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Stocks ended lower Wednesday as investors found little in Donald Trump's State of the Union address to warrant extending recent market gains.
The media company posts stronger-than-expected first-quarter earnings but cautions that its transition to broadcasting its own content on the Disney+ platform would hit its bottom line.
Twenty First Century Fox posted stronger-than-expected second quarter earnings Wednesday and said it expects the sale of its media assets to Walt Disney in the first half of this year.
Both the bulls and the bears have a point.
Among other things, the media giant signaled it wants to launch Hulu in more countries and provide discounts to consumers who sign up for multiple services.
Disney's parks could promote more strong earnings in 2019.
Jim Cramer's thoughts on ESPN+ and Disney+ and Disney's earnings.
Watch as Jim Cramer breaks down today's earnings news.
Jim discusses why we are looking for a down market to buy names in our bullpen, Disney's quarterly results and its strong branding, Viacom, and much more!
Disney could make a buck on a bet it is ignoring.
This quarter has set DIS up nicely to deliver a real growth strategy at the April Investor Day and that will be the key driver of the stock.
Jim Cramer talks all things earnings with Spotify, Disney and Take-Two. He also weighs in on what the departure of Apple's head of retail means for the iPhone maker.
Like it or not, Disney is embracing the capital-intensive Netflix strategy.
Disney is drawing mixed reactions as key catalysts remain out of first quarter view.
The Walt Disney Company ("TWDC") (NYSE: DIS) announces the extension of the expiration date of the offers to exchange (the "Exchange Offers") any and all outstanding notes (the "21CFA Notes") issued by 21st Century Fox America, Inc.
The technical signs suggest buyers of the House of Mouse have become slightly more aggressive in recent weeks.
Focus on individual stock picking, and take a look at small-caps, as earnings season continues.
U.S. stock futures mixed as investors remain worried the U.S. and China could fail to reach a trade agreement following Donald Trump's State of the Union address; Walt Disney rises as earnings beat estimates but expenses could rise from the company's new digital offerings; Snap soars as losses narrow and its user growth stabilizes.
Global stocks drifted lower Wednesday as investors found little from within President Donald Trump's State of the Union Address to extend recent market gains and worried that the lack of detail on progress in trade talks with China raises the risk of the two sides failing to reach an agreement by their self-imposed March 2 deadline.
As investors digest another round of earnings from Disney, here's a look at how Disney grew into an entertainment powerhouse.
Adjusted earnings per share of $1.86 breezed past expectations of $1.54 per share.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose Tuesday ahead of Donald Trump's State of the Union address.
Disney shares are popping after hours as the company beat on quarterly profit expectations.
The company reported a 7% jump in media network revenues.
The Walt Disney Company (NYSE: DIS) today reported quarterly earnings for its first fiscal quarter ended December 29, 2018.
I expect we'll see a 4% to 6% move over the next week and I'm playing it as such.
Jim discusses the quarterly earnings results of BP Plc, Alphabet, and Viacom; and talks about a number of other portfolio holdings including Amazon, Apple and Disney.
The studios is where the uneven comparison really is.
The selloff in Alphabet presents opportunity, and I think this cash machine is ripe for a small long position.
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