Walt Disney

+$0.15 (+0.2%)
Closing price May 26, 2023
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Disney’s stock is likely to lag the market for some time.
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Tesla got a lift on Thursday and Disney was punished. Friday was off to a better start for both. Only Bitcoin seemed to be struggling a bit.
Disney disappointed investors, both with its current report and CEO Robert Iger's weak proposal to fix things. And Robinhood is set to become the first U.S. exchange to offer 24-hour trading.
Bob Iger envisioned streaming as Disney’s future the last time he was CEO. It was not.
If you were short Upstart stock Wednesday morning, your day was off to a bad start. Will Disney be able to do any better when it reports results after markets close?
Walt Disney reports fiscal second-quarter results after U.S. markets close on Wednesday. Analysts are bullish on the stock, but is that optimism justified?
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Meta Platforms reported a solid beat on both the top and bottom lines after markets closed on Wednesday, sending shares up more than 10% in Thursday's premarket.
Bob Iger, the returned chief executive, is supposed to be Disney’s savior. Are layoffs his only option?
Equities traded higher in premarket action Tuesday. Tesla, which dropped big on Monday, was steadying, while AMC tanked on a proposed settlement to a shareholder lawsuit.
Chipmaker Intel told investors that it would be shipping new chips sooner than expected, and Disney pulled a fast one on Florida's state government.
Returning CEO Bob Iger was supposed to save Disney. Instead, he savaged the workforce.