|Day Low/High||49.23 / 51.48|
|52 Wk Low/High||6.75 / 36.96|
These names are showing both technical and quantitative deterioration.
SeaWorld's charts look bullish.
Caesars shares are up more than 5% Monday.
MoneyShow.com contributors highlight their top picks among operators of amusement parks and entertainment centers.
Dow and S&P 500 move slightly deeper into record territory on 30th anniversary of the 1987 crash.
Questions over the inflation outlook and what it means for future rate hikes kept the Fed split at its September meeting, according to minutes.
Travelers Companies Inc. shares kept the Dow Jones Industrial Average afloat as insurance stocks enjoyed a rebound.
That Netflix documentary on the orcas did a number on them.
Another rise in Apple Inc. shares pulled the Dow into the green.
The rumor mill is churning on Tuesday morning and the target today is entertainment company SeaWorld Entertainment
Hill Path Capital raised its stake in SeaWorld Entertainment SEAS.
Wall Street came off of the day's highs late in the session on worries over how President Trump will handle the Syrian civil war and relations with China.
Stocks churn around the flatline to end the week as a selloff in health care counters gains seen elsewhere.
Citi is bearish on SeaWorld's expected EBITDA rebound.
The theatrical release of 'Betting on Zero' is only secondary.
California district Judge Jeffrey White ruled that a group of consumers can pursue their claims against SeaWorld.
Tilikum's death comes days after SeaWorld San Diego put on its final orca show.
SeaWorld will end its San Diego orca show on Sunday as it looks to close the chapter on its much-criticized killer whale shows.
Stocks traded at new records as the energy sector moved higher and the Fed met to discuss interest rates.
Stocks made away with slight gains as Wall Street shrugged off crude oil's first loss in five sessions.
SeaWorld announced that it will cut 320 jobs amid continued restructuring efforts.