Services Sector Stocks In Aggressive Mood – DIS, SPLS, NWSA, WU, CBS
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Today’s focus is on: NYSE:DIS, NASDAQ:SPLS, NASDAQ:NWSA, NYSE:WU, NYSE:CBS
Shares of Walt Disney Company (NYSE:DIS) plunged on Thursday after it reported that its net income in the newest quarter surged 14% thanks to an uptick in revenue driven by advanced consumer spending at its theme parks and on its cruise ships.
The quarter results for September were in line with analyst prospects. But several fears about the advertising environment emerged.
As the quarter results came a week following Walt Disney Company (NYSE:DIS) declaring that it would purchase Lucas film Ltd. for $4.05B and revive the “Star Wars” franchise with a novel trilogy starting in 2015.
Net income in the quarter to Sept. 29 moved up to $1.24B, or 68 cents a share, from $1.09B, or 58 cents per share, a year before.
Adjusted earnings of 68 cents a share matched the anticipations of analysts polled by FactSet.
Revenue moved up 3% to $10.78B, slightly under the $10.93B analysts anticipated.
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Staples, Inc. (NASDAQ:SPLS) stock reported the loss of -3.59% and closed at $11.29 with the total traded volume of 17.62 million shares. Its price to earnings ratio ended at 8.49 and its earning per share was $1.33. Its market capitalization is $7.70 billion. The stock owned by Financial Institutions was 94.10% while by insiders was 0.45%. Staples, Inc. (NASDAQ:SPLS) is an office products company. Staples, Inc. (NASDAQ:SPLS) operates in three business segments: North American Delivery, North American Retail and International Operations.
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News Corp (NASDAQ:NWSA) percentage change fell -1.26% to close at $24.36 with the total traded volume of 16.15 million shares, more than the average volume of 14.61 million. Its 52 weeks price change was 41.88%. Its market capitalization is $57.67 billion.
News Corp (NASDAQ:NWSA)’s earning per share was $0.44 with the net profit margin of 4.17% and its operating margin was 6.56%. It gained 4.31% return on equity.
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The Western Union Company (NYSE:WU) declined -1.27% to close at $12.39 with the overall traded volume of 14.11 million shares. Its total outstanding shares are 598.60 million with the market capitalization of $7.42 billion.
The Western Union Company (NYSE:WU)’s 5 years revenue rate remained 4.20%. Its debt to equity was 2.99. Its beta value stands at 1.44 times and return on investment was 15.20%.
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CBS Corporation (NYSE:CBS) reported the increase of +1.06% to close at $34.36 with the overall traded volume of 12.88 million shares. Its market capitalization was $21.83 billion. Its debt to equity ratio was 0.67. Its beta value stands at 2.25 times and return on equity was 14.79%.
CBS Corporation (NYSE:CBS) has the total of 640.03 million outstanding shares as compared to 596.56 million shares that were floated in the market.
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