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DIS Has Received A Buy Rating

The stocks of DIS have been given a rating of buy from around thirty-four brokerages that have been covering the stocks of the firm. According to a report, one of the research equities has given the company a rating of sell, while seven of them have given it a recommendation of hold. Close to twenty-one analysts have provided the company with a rating of buy. Currently, the price target of DIS over a period of a year is $182.65. 

The Stock Commentary on DIS

There have been quite a few research equities that have commented on the stocks of DIS. JPMorgan Chase & Co has already increased the price target of the company from $210 to $220, along with a rating of overweight in a 12th February research report. The Bank of America has also increased the rating of the company to a buy with a price target of $223.

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Moffett Nathanson has also increased the price target of the company from $160 to $180, in a 15th January research report. In the end, Zacks Investment Research increased the rating of the company from sell to hold with a price target of $193 in a 22nd February research report. 

The stocks of DIS opened up on Thursday at $0.86. The year low of the company is $92.10, while the year high has been set at $203.02. The moving average price of the company over a period of 50 days is $189.80, while the moving average price of the company over a period of two-hundred days is $158.37. The current ratio of the company is 1.32, while they also enjoy a 1.26 quick ratio, with a 0.60 debt-to-equity ratio. The market cap of the firm is $333.75 billion with a -115.14 PE ratio. 

The company did update its previous quarterly results on the 10th of February. DIS did report an EPS of around $0.32 which competed against the consensus estimate of about $0.45. The company had a net margin of -4.38%, with a 4.05% return on their equity. 

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