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    Disney earnings: 3 things we're watching after the Q1 earnings call

    Disney (DIS) earnings are expected at 4:00 pm ET Wednesday, February 8th, 2023. Disney CEO Bob Iger is set to take center stage on the earnings call. Investors will be watching closely for key items including: the future of ESPN, high content costs from Disney’s direct-to-consumer unit, restructuring plans to reduce costs across the company, and questions about the state of the U.S. economy overall. Yahoo Finance's Brad Smith and Seana Smith will break down the three things they're watching after the call. Make sure you tune into their live coverage following Disney's earnings call later this afternoon Watch: Yahoo Finance Live Programming - 9am ET: Julie Hyman, Brad Smith and Brian Sozzi detail what they want to hear from Bob Iger on his first earnings call since returning as Disney's CEO - 11am ET: Allie Canal highlights the key numbers investors are looking for from Disney+ - 4:00pm ET: Dave Briggs and Seana Smith bring Disney's earnings to you live - 6pm ET (or when the earnings call ends): Brad Smith and Seana Smith will have a vibe check on market reaction and what Disney's results mean for both consumers and investors.

  • Motley Fool

    Apple Revenue Declines for the First Time Since 2019. Time to Sell?

    The largest company in the world by market capitalization, Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL), reported a troubling metric during its latest earnings report: declining revenue. What makes this so significant is that it hasn't reported a quarter where this happened since 2019, making investors ask the obvious question: Is it time to sell Apple stock? Since the start of 2023, Apple's stock has been on a tear, up nearly 19%.

  • Bloomberg

    Nasdaq’s 2023 ‘Junk Rally’ Flies in the Face of Risky Backdrop

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