Warner Bros. Discovery, Inc. (WBD)
|Net Income (ttm)||1.32B|
|Day's Range||17.58 - 18.36|
|52-Week Range||16.51 - 34.52|
|Price Target||35.70 (+94.4%)|
|Earnings Date||Apr 26, 2022|
Warner Bros. Discovery, Inc., a media company, provides content across various distribution platforms in approximately 50 languages worldwide. It also produces, develops, and distributes feature films, television, gaming, and other content in various physical and digital formats through basic networks, direct-to-consumer or theatrical, TV content, and games licensing. The company owns and operates various television networks under the Discovery Channel, HGTV, Food Network, TLC, Animal Planet, Investigation Discovery, Travel Channel, Science, Mo... [Read more...]
In 2021, WBD's revenue was $12.19 billion, an increase of 14.24% compared to the previous year's $10.67 billion. Earnings were $1.01 billion, a decrease of -17.47%.Financial Statements
According to 27 analysts, the average rating for WBD stock is "Buy." The 12-month stock price forecast is 35.7, which is an increase of 94.44% from the latest price.
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How Warner Bros. Discovery post-merger can compete with Netflix and Disney as the streaming wars evolve
With the ink still drying on Discovery's $43 billion acquisition of WarnerMedia, CEO David Zaslav is building the combined Warner Bros. Discovery into a media powerhouse.
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WBD stock looks dirt cheap in some regards. However, there are real questions about the company's ability to manage changing market conditions.
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Multiple insiders, including the CEO and chief financial officer, have recently been buying shares of Warner Bros. Discovery ( WBD , Financial) stock.
It's taking a more conservative approach than the competition.
Another top Warner exec, John Rogovin, is heading for the exits amid a major corporate shakeout following the merger of WarnerMedia and Discovery last month. The longtime EVP, general counsel for Warner...
Among Warner Bros. Discovery's challenges are cord cutting, profitability issues and intense competition.
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Warner Bros Discovery stock has probably come down too far. Buying WBD stock is likely to pay off as a contrarian investment in the spinoff shares that many AT&T shareholders are dumping.
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Warner Bros. Discovery hit a new 52-week low of $18.20 on Wednesday.
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