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Disney is a high-quality business, but we'd wait for at least a 10% discount to our fair value estimate before getting excited about investing, says Morningstar’s Neil Macker.
Wide-moat Disney has mastered the process of monetizing new franchises across its multiple platforms, deepening its content library and generating value over time.
Markets editor Jeremy Glaser examines how hurricane cleanup may impact the insurance and energy sectors, what a senior leadership cleanup at Apple means for the firm, and more.
Five stats from the market and the stories behind them. This week: the Bank of England gets explicit, housing reform at the door, and a good deal delivered to Washington Post shareholders.
Draghi drops a hint, Whole Foods takes a hit, and Alibaba's impending IPO raises questions for Yahoo.
Ignorance, disregard, and befuddlement ensure that closed-end funds will remain opportunistic investments.
On Tuesday, Walt Disney DIS revealed long-rumored reorganization plans for its movie studio. We're comfortable with the firm's decision to cut the number of films that its Walt Disney Studios unit will develop each year to 12 or so, with 10 of those films carrying the Disney brand; the others will ...