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'Lion King' lifts Disney earnings as streaming costs stay under budget

Reuters Thursday, 7 November 2019 ()
Walt Disney Co's popular theme parks and a remake of "The Lion King" pushed earnings past Wall Street targets on Thursday, and the company spent less than it had projected on its big plunge into streaming entertainment.
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Walt Disney&apos;s theme parks and a remake of &quot;The Lion King&quot; boosted quarterly earnings past Wall Street targets on Thursday as costs came in lower than expected for its big plunge into streaming entertainment. Yahaira Jacquez reports.

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