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DallasNews: Despite Positive Developments, The Path Still Seems Too Tough

Nov. 02, 2021 1:28 PM ETDallasNews Corporation (DALN)10 Comments
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  • DallasNews has weathered the novel coronavirus pandemic surprisingly well.
  • The Dallas Morning News seems to be hanging in, while the marketing businesses have stabilized after customer losses in past years.
  • Yet by the company's own admission, growth still is some time away, and in the meantime a still-strong balance sheet is likely to erode.
  • DallasNews is a company worth rooting for, but DALN stock remains a tough name to own.
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2021 performance for DallasNews (NASDAQ:DALN) seems surprisingly positive. Despite the novel coronavirus pandemic, and continuing pressure on newspapers nationwide, results here have held up — and so has DALN stock.

Indeed, shares are up 15% so far this year. Including a healthy dividend

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