Ahead of the annual TEA attendance soothsaying survey, Disney's quarterly report is being loudly hyped by business media.
CNBC: "Higher ticket prices didn't deter tourists from taking trips to Disney theme parks during its second quarter. The company, which reported earnings Wednesday after the closing bell, said guests spent more and stayed longer during their time at Disney parks and on cruises in the quarter, boosting revenue 5% to $6.2 billion during the three-month period ended March 30. This is good news for Disney as it is about to open what some consider its most anticipated theme park expansion land ever — Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge."Tweet