Unusual Volume Spikes For: The Walt Disney Company (NYSE:DIS)
- Author: Rita Burton Feb 09, 2017,
Feb 09, 2017, 0:39
Humana fourth-quarter net swung to a loss of $401 million. The company's quarterly performance represents a passimistic momentum of -30.08 percent, with a decline of -22.91 percent in the stock price over the last one month.
Tollbooth Index gained 15.74 to 11,379.08.
Media analyst Steve Cahall put a $130 price target for this year on shares of Disney, almost 20 percent higher than Wednesday's premarket price of $109. For DIS, the company now has $4.61 Billion of cash on the books, which is offset by $3.69 Billion current liabilities. Analysts, meanwhile, were expecting revenue of $15 billion.
"The park's rapidly growing popularity, its extremely high levels of guest satisfaction and the huge attendance during Chinese New Year add to our confidence in the resort's ability to reach break-even in this fiscal year", Iger said. The company had Year Ago Sales of $16.35 Billion. But even though the overall revenues for the quarter dropped, its Parks and Resorts revenue soared 6% to $4.55 billion, compared to last year's report of $4.28 billion.More news: Nicki Minaj Blasts Giuseppe Zanotti on Social Media
Iger reiterated that Disney was going to aggressively pursue more streaming options, with Iger intent on building up the company's digital empire, but gave no sign as to when any of this may come to fruition. The business had revenue of $13.14 billion for the quarter, compared to the consensus estimate of $13.71 billion.
Last May, following a 6 percent drop in stock after it failed to miss its revenue targets, and streaming analyst Dan Rayburn told Polygon it was only a matter of time before Disney started exploring its own direct-to-consumer streaming options. After the period that ended on 2016-12-31, Comcast Corporation (NASDAQ:CMCSA) reported an EPS actual of $0.89. It closed the session at $97.68 with a volume of 23008100 shares.
Operating income for Broadcasting, however, rose by 28% to US$379 million, thanks to affiliate revenue growth and decreased programming cost write-downs for network programming. Remember, too, that DIS has a number of other channels feeding into its broadcast revenues, in its ESPN, Disney and ABC network families. The Company operates in four business segments: Media Networks, Parks and Resorts, Studio Entertainment, and Consumer Products & Interactive Media. The investment management firm now holds a total of 180,936 shares of Walt Disney Co which is valued at $20,020,568 according to the information filed on Feb 1, 2017.Walt Disney Co makes up approximately 1.46% of Destination Wealth Management's portfolio.