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Stocks are lower Wednesday afternoon after the Federal Reserve's 'Beige Book' reiterates a 'modest pace of growth' in the U.S. economy.
Nintendo shares shot up on Super Mario jumping into Apple's iOs.
Nintendo (NTDOY) announced today that it plans to release its 'Super Mario Run' game on Apple's (AAPL) App Store beginning in December.
Now that the 'Pokemon Go' craze has cooled off, investors are putting a freeze on Nintendo's stock. There's one place, however, for scorching video game profits.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin joined this morning's 'Squawk Alley' to report on the declining trends facing Nintendo's (NTDOY) Pokemon GO.
Pokemon Go is breathing new life into the brand, and NTDOY will see a continued benefit even if app play declines into the school year.
Fast food operator saw more than 20% jump in sales in July due to collaboration with Pokémon Go.
The wild success of Pokémon Go has sent shares of Nintendo up 50% in the past month. And there is more to come long term.
The app did $200 million in sales on Apple's App Store and Alphabet's Google Play.
Pokemon Go has sent shares of Nintendo up 50 percent in the past month and one fund manager says there is more content where that came from.
Under Armour is looking to bolster its standing in the Chinese market.
The Chinese market is key to the company's goal to reach $10 billion in sales by 2020.
Video game makers Electronic Arts and Activision Blizzard are scheduled to report quarterly results on August 2 and 4, respectively.
With results near, company encounters tough challenges in video game sector.
The alternate reality mobile gaming app has been downloaded over 75 million times in less than a month.
The mobile-gaming market is expected to surpass console games this year, according to Deloitte.
Oasis Management CIO Fischer called for Nintendo's (NTDOY) 'Pokemon Go' success in 2013 and thinks the new mobile app formula will continue to rally the company.
Shares of Nintendo (NTDOY) are down on Wednesday morning following 2017 Q1 losses and on the delay of 'Pokemon GO Plus.'
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said today that $235 billion would be injected into the economy.
Nintendo regains ground after Monday's selloff, while industrial exporters including Toyota decline.
GameStop could see a 65- to 200-basis-point upside due to Pokémon Go fever.
GameStop could see a 65- to 200-basis points upside due to Pokemon Go fever.
Nintendo (NTDOY) is falling in early morning trading on Monday as the company undervalued the impact of Pokemon Go on its earnings.
We all know a bear market is coming, but don't try to time it.
Verizon strikes a $4.8 billion deal to acquire Yahoo!'s core operations, while Tesla and SolarCity are closer to a merger agreement.
The Japanese group closes down almost 18% after it announces that the impact of the hit game will be limited.
Signs are indicating that the stock has climbed too fast, too soon. Here's why it might not be sustainable.
McDonald's Japan offers its restaurants as a playground, while the government intervenes with a nine-point safety plan.
Verizon is reportedly ready to take possession of Yahoo! while Pokémon Go goes live in Japan and breaks the Apple App Store record.
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