Trefis Morning Coffee – Disney, Toyota, Intel, & Polo Ralph Lauren

by Trefis Team
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A couple quick thoughts to kick-start your Friday… Disney (NYSE:DIS) recently broke ground on its new Shanghai resort. Great news for Disney as it looks to further penetrate the Chinese market, but how much do parks and resorts really matter to the company’s overall stock value? Shifting focus to the auto sector, we take a look at Toyota’s (NYSE:TM) North American vehicle market share, and the potential impact of the devastating earthquake and tsunami that hit Japan in March.

Test your knowledge of Intel (NASDAQ:INTC) by taking a crack at our quiz of the day, and check out our full model for today’s free company, Polo Ralph Lauren (NYSE:RL).

Disney – Company of the Day

Disney broke ground on a new Disneyland theme park in Shanghai on Friday. The $4.4 billion resort is expected to be completed in 5 years and will be 43% owned by Disney, with the balance owned by the Shanghai Shendi Group. [1]

Disney parks and resorts makes up 8% of the company’s stock value by our estimates.

See our complete analysis of Disney stock

Toyota – Forecast of the Day

Almost 2/3 of Toyota’s suppliers from northeastern Japan have not yet recovered from the earthquake and tsunami that hit Japan in March, pressuring Toyota’s manufacturing capacity. The damage to Japanese sea ports could also hurt, in the short-term, Toyota’s vehicle exports as well as the supply of Japanese automotive parts to Toyota’s other international automobile manufacturing facilities.

See our complete analysis of Toyota stock

Intel – Quiz of the Day

Which product segment contributes the most to Intel’s stock value?

  1. Notebook Processors
  2. Server Processors
  3. Desktop Processors
  4. Mobile Chipsets

See our complete analysis of Intel stock

Polo Ralph Lauren – Today’s Free Company Model

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  1. The Wall Street Journal: Disney Breaks Ground on Shanghai Theme Park, April 2011 []
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