Showbiz stocks still slumping

Szalai, Georg; Woodson, Alex
October 2005
Hollywood Reporter -- International Edition;10/4/2005, Vol. 391 Issue 11, p13
The article presents information about the stock prices of companies in the entertainment industry in the U.S. Sony Corp.'s U.S. depository shares were down 14.5% from their December 31, 2004 closing price as of third quarter's end after being off 11.6% at the close of first-half 2005, according to Yahoo! Finance. Shares of News Corp. Ltd. and the Walt Disney Co. also fell a little compared with second quarter's end and traded down 13.6% and 13.2%, respectively, as of Friday's stock market close. Among the sector biggies, Time Warner, which was off 14.1% as of June 30, 2005, made up the most ground in the latest quarter but remains down 6.6% for the year.


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