Disney's FY20 Q3 Earnings (8/4/20)

hopemax

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I think they lumped in Consumer Products with the Theme Park numbers so you have merchandising sales in there too.
Exactly. Actual P&R results are likely the same 90%+ as the other guys, but CP gave them just enough buoys that they look better by comparison. Especially, to the more casual observer who isn't really paying attention to CP being in there now.
 

brb1006

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ParentsOf4

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Domestic theme park capex was $1.857M for the first 9 months of the current fiscal year, down from $2.491M for the same 9 months last year.

For the quarter, Domestic capex was $308M, down from last year's $813M.

With domestic depreciation at $426M for the quarter, this means that Disney effectively shut down all theme park investment.
 
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