- (0:45) - U.S. Withdraws From Iran Nuclear Deal
- (4:35) - Impact On Boeing
- (8:20) - Disney Earnings Report
- (14:45) - Nvidia Earnings Report
- (19:00) - Episode Roundup: Podcast@Zacks.com
On today’s episode of the Zacks Friday Finish Line, Associate Stock Strategist Ryan McQueeney and Editor Maddy Johnson take on this week’s biggest stories, including the economic effects of the ill-fated Iran nuclear deal, Disney’s Black Panther-fueled quarter, and Nvidia’s latest quarterly earnings report.
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First up, the hosts chatted about President Trump’s decision to withdraw the U.S. from the Iran nuclear deal. The decision was, of course, a polarizing one, but the reinstatement of economic sanctions on Iran will certainly have objective effects. Maddy and Ryan explained what this could mean for oil prices and Boeing (BA - Free Report) .
Next, Maddy and Ryan reviewed Disney’s (DIS - Free Report) new earnings report. The media giant’s first quarter was supported by the remarkable success of Black Panther, but it also saw continued weakness at ESPN. The hosts highlighted Disney’s upcoming movie slate and discussed why ESPN saw sluggish profits in the quarter.
Finally, Maddy and Ryan recapped the latest earnings results from Nvidia (NVDA - Free Report) , which once again included significantly-better-than-expected top- and bottom-line results. But was another great quarter from the GPU giant enough to satisfy investors? Check out today’s show to hear more!
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