|Day Low/High||41.13 / 41.53|
|52 Wk Low/High||31.38 / 54.48|
Markets were able to come up off their session lows right before the closing bell.
Investor confidence is the highest its been in 17 years, according to a Wells Fargo/Gallup survey.
Fernando Alonso is set to become the first F1 driver with an eSports team, Pokemon's latest launch shows it is still a monster, while EA's loot boxes could soon get the gambling treatment.
Viewership was down 20% year to year.
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Look out below, investors.
Nintendo finally released its much awaited new game console, the Nintendo Switch, on March 3.
Nintendo unveils its brand-new gaming system and TheStreet has the inside scoop.
Gamers are balking at the cost to unlock content in Nintendo's new mobile game 'Super Mario Run.'
The Dow Jones Industrial Average held slight weekly gains even in a down day for Wall Street.
Did you know Nintendo's most famous plumber's name was not originally Mario? In fact, he did not even start as a plumber.
U.S. stocks edge higher at the open Thursday on the heels of the Fed's decision to raise interest rates and positive consumer price data.
Kids are asking for them and parents are struggling to find them. We run down the most popular toys of 2016.
U.S. stocks settled narrowly mixed as questions over the Fed's rate hike plans continued to roil markets.
Nintendo shares shot up on Super Mario jumping into Apple's iOs.
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.
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.
The Chinese market is key to the company's goal to reach $10 billion in sales by 2020.
With results near, company encounters tough challenges in video game sector.
The mobile-gaming market is expected to surpass console games this year, according to Deloitte.
GameStop could see a 65- to 200-basis points upside due to Pokemon Go fever.
We all know a bear market is coming, but don't try to time it.
The red-hot title is offering unprecedented opportunities in mobile gaming.
Nintendo’s momentum could pull sales away from competing publishers.
What will Nintendo do with the huge hit on their hands?