Disney World’s Magic Kingdom in Orlando, Florida.
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Wells Fargo on Tuesday said it expects Walt Disney (DIS) to “come out swinging” when the entertainment conglomerate reports fiscal first-quarter results early next month. At the Club, we’re slightly more cautious and will be looking closely for a detailed turnaround plan from CEO Bob Iger.
(With inputs from CNBC)