The price increases had its intended effect. Or is this a lagging indicator of where the economy is going.
"The theme park giant reported $3.92 billion in revenue for the second quarter ending April 2, a 4 percent increase from $3.76 billion reported the same time last year. Revenue for the first six months of the fiscal year was up 7 percent to $8.2 billion from $7.67 billion reported the first six months of Disney's 2015 fiscal year."
"Attendance at our domestic theme parks was relatively flat, as an increase at Disneyland Resort was offset by a modest decrease at Walt Disney World Resort," said the company's release.Tweet
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