NC0B.F - News Corporation

Frankfurt - Frankfurt Delayed price. Currency in EUR
13.71
-0.27 (-1.93%)
As of 9:13AM CEST. Market open.
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Previous close13.98
Open13.71
Bid13.87 x 70000
Ask13.93 x 70000
Day's range13.71 - 13.71
52-week range10.96 - 14.50
Volume83
Avg. volume0
Market cap7.811B
Beta1.08
PE ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yield0.16 (1.17%)
Ex-dividend date2018-03-13
1y target estN/A
  • Why Concession Worked for Fox’s Sky Bid
    Market Realist9 days ago

    Why Concession Worked for Fox’s Sky Bid

    The UK government cleared Twenty-First Century Fox (FOX)(FOXA) to proceed with its bid to take over the country’s satellite broadcast group Sky. The regulatory clearance sets the stage for a duel between Fox and Walt Disney (DIS) on one hand and Comcast (CMCSA) on the other.

  • News Corp (NWSA) Down 5.6% Since Earnings Report: Can It Rebound?
    Zacks10 days ago

    News Corp (NWSA) Down 5.6% Since Earnings Report: Can It Rebound?

    News Corp (NWSA) reported earnings 30 days ago. What's next for the stock? We take a look at earnings estimates for some clues.

  • The Wall Street Journal15 days ago

    [$$] Matt Murray Named Editor in Chief of The Wall Street Journal

    The Wall Street Journal named newsroom veteran Matt Murray as its new editor in chief, succeeding Gerard Baker, who oversaw broad changes to the news organization in his 5½-year tenure as it dealt with a fading print-advertising business and the rise of digital journalism. Mr. Baker, 56 years old, will take on the position of editor at large, which will involve hosting conferences and events, writing and television presenting. Mr. Murray, currently the Journal’s executive editor, will assume his new role on June 11.

  • WSJ replaces Gerard Baker with Matt Murray as editor
    Associated Press16 days ago

    WSJ replaces Gerard Baker with Matt Murray as editor

    NEW YORK (AP) — News Corp. says it has named Matt Murray as editor-in-chief of its flagship newspaper, The Wall Street Journal, and the Dow Jones Newswires. He succeeds Gerard Baker, who is staying on as the Journal's editor-at-large, a new position.

  • Minister: Fox's Sky bid to be cleared if plan to divest Sky News is agreed
    Sky News16 days ago

    Minister: Fox's Sky bid to be cleared if plan to divest Sky News is agreed

    The government has said 21st Century Fox would be allowed to buy Sky plc (Frankfurt: 893517 - news) , the owner of Sky News, but only if it agreed in advance to sell the news provider. Matt Hancock, the Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport, said any buyer would have to guarantee that Sky News remained financially viable, continued to operate as a major UK-based news provider and was able to make editorial decisions independently and free from any potential outside influence. Mr Hancock, who was acting on the advice of the Competition & Markets Authority (CMA), also said he would raise no objection to a rival £22.1bn takeover bid for Sky from Comcast (Swiss: CMCSA.SW - news) , the US cable giant.

  • Wall Street Journal Taps Matt Murray as Editor, Succeeding Gerard Baker
    Bloomberg16 days ago

    Wall Street Journal Taps Matt Murray as Editor, Succeeding Gerard Baker

    Matt Murray was named editor-in-chief of the Wall Street Journal and Dow Jones Newswires, succeeding Gerard Baker, who is moving to a new position after 5 1/2 years atop the widely read business newspaper. Baker will become editor at large and host a television program on Fox Business Network, Journal owner News Corp. said Tuesday in a statement. Murray, an executive editor at the Journal, takes over a newspaper that remains required reading for investors and business people.

  • Government ruling on Fox bid for Sky expected in the Commons
    Sky News16 days ago

    Government ruling on Fox bid for Sky expected in the Commons

    The culture secretary is to make a statement to MPs (BSE: MPSLTD.BO - news) today on the proposed takeover of Sky (Frankfurt: 893517 - news) by 21st Century Fox, according to Sky News sources. It is understood Matt Hancock will rule on the status of the Fox bid for Sky, the owner of Sky News, which has been delayed by a regulatory process to determine if a deal would give the US company too much influence over UK media. Fox has since offered a series of remedies to address the watchdog's concerns - including the immediate sale of Sky News to Disney on completion of a takeover of Sky.

  • Government clears way for Comcast's Sky takeover
    Sky Newslast month

    Government clears way for Comcast's Sky takeover

    US cable giant Comcast (Swiss: CMCSA.SW - news) is unlikely to face a regulatory review of its £22bn takeover bid for Sky (Frankfurt: 893517 - news) , the owner of Sky News. Culture Secretary Matt Hancock said he was "not minded" to refer the bid to the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) for deeper scrutiny on public interest grounds. The news will come as a disappointment to 21st Century Fox, Sky's biggest single shareholder, which is also trying to buy the company.

  • The Wall Street Journallast month

    [$$] News Corp Revenue Lifted by Real Estate and Book Units

    News Corp posted a 6% gain in revenue for the March quarter, driven by strong results at its digital-real-estate and book-publishing units and the positive impact of foreign-currency fluctuations. At the company’s news and information-services business, which accounts for just under two-thirds of its top line, revenue rose 2% compared with the year-earlier quarter. Total revenue in the latest period was $2.1 billion.

  • News Corp (NWSA) Q3 Earnings Top, Soft Ad Revenues a Concern
    Zackslast month

    News Corp (NWSA) Q3 Earnings Top, Soft Ad Revenues a Concern

    News Corporation (NWSA) delivered sixth straight quarter of positive earnings surprise. However, sluggish print advertising demand still remains a concern.

  • News Corp revenue beats as digital push pays off
    Reuterslast month

    News Corp revenue beats as digital push pays off

    News Corp and Telstra in March agreed to combine Foxtel and FOX SPORTS Australia, with the U.S. company holding a 65 percent stake in the combined entity. "The Foxtel-Fox Sports Australia consolidation is also expected to make circulation and subscription revenues the biggest revenue stream for News Corp for the first time," Chief Executive Officer Robert Thomson said on the call.

  • Associated Presslast month

    News Corp.: Fiscal 3Q Earnings Snapshot

    On a per-share basis, the New York-based company said it had a loss of $1.94. Earnings, adjusted for one-time gains and costs, were 6 cents per share. The publishing company whose flagship is The Wall ...

  • Media Stocks to Watch for Earnings on May 10: NWSA & AMCX
    Zackslast month

    Media Stocks to Watch for Earnings on May 10: NWSA & AMCX

    Although various micro and macro issues have overshadowed the current reporting cycle to an extent, it is on track to record one of the best quarterly performance.

  • Factors Setting the Tone for News Corp (NWSA) in Q3 Earnings
    Zackslast month

    Factors Setting the Tone for News Corp (NWSA) in Q3 Earnings

    News Corp (NWSA) diversifies revenue streams through strategic buyouts and operational enhancement. Soft print advertising remains a deterrent.

  • Bidding war for Sky looms as Comcast offers £22bn
    Sky News2 months ago

    Bidding war for Sky looms as Comcast offers £22bn

    US cable operator Comcast (Swiss: CMCSA.SW - news) has made a formal £22bn bid for Sky (Frankfurt: 893517 - news) , the owner of Sky News, in a move likely to stoke a bidding war for the UK company. Comcast, whose interests include the NBC TV network and the Universal Pictures movie studio, followed through on interest it registered back in February with an offer of £12.50 per share on Wednesday morning. The value of its bid put it ahead of the proposed deal Sky had with 21st Century Fox, which wants to clinch the 61% of Sky that it does not already own but is being held up by regulatory clearances.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    Cricket Australia bags billion-dollar rights deal

    Cricket Australia has signed a new six-year broadcast agreement worth A$1.2 billion ($935 million), the board said on Friday, allaying fears of a financial blow in the wake of last month's ball-tampering scandal in South Africa. Broadcaster Seven West Media and pay television company Foxtel, which is jointly owned by News Corp and Telstra Corp, secured the media rights, taking over from long-term cricket broadcaster Nine Entertainment . The deal was negotiated amid the fallout from the test match in South Africa during which Australia's players hatched a plan to tamper with the ball, only to be caught by cameras.

  • Disney must offer to buy all of Sky even if Fox plans blocked, Takeover Panel rules
    Sky News2 months ago

    Disney must offer to buy all of Sky even if Fox plans blocked, Takeover Panel rules

    Britain's Takeover Panel has ruled that Disney must offer to buy all of Sky (Frankfurt: 893517 - news) if it succeeds in its planned purchase of the majority of 21st Century Fox. It means that even if Fox's plans to take over Sky are blocked as a result of an investigation by competition regulators, Disney would still have to offer Sky's shareholders a deal at the same price of 1075p per share. The decision from the Takeover Panel, which applies City rules on takeovers and mergers under a code designed to ensure shareholders are treated fairly, disagreed with Disney's argument that it should not have to do so.

  • Fox offers to sell Sky News to Disney in takeover bid
    Sky News3 months ago

    Fox offers to sell Sky News to Disney in takeover bid

    21st Century Fox has offered to sell Sky News to Disney as it seeks to obtain regulatory clearance for its proposed takeover of the news channel's parent company Sky plc (Frankfurt: 893517 - news) . The proposal is one of two possible remedies offered by the US media giant to overcome objections to the takeover by the Competition and Markets Authority. The regulator said at the end of January that it was minded to block the proposed £17.5bn takeover on the grounds that it would give the Murdoch Family Trust - a major shareholder in both Fox and News Corporation (Frankfurt: A1W048 - news) , owner of The Sun, The Times and The Sunday Times - too much influence over the UK media.

  • Why Is News (NWSA) Up 1.5% Since Its Last Earnings Report?
    Zacks3 months ago

    Why Is News (NWSA) Up 1.5% Since Its Last Earnings Report?

    News (NWSA) reported earnings 30 days ago. What's next for the stock? We take a look at earnings estimates for some clues.

  • Telstra and News Corp sign Australia deal
    Reuters4 months ago

    Telstra and News Corp sign Australia deal

    Fox Sports is owned by News Corp, which also owns Foxtel jointly with Australia's Telstra. Telstra expects to record a one-off accounting gain, estimated at A$263 million (147.44 million pounds), as a result of the deal, it said in a separate statement.

  • Telstra and News Corp sign Australia deal
    Reuters4 months ago

    Telstra and News Corp sign Australia deal

    Fox Sports is owned by News Corp, which also owns Foxtel jointly with Australia's Telstra. Telstra expects to record a one-off accounting gain, estimated at A$263 million ($204 million), as a result of the deal, it said in a separate statement.

  • Reuters4 months ago

    Fox, Disney and now Comcast - a timeline of Sky takeover proposals

    U.S. cable giant Comcast (CMCSA.O) has offered to buy Sky (SKYB.L) for $31 billion in a surprise move, posing another hurdle to tycoon Rupert Murdoch's attempts to buy the broadcaster. Murdoch's Fox (FOXA.O) has agreed to buy the 61 percent of Sky it does not already own, but the deal has become bogged down in regulatory investigations. In the meantime, Fox has agreed to sell assets to Disney in a follow-on deal, including Sky.

  • Reuters4 months ago

    Fox, Disney and now Comcast - a timeline of Sky takeover proposals

    U.S. cable giant Comcast (CMCSA.O) has offered to buy Sky (SKYB.L) for $31 billion (22.30 billion pounds) in a surprise move, posing another hurdle to tycoon Rupert Murdoch's attempts to buy the broadcaster. Murdoch's Fox (FOXA.O) has agreed to buy the 61 percent of Sky it does not already own, but the deal has become bogged down in regulatory investigations. In the meantime, Fox has agreed to sell assets to Disney in a follow-on deal, including Sky.

  • Reuters - UK Focus4 months ago

    TIMELINE-Fox, Disney and now Comcast - a timeline of Sky takeover proposals

    U.S. cable giant Comcast (Swiss: CMCSA.SW - news) has offered to buy Sky (Frankfurt: 893517 - news) for $31 billion in a surprise move, posing another hurdle to tycoon Rupert Murdoch's attempts to buy the broadcaster. Murdoch's Fox has agreed to buy the 61 percent of Sky it does not already own, but the deal has become bogged down in regulatory investigations. In the meantime, Fox has agreed to sell assets to Disney in a follow-on deal, including Sky.

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