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Disney stock hits record high after surprise details about streaming service

Walt Disney Co. stock surged Friday to a record high after the entertainment company offered more information than expected about its strategy to succeed in the burgeoning streaming video market.

Disney's stock shot up 11.5 percent to $130.06 a share - an all-time high

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