won't get $120 million severance

    Stock futures are higher this morning in what would ordinarily be considered a bullish bounce for stocks, but in this case only enough to make a partial dent in the heavy losses.

  • Morningstar14 hours ago

    The Top 10 Holdings of Our Ultimate Stock-Pickers' Index

    Fund investors would like to see their actively managed funds beat the market every year, but they've been left wanting for well over a decade. The lack of consistent outperformance on the part of large-cap active managers (the main contributors to the Ultimate Stock-Pickers concept) has been well documented by the S&P Indices Versus Active Funds (SPIVA) U.S. Scorecard. Other investment styles fared better, as 58.0% of large-cap value managers and 63.7% of large-cap growth managers outperformed their respective benchmarks.

  • Market Realistyesterday

    Why Facebook Could Look to Sell Network TV Programming

    Facebook (FB) has been looking to diversify its business away from online advertising for some time. Facebook has been trying to grow its premium video content on its “Watch” platform. In August, Facebook acquired the rights to broadcast UEFA Champions League in Latin America.

  • Former ABC Entertainment President Channing Dungey resurfaces at Netflix
    American City Business Journalsyesterday

    Former ABC Entertainment President Channing Dungey resurfaces at Netflix

    Netflix Inc. is staging an ABC reunion. Channing Dungey, who stepped down from her post as president of ABC Entertainment a month ago, is joining the streaming giant as vice president of original content. In the newly created role, Dungey will work with Holland to set strategic direction as well as oversee a large portion of Netflix’s slate, including some of the company’s overall deals with such showrunners as Shonda Rhimes and Kenya Barris, who left ABC for the streamer during Dungey’s tenure there.

  • Disney snags 1,000 acres in Osceola County
    American City Business Journalsyesterday

    Disney snags 1,000 acres in Osceola County

    An entity related to Burbank, Calif.-based Walt Disney Co. (NYSE: DIS) has purchased nearly 1,000 acres in Osceola County in response to the theme park company's growth in Central Florida, according to a person involved in the deal. Disney's 215 Celebration Place LLC acquired the 965-acre B-K Ranch LC from Astatula-based BFT Capital Corp. for $23 million, or $23,800 an acre, said Jerry McGratty, who is a judge-appointed custodian of the land. The sale closed Dec. 13, but the land deed hasn't been officially recorded in Osceola County records.

  • Business Wireyesterday

    The Walt Disney Company Executives to Discuss Fiscal First Quarter 2019 Financial Results via Webcast

    The Walt Disney Company will discuss fiscal first quarter 2019 financial results via a live audio webcast beginning at 4:30 p.m. EST / 1:30 p.m. PST on Tuesday, February 5, 2019.

  • The Looming Spending War Doesn’t Bode Well for Disney Stock
    InvestorPlaceyesterday

    The Looming Spending War Doesn’t Bode Well for Disney Stock

    London-based media analytics firm Ampere Analysis reckons that the two giants will collectively end up spending $22 billion creating or buying entertainment content before this is even over. While certainly a big number, the biggest spend in the industry, in fact, current and prospective owners of Disney stock needn’t over-react. Rivals ranging from Amazon.com (NASDAQ:AMZN) to Netflix (NASDAQ:NFLX) to Comcast (NASDAQ:CMCSA) are all spending massive amounts on content, ultimately looking to generate even more revenue with it.

  • Interactive retail: Disney looks into automated assistance in stores
    American City Business Journalsyesterday

    Interactive retail: Disney looks into automated assistance in stores

    The theme park giant is finding more ways to use guests' mobile devices to enhance experiences.

  • The Wall Street Journalyesterday

    Netflix Hires Former ABC Entertainment Boss, Stepping Up Rivalry

    Netflix Inc. has tapped former ABC Entertainment President Channing Dungey as a vice president of original content, the latest evidence of the growing rivalry between the streaming-video giant and ABC parent Walt Disney Co. ABC said last month that Ms. Dungey was stepping down from her post as Disney looks to complete its acquisition of the bulk of 21st Century Fox Inc.’s entertainment operations. Ms. Dungey, who starts in February, follows other prominent people from ABC’s stable who have moved to Netflix.

  • InvestorPlaceyesterday

    Disney Stock Isn’t a Blue-Chip Name

  • The Wall Street Journalyesterday

    [$$] Moonbug Raises $145 Million In Funding For Kids' Programs

    Children’s entertainment company Moonbug Entertainment has raised $145 million in initial funding led by the Raine Group, Moonbug plans to announce Monday. Moonbug plans to use the funds to acquire popular children’s shows, invest in production and eventually create a stable of quality kids’ programming that the London firm hopes to distribute globally, said co-founder René Rechtman. The Fertitta brothers started the firm with some proceeds from their $4 billion sale of mixed martial-arts company UFC in 2016.

  • Ed Goldman: Disney’s Robert Iger has To knuckle down If he wants that $100 million bonus
    American City Business Journalsyesterday

    Ed Goldman: Disney’s Robert Iger has To knuckle down If he wants that $100 million bonus

    If you think your boss or board of directors is demanding, consider the case of Robert Iger, the Walt Disney Co.’s chief executive. You see, the poor guy’s board has given him some revenue target instructions that would make a lesser man turn to drink, drugs or binge-watching episodes of “Game of Thrones.” According to The Wall Street Journal, Disney (NYSE: DIS) has raised the revenue target Iger needs to meet to collect his bonus.

  • Better Buy: Netflix vs. Amazon
    Motley Fool2 days ago

    Better Buy: Netflix vs. Amazon

    Who would you pick between two of the best tech stocks of the last decade?

  • Here Are the 5 Highest-Rated TV Events of 2018 and What They Mean for TV's Future
    Motley Fool2 days ago

    Here Are the 5 Highest-Rated TV Events of 2018 and What They Mean for TV's Future

    When you look back at 2018, the biggest TV events are pretty clear and suggest a heated competition in the future.

  • 4 Reasons Disney Could Soar
    Motley Fool2 days ago

    4 Reasons Disney Could Soar

    One analyst has laid out a list of compelling catalysts for The House of Mouse.

  • Netflix's Movie Strategy Is Already Paying Off
    Motley Fool2 days ago

    Netflix's Movie Strategy Is Already Paying Off

    The streaming service is attracting top-tier talent to build out its original programming library.

  • Quartz3 days ago

    Small theater chains worry a mid-century rule is all that stands between them and extinction

    A lot of forces are threatening US movie theaters in 2018. Tech companies like Netflix and Amazon are putting out more movies than all the major movie studios combined, and many of them are bypassing theaters. Studios such as 20th Century Fox are questioning how long movie theaters should have exclusive access to their new…