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Disney hit record high ahead earnings
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Walt Disney hit the all-time high on Monday. Investors are waiting for the next catalyst to drive the stock further up. It won’t take too long as this Thursday Disney reports its earnings at 23:30 MT time (GMT+2). Analysts are expecting $15.89 billion in sales and -$0.33 loss per share.
How earnings will impact Disney?
If the actual results are greater than the market estimate, Disney may reach new records.
In the opposite scenario, if results come out worse than anticipated, Disney will drop.
Disney isn't at its best now
The Covid-19 pandemic hit hard the House of Mouse as the company was forced to shut down its shops and Disneylands amid lockdowns and thus lost a lot of its customers. Disney tried to join the overall digitalization with its streaming platform Disney+, which should help to offset the losses. Actually, the streaming platform has nearly 90 million subscribers now.
Disney has been trading in an uptrend since February. If earnings come better, the stock will have a chance to rise to the key psychological mark of $200.00. On the flip side, the move below the low of February 3 at $176.00 will press the price down to the next support of $168.00.
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