Florida is preparing to face what is shaping up to be the fiercest storm to hit the state since 2018, and as of Tuesday morning the tourism hotbed of central Florida is in Hurricane Ian's crosshairs. Tracking models have it entering the state from the Gulf Coast as early as Wednesday night, and some projected paths have it going through Disney's (NYSE: DIS) iconic Florida resort on Thursday. Disney has already announced that its Typhoon Lagoon water park and its miniature golf attractions will close on Wednesday and Thursday.
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In the latest trading session, Walt Disney (DIS) closed at $98.12, marking a -1.39% move from the previous day.