The Walt Disney Company (DIS)
DIS Stock Price Chart
|Net Income (ttm)||-2.86B|
|Trading Day||December 2|
|Day's Range||148.34 - 154.01|
|52-Week Range||85.76 - 154.01|
DIS Stock News
The global pandemic is likely to be in our rearview mirror in 2021 and these stocks are positioned to benefit from an economic reopening. The post 7 Reopening Stocks To Buy For A Post-Vaccine ...
Disney price target raised to new street high $175 at Citi
The "Halftime Report" traders debate Citi's bullish call on Disney.
The entertainment titan's shareholders could be in store for even larger gains.
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Walt Disney Company (NYSE: DIS) has restructured its television studios business, effectively consolidating its three TV units into two. What Happened: The shakeup will see Karey Burke, the pr...
Walt Disney Co said on Tuesday it had consolidated its television studios into two units as the company restructures operations to emphasize streaming media.
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The holidays are typically strong for the media giant, but this isn't a normal year.
Amid rising COVID-19 cases, the Dow Jones wrapped up its best month in more than 30 years after hitting the major milestone of 30,000 for the first time last week.
The market isn't appreciating yet the huge potential ahead as business recovers.
Disney recently announced even more layoffs will be coming to the company's parks division.
Hong Kong Disneyland is shutting its doors for a third time because of the coronavirus pandemic, after the Hong Kong government instituted new restrictions region-wide amid a wave of new infec...
'The Mandalorian' is the first live-action TV series to be based in the Star Wars universe.
Facebook Inc (NASDAQ: FB) has partnered with Sony Corporation's (NYSE: SNE) Indian unit to bring video-on-demand content of India's ongoing cricket tour of Australia. What Happened: The Mark ...
Disney World is building a train station to connect its parks with the Orlando Airport and Miami (DIS)
Next stop: Disney World, hopefully at a time when the pandemic will be in the rearview mirror. Brightline, which currently operates trains between Miami and West Palm Beach, announced on Monda...
Media and entertainment giant Walt Disney Co (NYSE: DIS) confirmed in a regulatory filing update that approximately 32,000 employees will lose their jobs in the first half of 2021. What Happen...
Disney has increased the scope of its planned job cuts, and Apple is reportedly diversifying production.
The House of Mouse added 4,000 new names to its coronavirus job cuts, mostly in theme parks and resorts.
The company expects to complete the job cuts during the first half of 2021.
Disney World, Universal Orlando, and SeaWorld deal with the negative impacts of the pandemic-related setback.
In an announcement on Wednesday, the Walt Disney Company (NYSE: DIS) said it will slash its workforce by 32 thousand jobs as the ongoing COVID-19 crisis continues to wreak havoc on its busines...
Disney is cutting more staff in its theme parks and cruise ship segment, which is running at a loss due to COVID-19 impacts.
In September, Walt Disney Co (NYSE: DIS) announced plans to layoff roughly 28,000 employees , and this morning that number got a little bit bigger.
The industry's pre-pandemic powerhouses have held their value by offering consumers much-needed distraction while waiting for COVID-19 to pass.
The Walt Disney Company (NYSE: DIS) announced it will cut 32,000 workers, up from an estimate of 28,000 made earlier this year.
The pandemic has forced Disney's theme parks to either remain completely shut or operate with limited visitors, causing a severe loss in revenue.
In September, the company said it would lay off 28,000 people -- but that number jumped by 4,000 on Wednesday.
The layoffs will be in the first half of 2021, the company said in a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
Walt Disney Co. is laying off 32,000 employees, about 4,000 more than previously announced, as the coronavirus pandemic continues to hammer its parks and resorts business.
Disney is laying off 32,000 people who work for the company in the first half of 2020. In a filing this week with the US Securities and Exchange Commission, The Walt Disney Company said it wou...
Walt Disney Co said on Wednesday it would layoff 32,000 workers, primarily at its theme parks, an increase from the 28,000 it announced in September as the company struggles with limited custo...
The majority of these layoffs will be from its parks, experiences and products division and include the 28,000 workers that the company previously announced.
Disney shares cooled off after a hot start to the week, dipping about 1.6% today to close the trading session at $149.08. Even with the slight retreat, though, the stock has fully recovered to...
There are three great reasons to put new money into this iconic company right now.
Wall Street seemed super-excited as the Dow Jones reached 30,000 for the first time in history on Nov 24.
The streaming service had a phenomenal first year, but a repeat may be difficult.
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Walt Disney Co (NYSE: DIS) ended the last fiscal year with 73.7 million paid subscribers for its Disney+ streaming platform. Growth could continue with two upcoming catalysts.
Tesla, Disney, Abercrombie & Fitch, Best Buy and Burlington were our top stock trades for Wednesday. So, let's look at the charts to see why.
Daniel Loeb argued in a recent activist letter that the time to go all in on streaming is now. We consider that argument and whether/where it distinguishes itself from Disney's ongoing strategy.
During its last reported quarter, The Walt Disney Co. (NYSE: DIS) lost $2.4 billion of its parks and experiences segment which saw revenue drop as dramatically as 61%, generating $2.6 billion....
The media giant won't be paying its next semi-annual distribution, but this doesn't mean that Disney isn't a great dividend investment.
A brief look at the Q4 earnings shows that the company is holding up well financially even though the parks and studio division are having difficulties. The company has created a distribution ...
Disney (DIS) reportedly is considering sending three new potential blockbuster films directly to its streaming service and not to theaters.
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The Walt Disney Company, together with its subsidiaries, operates as an entertainment company worldwide. The company's Media Networks segment operates domestic cable networks under the Disney, ESPN, Freeform, FX, and National Geographic brands; and television broadcast network under the ABC brand, as well as eight domestic television stations. This segment is also involved in the television production and distribution. Its Parks, Experiences and Products segment operates theme parks and resorts, such as Walt Disney World Resort in Florida; Disn... [Read more...]
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Nov 12, 1957
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According to 24 analysts, the average rating for Disney stock is "Buy." The 12-month stock price forecast is 151.38, which is a decrease of -1.45% from the latest price.