|Bid||141.58 x 900|
|Ask||141.79 x 800|
|Day's Range||140.53 - 142.95|
|52 Week Range||100.35 - 142.95|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||0.70|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||15.85|
|Earnings Date||Aug 5, 2019 - Aug 9, 2019|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||1.76 (1.33%)|
|1y Target Est||149.26|
The markets paused the rally when stocks closed lower on Tuesday after a Reuters report indicated President Trump’s intention in regards to trade negotiations. President Trump said on Tuesday that he is holding up the trade deal with China until Beijing agrees on as many as five “major points.”
This afternoon, shares of the Walt Disney Company (DIS) rallied after Morgan Stanley analyst Benjamin Swinburne raised his price target for the company. According to a CNBC report, the analyst now has a price target of $160 for the stock—much higher than his previous target of $135. Here's why.
Disney today revealed a sneak peek at some of the new collections and limited-edition sets attendees can get their hands on during D23 Expo 2019 at the Anaheim Convention Center from Aug 23–25. During the show, fans can scoop up never-before-seen collections across the three Disney-operated retail shops on the Expo floor: shopDisney.com | Disney store, The Dream Store, and Mickey’s of Glendale. D23 Expo 2019 attendees will be introduced to new collections that celebrate milestone anniversaries and fan-favorite characters across Disney, Pixar, Star Wars, and Marvel along with must-have official D23 Expo 2019 gear and accessories, nostalgic Disney Parks-inspired items, and limited-edition collectibles celebrating Walt Disney Imagineering’s heritage.
Morgan Stanley analyst Benjamin Swinburne sees Disney with 130 million global streaming subscribers in 5 years, and its stock trading at a premium to its market peers.
Investing - Stocks finished higher Thursday despite worries about Middle East tensions after two tankers were attacked in the Gulf of Oman.
Investing.com – Shares of Disney racked up gains on Thursday, as Morgan Stanley (NYSE:MS) said it expected the media giant's streaming services would win over new subscribers faster than previously expected.
Morgan Stanley raised its forecast for Disney as interest in the media giant's new streaming service puts it on a path for healthy profits.
The city of Anaheim has approved a handful of building permits for Disney's Marvel-inspired theme-park land in California for projects including bathroom construction, a microbrewery, a meet-and-greet area and a 2,071-square-foot merchandise outlet.
Both the apparel and cosmetics industries are major sources of waste, and chemicals often used to make fabrics and skincare products—such as microplastics, ingredient stabilizers and textile finishers—can be harmful. Startups like Evolved by Nature, to which Chanel will pay an undisclosed sum for a minority stake, seek to replace harsh synthetic additives with a new kind of silk. Someday, it might even find its way into one of Chanel’s $475 scarves.
Tim Allen, the voice of Buzz Lightyear, and Tom Hanks, the voice of Woody, from the upcoming film Toy Story 4 were present and helped to bring some joy to the patients at AdventHealth for Children by distributing toys to kids and families. Patients also were pleasantly surprised with photo opportunities with Toy Story characters and toy giveaways.
Disney rose sharply, closing in on a 142.47 buy point. RS line at new high, reflecting outperformance vs. the S&P 500. The stock already had big run in April on Disney+ unveiling. Morgan Stanley sees Disney having 133.3 million paid streaming subscribers by 2024, with 70 million from Disney+. It launches in Nov.