DIS - The Walt Disney Company

NYSE - NYSE Delayed price. Currency in USD
110.57
+2.96 (+2.75%)
At close: 4:00PM EST

110.75 +0.18 (0.16%)
After hours: 7:14PM EST

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Previous close107.61
Open107.29
Bid110.75 x 100
Ask110.95 x 200
Day's range107.20 - 111.54
52-week range96.20 - 116.10
Volume27,570,935
Avg. volume7,831,279
Market cap166.995B
Beta1.35
PE ratio (TTM)19.43
EPS (TTM)5.69
Earnings date5 Feb 2018 - 9 Feb 2018
Forward dividend & yield1.68 (1.61%)
Ex-dividend date2017-12-08
1y target est109.68
Trade prices are not sourced from all markets
  • TODAY'S CHARTS: Disney to buy 21st Century Fox assets; Teva to cut 25% of workforce; Pier 1 plunges
    Yahoo Finance7 hours ago

    TODAY'S CHARTS: Disney to buy 21st Century Fox assets; Teva to cut 25% of workforce; Pier 1 plunges

    Disney (DIS) is spending $52 billion for most of 21st Century Fox’s (FOXA) film and TV assets. Disney shares are up over 2% on the deal news. Disney will also take on about $13 billion in debt.

  • What the Disney-Fox Deal Means for Hulu
    Bloomberg Video11 minutes ago

    What the Disney-Fox Deal Means for Hulu

    Dec.14 -- Walt Disney Co. will become the majority owner of Hulu LLC as part of the $52.4 billion deal with 21st Century Fox Inc., bringing stable leadership to its competition with larger rivals Netflix Inc. and YouTube for the first time in years. Bloomberg's Lucas Shaw reports on "Bloomberg Technology."

  • Disney details overarching direct-to-consumer plan possible through Fox deal
    TechCrunch11 hours ago

    Disney details overarching direct-to-consumer plan possible through Fox deal

    Disney CEO Bob Iger positioned his company's acquisition of Fox's TV and movie businesses as a way for the company to prepare for a future in which streaming and direct-to-consumer dominate media consumption, on a conference call this morning to discuss the $52 billion deal.

  • It's official: Disney is acquiring Fox's film and TV divisions for $52.4 billion
    TechCrunch13 hours ago

    It's official: Disney is acquiring Fox's film and TV divisions for $52.4 billion

    As a result, Disney will acquire Fox's film division and much of its TV operations for a price of over $52 billion in stock. Disney will take over the Nat Geo network, Star TV, Fox's movie and TV studios and its stakes in both Sky and Hulu, as well as the parts of the business that focus on regional sports broadcasting. Fox News, Fox's basic broadcast network and its national sports channels will be spun off into a new company.

  • Reuters44 minutes ago

    Disney buying Fox film, TV units for $52 billion in digital push

    The deal brings to a close more than half a century of expansion by Murdoch, 86, who turned a single Australian newspaper he inherited from his father at the age of 21 into one of the world's most important global news and film conglomerates. The new, slimmed down Fox will focus on TV news and sport. Early indications are that the deal will not face strong resistance from antitrust regulators as AT&T Corp's (T.N) bid to acquire Time Warner Inc (TWX.N) has done.

  • Reuters44 minutes ago

    Joining Disney and Fox's sports channels may raise antitrust concerns: experts

    Walt Disney Co's (DIS.N) deal to buy a number of Twenty-First Century Fox's businesses includes a plan to add Fox's 22 regional sports networks to Disney's No. 1 sports network ESPN, which could attract the attention of U.S. antitrust regulators, competition experts said on Thursday. "Any combination of sports programming is going to trigger significant scrutiny. They'll look at the competition between ESPN and the regional sports networks," said Caroline Holland, a veteran of the U.S. Justice Department's Antitrust Division.

  • Reuters1 hour ago

    Murdoch bets live sports and news will boost new, smaller Fox

    Rupert Murdoch is banking on Americans' love of live sports and breaking news for a new, slimmed down version of his Fox TV business after selling the company's film studios and international operations to Walt Disney Co. Absolutely not," Murdoch told investors on Thursday. Disney's $52.4 billion purchase of Twenty-First Century Fox's film, television and international businesses, announced earlier on Thursday, leaves Fox with a smaller but more focused set of assets, based on Fox News Channel - the U.S. No. 1 news cable network - and its broadcasts of sports such as National Football League and Major League Baseball.

  • Reuters1 hour ago

    Family-friendly Disney to bring edgier Fox fare to streaming video

    Walt Disney Co is poised to add foul-mouthed superhero Deadpool and gory TV series "American Horror Story" to its portfolio, a novel move for the king of family-friendly entertainment into the adult-oriented programming consumers are devouring on streaming video. Disney's deal to buy most of the film and TV businesses of Twenty-First Century Fox Inc will aid the efforts of Disney Chief Executive Bob Iger to transform the company from a traditional media operation dependent on pay TV distributors to one that streams shows and movies directly to consumers online.

  • Reuters1 hour ago

    Family-friendly Disney to bring edgier Fox fare to streaming video

    Walt Disney Co is poised to add foul-mouthed superhero Deadpool and gory TV series "American Horror Story" to its portfolio, a novel move for the king of family-friendly entertainment into the adult-oriented programming consumers are devouring on streaming video. Disney's deal to buy most of the film and TV businesses of Twenty-First Century Fox Inc will aid the efforts of Disney Chief Executive Bob Iger to transform the company from a traditional media operation dependent on pay TV distributors to one that streams shows and movies directly to consumers online.

  • Reuters2 hours ago

    Joining Disney and Fox's sports channels may raise antitrust concerns: experts

    Walt Disney Co's deal to buy a number of Twenty-First Century Fox's businesses includes a plan to add Fox's 22 regional sports networks to Disney's No. 1 sports network ESPN, which could attract the attention of U.S. antitrust regulators, competition experts said on Thursday. "Any combination of sports programming is going to trigger significant scrutiny. They'll look at the competition between ESPN and the regional sports networks," said Caroline Holland, a veteran of the U.S. Justice Department's Antitrust Division.

  • Forbes2 hours ago

    The Key To The Fox/Disney Deal Is Actually Comcast

    Hulu seems to be the real prize in today's Fox-Disney announcement. But let's not forget about Comcast, and the 30% of Hulu they still control. Alan Wolk looks at what that could mean for Disney and explores some of the possible outcomes.

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