Shares of Dow component
(DIS - Get Report)
slipped after the close as the company posted below-consensus revenue in its fiscal first quarter.
For the three months ended Dec. 31, the Burbank, Calif.-based media and entertainment conglomerate reported earnings of $1.46 billion, or 80 cents a share, on revenue of $10.78 billion. The average estimate of analysts polled by
was for earnings of 71 cents a share on revenue of $11.18 billion.
The stock was last quoted at $40.40, down 1.4%, on volume of 1.7 million, according to
. Based on Tuesday's regular-session close at $40.98, the shares were up 8% so far in 2012.
Disney's studio entertainment unit experienced a year-over-year revenue decline of 16% to $1.62 billion in the latest quarter from $1.93 billion a year earlier because of "fewer Disney branded titles in wide theatrical release in the current quarter along with an adverse impact from the timing of title availabilities in television markets and lower DVD volumes," the company said.
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Written by Michael Baron in New York.
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