Japan stocks continue to slide, falling to their lowest settlement in more than six weeks, as the yen heads higher against the greenback.
Losses on Wall Street, gains for the yen, thin-volume volatility -- these are some of the reasons being given for the weakness in Japanese shares Tuesday morning, as the Nikkei Average lost 1.6% to 16,815, falling back below the 17,000 level for the first time since mid November.
One company that looks well positioned for a solid gain, but has been overlooked by investors lately, is Nintendo, the stock of which company has actually seen rising estimates over the past one month....
Nintendo Co. looks like it is finally going to be able to celebrate this Christmas. The video game maker lost ¥23.2 billion last year but is making a surprising comeback with hit game titles like “Super Smash Bros.” and a new line of interactive figurines called Amiibo.
Nintendo Co. (7974) looks like it's finally going to be able to celebrate this Christmas. The Japanese game maker that lost 23.2 billion yen ($193 million) last year is on a surprising comeback with hit ...
Jefferies downgraded Nintendo Co., Ltd (ADR) (OTC: NTDOY ) from Hold to Underperform Friday. Analyst Atul Goyal made the downgrade “as the recent price has taken it out of its trading range (¥10.5K-14K) ...
Is Nintendo Co., Ltd. planning for a day without consoles? A patent filed by the Kyoto, Japan-based video game giant with the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office is looking to allow players to enjoy classic Game Boy games on their smartphones and on displays in planes.
Nintendo Co., LTD. filed an application on Thursday with the United States Patent & Trademark Office for “Hand-Held Video Game Platform Emulation.” The patent would cover the use of video game software from the Nintendo Game Boy “on a low-capability target … Continue reading →
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