Disney (DIS), in an effort to boost attendance, is offering reduced prices for kids aged 3 to 9 at Disney Land and Disney World starting October 24. Tickets can be used from January to March 2024. Walmart (WMT) is warning against the rising popularity of weight loss drugs. In an interview with Bloomberg, Walmart's Head of U.S. Operations John Furner disclosed the drugs are causing a "slight pullback" from shoppers, based on consumer data. Saturday Night Live announced its return after the end of the writers' strike. Show alum Pete Davidson will host and rapper Ice Spice is set to be the musical guest, with the season premiere to air on October 14. For more expert insight and the latest market action, click here to watch this full episode of Yahoo Finance Live.
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