NTDOY - Nintendo Co., Ltd.

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34.25
-1.89 (-5.23%)
As of 11:21AM EST. Market open.
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Previous Close36.14
Open34.25
Bid0.00 x 0
Ask0.00 x 0
Day's Range34.01 - 34.40
52 Week Range34.01 - 58.45
Volume335,410
Avg. Volume309,021
Market Cap32.308B
Beta (3Y Monthly)1.85
PE Ratio (TTM)23.74
EPS (TTM)1.44
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield0.66 (1.84%)
Ex-Dividend Date2018-03-28
1y Target Est73.66
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  • New Hex-Nut Pokemon to Boost Nintendo's (NTDOY) Switch Sales
    Zacks2 hours ago

    New Hex-Nut Pokemon to Boost Nintendo's (NTDOY) Switch Sales

    Nintendo (NTDOY) launches new games and bolsters partnerships to strengthen Switch sales in the holiday season.

  • Nintendo Investors Need to Netflix. And Chill
    Bloombergyesterday

    Nintendo Investors Need to Netflix. And Chill

    (Bloomberg Opinion) -- A 4 percent rebound in Nintendo Co. shares Monday morning brought a five-day, 14 percent slide to a halt.

  • Why Nintendo Is Down 15% in 2018 Year to Date
    Motley Fool2 days ago

    Why Nintendo Is Down 15% in 2018 Year to Date

    After posting big gains last year, its stock has cooled off in 2018.

  • Pokemon Let’s Go Launch: 12 Things for Players to Know
    InvestorPlace4 days ago

    Pokemon Let’s Go Launch: 12 Things for Players to Know

    Here are a few things for players to know about the new Pokemon Let’s Go games. Instead, the two games act as spinoffs that are connected to the Pokemon Go mobile game. Rather than battle, players will instead catch Pokemon in these games by throwing Pokeballs at them.

  • InvestorPlace4 days ago

    Should You Buy Nvidia Stock During Its ‘Crypto Hangover’?

    On Thursday in the lead up to the company’s third-quarter earnings report, Nvidia (NASDAQ:NVDA) investors were feeling pretty good. After a dismal forecast for Q4 that’s being blamed largely on a lasting “crypto hangover,” Nvidia stock was down as much as 19% in early morning trading, dipping under $165 at one point. Nvidia reported its Q3 earnings on Thursday evening.

  • Nintendo’s Reggie Fils-Aime: The holiday season is ‘critically important to our company’
    Yahoo Finance4 days ago

    Nintendo’s Reggie Fils-Aime: The holiday season is ‘critically important to our company’

    Nintendo of America President Reggie Fils-Aime talks about the importance of the holiday sales season and Nintendo's future.

  • Nintendo won't release an N64 Classic anytime soon
    Engadget4 days ago

    Nintendo won't release an N64 Classic anytime soon

    Naturally, everyone thought the N64 Classic was next (with both an earlier trademark filing and controller patent adding fuel to the fire). According to Nintendo America President Reggie Fils-Aime, the company has no plans to release an N64 Classic now, next month, or for the foreseeable future. Speaking to Kotaku, Fils-Aime said the first two Classic series were basically designed to plug the year-long gap between the end of the Wii U and the arrival of the Switch.

  • Reuters4 days ago

    Nikkei falls as Nvidia's poor results dent chip sector; Nintendo dives

    Japan's Nikkei fell on Friday as a drop in semiconductor-related stocks weighed after U.S. chip designer Nvidia Corp disappointed the market with worse-than-expected earnings, while Nintendo also fell ...

  • Financial Times4 days ago

    [$$] Nintendo drops 10% after Daiwa cuts price target

    Nintendo’s shares fell more than 10 per cent on Friday, the largest drop since 2016, after Daiwa Securities cut its target price for the stock. Analyst Takao Suzuki said Daiwa had retained its “buy” rating for Nintendo following an interview with company officials but cut its price target from ¥55,200 ($459) to ¥54,200 and lowered its forecast for operating profit by ¥9bn for the twelve months through March 2020, to ¥369bn. Daiwa did, however, raise its forecast for the current financial year by ¥2bn to ¥265bn.

  • Nintendo Bets New Hex-Nut Pokémon Will Boost Switch Sales
    Bloomberg5 days ago

    Nintendo Bets New Hex-Nut Pokémon Will Boost Switch Sales

    Let’s Go Pikachu and Let’s Go Eevee went on sale Friday globally, the first titles from the popular series for Nintendo’s newest console. Nintendo is aiming to boost Switch sales during an otherwise lackluster year for software releases. By comparison, the Pokémon series have sold 101 million titles on Nintendo devices since 2004, second only to the Super Mario franchise with 121 million, according to Nintendo’s data.

  • Nintendo Bets New Hex-Nut Pokémon Will Boost Switch Sales
    Bloomberg5 days ago

    Nintendo Bets New Hex-Nut Pokémon Will Boost Switch Sales

    Let’s Go Pikachu and Let’s Go Eevee went on sale Friday globally, the first titles from the popular series for Nintendo’s newest console. Nintendo is aiming to boost Switch sales during an otherwise lackluster year for software releases. By comparison, the Pokémon series have sold 101 million titles on Nintendo devices since 2004, second only to the Super Mario franchise with 121 million, according to Nintendo’s data.

  • 'Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu' and 'Let's Go, Eevee' review: A little old, a little new
    Yahoo Finance7 days ago

    'Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu' and 'Let's Go, Eevee' review: A little old, a little new

    'Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu' and 'Pokémon: Let's Go, Eevee' mix the gameplay style of both 'Pokémon Go, and the series classic games to create a new addictive experience.

  • YouTube arrives on the Nintendo Switch
    TechCrunch12 days ago

    YouTube arrives on the Nintendo Switch

    Nintendo has sold over 22 millionSwitch consoles since launch, with plans to sell another 20 million this financial year. Thus far, only Hulu has managed to get aboard the Switch train. Switch owners can download the YouTube app here.

  • Super Smash Bros. Ultimate gets new characters and a social video platform
    TechCrunch19 days ago

    Super Smash Bros. Ultimate gets new characters and a social video platform

    Super Smash Bros. Ultimate isn’t out until December 7, but Nintendo’s been doing an admirable job milking the fighting game for announcements since it was unveiled back at E3. The company held another Nintendo Direct this morning, to offer up a few more morsels without about a month out from launch. Details are still pretty thin, with the promise of more to be “revealed in the future,” but Nintendo says it will allow players a place to “post and watch videos, as well as other fun features.” Essentially, it’s a way to dip a toe into the smartphone market without going all-in by way of a Smash Bros. mobile game.

  • Get your first look at the 'Super Smash Bros. Ultimate' Adventure Mode
    Engadget19 days ago

    Get your first look at the 'Super Smash Bros. Ultimate' Adventure Mode

    Super Smash Bros. Ultimateis getting a single-player mode, and the latest Nintendo Direct offered a first glimpse on what to expect when the game launches on December 7th. It shows dozens of well-known Nintendo characters lining up on a cliff edge, ready to battle Master Hands that descend from the sky. Nintendo is keeping most of the mode's details under wraps until SSBU launches on Nintendo Switch, though it seems to tie into the Spirits mode.

  • Reuters21 days ago

    Nikkei bounces as chip sector tracks U.S. gains

    Japan's Nikkei bounced to a one-week high on Thursday as chip-related stocks surged in line with their U.S. counterparts, while attention remained on first-half earnings results from the likes of Sony and Nintendo. Chip equipment makers jumped, after the Philadelphia SE Semiconductor index surged 4.2 percent overnight and helped U.S. chip shares outperform. Tokyo Electron rallied 2.7 percent and Advantest Corp, which raised its full-year operating profit forecast by 45 percent to 53 billion yen, jumped 20 percent.

  • Nintendo's Switch Struggles to Keep Up With Sony's Older PS4
    Bloomberg21 days ago

    Nintendo's Switch Struggles to Keep Up With Sony's Older PS4

    Quarterly figures from the two video-gaming rivals showed that Sony is benefiting from its best-ever console cycle, while Nintendo is struggling to expand sales of its play-at-home-or-on-the-go machine. Sony boosted its operating profit forecast yet again, results on Tuesday showed, while Nintendo missed estimates and kept its outlook intact. Sony shares jumped the most in a year on Wednesday, while Nintendo fell.

  • Nintendo's Switch Struggles to Keep Up With Sony's Older PS4
    Bloomberg21 days ago

    Nintendo's Switch Struggles to Keep Up With Sony's Older PS4

    Quarterly figures from the two video-gaming rivals showed that Sony is benefiting from its best-ever console cycle, while Nintendo is struggling to expand sales of its play-at-home-or-on-the-go machine. Sony boosted its operating profit forecast yet again, results on Tuesday showed, while Nintendo missed estimates and kept its outlook intact. Sony shares jumped the most in a year on Wednesday, while Nintendo fell.

  • The Wall Street Journal21 days ago

    [$$] Nintendo CEO Optimistic That Switch Consoles Will Hit Sales Goal

    OSAKA, Japan—Nintendo Co.’s chief executive said the company was on track to sell 20 million Switch consoles this fiscal year as planned, despite falling expectations from analysts, who cited a dearth of new hit games. “The Switch’s momentum has been in line with our expectations,” Chief Executive Shuntaro Furukawa said at a news conference. Analysts generally believe Nintendo will fall short.

  • Sony (SNE) vs. Nintendo (NTDOY): Who Had the Better Earnings Report?
    Zacks21 days ago

    Sony (SNE) vs. Nintendo (NTDOY): Who Had the Better Earnings Report?

    Video game and electronics companies Nintendo (NTDOY) and Sony (SNE) recently reported their quarterly earnings. Sony posted better than expected earnings, whereas Nintendo missed expectations.

  • How Nintendo Transformed Gaming
    Market Realist21 days ago

    How Nintendo Transformed Gaming

    The Atari home console was instrumental in bringing the video game technology from the Research Lab and from the ether into people’s homes, where you had people playing video games sitting around the TV, the family getting together, your neighbors getting together. Then, in 1985, the Nintendo Entertainment System, NES, came out.

  • InvestorPlace21 days ago

    Nintendo Delivers Record Quarter, But Misses Estimates

    Nintendo (OTCMKTS:NTDOY) reported its second-quarter results yesterday, and delivered another record quarter along with yet another Switch milestone. Slowing Switch momentum continues to make investors nervous and Nintendo stock is down 1.89%. Software sales were up significantly compared to a year ago, with 24.2 million units sold, compared to the 13.9 million units Nintendo sold last year.

  • Nintendo turns to old favorites Mario and Pokémon to hit lofty Switch target
    TechCrunch21 days ago

    Nintendo turns to old favorites Mario and Pokémon to hit lofty Switch target

    Nintendo is betting that two of its most-beloved franchises -- Mario and Pokémon -- can help it hit its lofty goal of selling 20 million Switch consoles this financial year. The company made the bold prediction at the start of its financial year and now, six months later, the Switch sales count stands at 5.07 million units going into the festive period, as according to the company's latest financials. Nintendo will be hoping for a big boost towards its goal around Christmas but, as The Verge notes, it sold 'just' 7.23 million units during Christmas 2017.

  • Nintendo’s Reggie Fils-Aime: The holiday season is ‘critically important to our company’
    Yahoo Finance Video5 days ago

    Nintendo’s Reggie Fils-Aime: The holiday season is ‘critically important to our company’

    Nintendo is looking to step up its game against some hot competition from Sony and Microsoft. Yahoo Finance’s Alexis Christoforous and Dan Howley discuss.

  • Nintendo will beat Sony in the mobile gaming market: Anal...
    CNBC Videos21 days ago

    Nintendo will beat Sony in the mobile gaming market: Anal...

    "Steady earnings delivery" will drive Nintendo's stock price higher, says Atul Goyal of Jefferies. The consumer electronics company's quarterly profit grew 30 percent compared to the year-ago period — despite not having any "major launches" this quarte...