DIS - The Walt Disney Company

NYSE - Nasdaq Real-time price. Currency in USD
-0.02 (-0.02%)
As of 02:57PM EDT. Market open.
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Previous close92.52
Bid92.49 x 1100
Ask92.49 x 800
Day's range91.31 - 92.68
52-week range84.07 - 126.48
Avg. volume11,328,995
Market cap169.025B
Beta (5Y monthly)1.30
PE ratio (TTM)40.57
EPS (TTM)2.28
Earnings date08 Aug 2023 - 14 Aug 2023
Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend date13 Dec 2019
1y target est119.85
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  • Yahoo Finance

    Apple needs to buy Disney to make Vision Pro a success: Analyst

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  • Yahoo Finance Video

    Apple should buy Disney to grow the Vision Pro: Analyst

    Apple unveiled its new Vision Pro mixed reality headset at the company's WWDC event. It's $3,499 price tag however may turn off a lot of buyers. Laura Martin, Senior Media and Internet Analyst at Needham & Co., however, has an idea. Martin suggests that Apple (AAPL) should buy Disney (DIS) to help build adoption of the new headset. Martin argues that Apple needs "a compelling content storytelling use case" for the Vision Pro to gain traction. She believes that with Disney's content, more people may be willing to purchase the headset. But what about the Disney parks? Martin says Apple likely won't want the parks, but that those could be spun off or sold, given they are "really a good business, standalone." Martin also covers Warner Bros Discovery (WBD). When asked about the ousting of CNN CEO Chris Licht, Martin says investors are betting more on WBD leadership than who is leading CNN. She also makes the case for WBD keeping CNN in its portfolio. "The only way to win the streaming wars is you must have entertainment content, and you must have news, and you must have live sports," Martin says, because when news breaks, it drives viewers to your app. When it comes to the ongoing writers strike and a potential strike from SAG-AFTRA, Martin tells Yahoo Finance Live's Diane King Hall and Alexandra Canal that Wall Street investors will ultimately be the winners because "all of these companies are not going to be able to spend money on content and that won't be a competitive disadvantage." Key video moments 00:00:21 Why Apple should buy Disney 00:01:19 What to do with Disney Parks 00:02:45 Reaction to CNN CEO stepping down 00:04:42 Who will win from the writers strike

  • Financial Times

    Mickey Mouse, Death Stars and the limits of federal law

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    Hollywood directors reach deal with studios as writers strike enters sixth week

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  • Reuters

    Exclusive-Walt Disney's Pixar targets 'Lightyear' execs among 75 job cuts

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