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Fox Corporation (FOXA)

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29.85-0.10 (-0.33%)
At close: 04:00PM EST
29.55 -0.30 (-1.01%)
After hours: 08:00PM EST
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Previous Close29.95
Open29.89
Bid0.00 x 1000
Ask0.00 x 2900
Day's Range29.62 - 30.11
52 Week Range28.51 - 36.17
Volume2,577,362
Avg. Volume3,722,163
Market Cap13.601B
Beta (5Y Monthly)0.82
PE Ratio (TTM)17.46
EPS (TTM)1.71
Earnings DateMay 07, 2024 - May 13, 2024
Forward Dividend & Yield0.52 (1.74%)
Ex-Dividend DateMar 05, 2024
1y Target Est35.11
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    Disney-Fox-WBD sports bundle fears are overblown: S&P Global

    As streaming competitors digest the news of a joint sports streaming venture involving Disney's ESPN (DIS), Warner Bros. Discovery (WBD), and Fox (FOX, FOXA), S&P Global believes investor fears may be overblown concerning bundling services' position against TV packages. Yahoo Finance Entertainment Reporter Alexandra Canal breaks down the details and what "skinny bundle" offerings mean for ESPN. For more expert insight and the latest market action, click here to watch this full episode of Yahoo Finance Live. Editor's note: This article was written by Luke Carberry Mogan.

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    'No way prices will not continue to escalate': FuboTV CEO on future of sports streaming

    Watching your favorite sport is about to get a lot more expensive, one streamer is warning.

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    Disney-WBD-Fox sports bundle 'borderline racketeering': Fubo CEO

    FuboTV (FUBO) has sued Disney (DIS), Warner Bros. Discovery (WBD), and Fox (FOXA, FOX) to block the three's planned sports streaming joint venture. Addressing this anti-trust suit, Fubo Co-founder and CEO David Gandler called this union of media giants a "sports cartel" aimed at stifling competition. Gandler sits down with Yahoo Finance Live to discuss how these media companies have "utilized pernicious MFNs [Most Favoured Nations clauses] to distort pricing," driving up Fubo's cost of operations and forcing it to bundle more of its content together. "This is almost borderline racketeering because what's happening in the industry is that the media companies are saying, 'look, if you want the full bundle, go get a paid TV subscription,' and at the same time, they're taking certain pieces of content out of the bundle to force the consumer to get that one extra game or two extra games to pay for another service," Gandler explains. "They're basically double paying in more than, I would say, 30 to 50% of cases for the same content. For more expert insight and the latest market action, click here to watch this full episode of Yahoo Finance Live. Editor's note: This article was written by Luke Carberry Mogan.