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Disney Stock Price Drops Below $100 For First Time Since March 2020

Stock for The Walt Disney Company has dropped below $100 for the first time since March 2020, when it dropped to $85.98 immediately after Disney Parks closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

The stock price dropped to $100 in late May. As of 9:36 a.m. today, June 14, the stock price was $95.51.

Disney’s stock peaked last year at $201.91 on March 8, 2021, before settling around the $170-180 range between June and November. Since November, Disney’s stock has slowly slipped over time, save for a couple of short jumps in value.

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Chapek’s ongoing issues are likely weighing on the stock. It seems that the investment community doesn’t agree with the Board’s statement of support and wants a change at the top.

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  1. If Disney does not get rid of Woke and all of the leadership who are supporting Woke and that are letting the liberal politicians bully them into keeping Woke the Disney stock will keep going down until it is worthless. This is to the vast majority of non Woke Castmembers do not allow yourselves to be bullied by the minority Woke Castmembers stand up to them. You are trying to save Walt Disney’s Disney Co. & getting rid of the Woke Disney Co. So hold the line!!

  2. Look stocks go up and down all the time. I’m sure Chapeck has nothing to do with it.

  3. As a stockholder I would like to see a change in management the sooner the better

  4. maybe if they would leave splash mountain alone this wouldnt be happening

  5. I would say this is conjecture, “ It seems that the investment community doesn’t agree with the Board’s statement of support and wants a change at the top.”. If you haven’t noticed, most stocks have fallen pretty far in price lately, we are now in a bear market and the beginning of a recession.

  6. How low can they let this go before the board does something? I’m starting to question the board’s credibility now….

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