NTDOY - Nintendo Co., Ltd.

Other OTC - Other OTC Delayed Price. Currency in USD
43.46
+4.74 (+12.24%)
At close: 3:59PM EDT
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Previous Close38.72
Open42.40
Bid0.00 x 0
Ask0.00 x 0
Day's Range41.60 - 44.18
52 Week Range31.38 - 54.48
Volume3,103,550
Avg. Volume499,122
Market Cap46.834B
Beta (3Y Monthly)1.85
PE Ratio (TTM)30.13
EPS (TTM)1.44
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield0.37 (1.04%)
Ex-Dividend Date2018-09-27
1y Target Est73.46
Trade prices are not sourced from all markets
  • Bloombergyesterday

    Nintendo Soars as Tencent Wins Switch Game Approval in China

    Tencent received approval for the test version of New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe for the handheld device, according to a notice on the website of China’s Guangdong provincial culture and tourism department. A Nintendo spokesman confirmed that Tencent had applied for the sale of Switch hardware, but could not comment specifically on the Guangdong approval, saying it was just one part of the entire process. Nintendo’s stock surged 14 percent, the most since July 2016 at the height of the Pokemon Go frenzy.

  • Reutersyesterday

    Nikkei posts 3rd weekly gain, Nintendo surges 14 pct

    Japan's Nikkei rose on Friday as investors snapped up cyclical stocks, while Nintendo jumped after Tencent won approval to sell its Switch console in China. Shares of Nintendo Co soared after China's Tencent won a key approval to begin selling Nintendo's Switch console in China, the world's largest games market.

  • Financial Timesyesterday

    Nintendo shares soar on prospect of Tencent tie-up over Switch

    Shares in Nintendo soared over 15.5 per cent to a six-month high in early trading in Tokyo on Friday on the prospect that the maker of Super Mario could begin selling its Switch video-gaming console in China for the first time. On Thursday, after navigating a long and complex negotiation with the authorities in Guangdong province, China’s Tencent won a landmark approval that would, in theory, allow it to sell the Switch machine throughout the world’s largest games market. Nintendo has remained wary of the Chinese market since Beijing lifted its ban on sales of foreign games consoles in 2014, but the sheer global power of its most famous characters — a pantheon that includes Mario, Zelda and Donkey Kong — means they are already widely recognised and loved.

  • Reutersyesterday

    Nikkei buoyed by cyclical stocks; Nintendo jumps 16 pct

    Japan's Nikkei rose on Friday morning as Wall Street gains raised risk appetite and lifted cyclical stocks, while Nintendo jumped after Tencent won approval to sell its Switch console in China. The U.S. market rose supported by robust economic data, while industrial stocks rallied after China's commerce ministry spokesman said there had been new progress in U.S.-China trade talks. "The mood has recovered as the market has been able to confirm that a slowdown in the Chinese economy has hit the bottom and the U.S. and China are making progress in their trade talks as those were the market's main concerns," said Takashi Ito, an equity market strategist at Nomura Securities.

  • Nintendo shares jump 17 percent after Tencent wins key China Switch sales approval
    Reutersyesterday

    Nintendo shares jump 17 percent after Tencent wins key China Switch sales approval

    Nintendo Co Ltd shares jumped 17 percent in morning Tokyo trade on Friday, a day after China's Tencent Holdings Ltd won a key approval to begin selling Nintendo's Switch console in the world's largest video games market. Friday's jump sent the shares to their highest price since October and pushed the year-to-date gain to 32 percent. Nintendo's U.S.-listed shares rose 12 percent overnight after the Chinese province of Guangdong allowed Tencent to distribute the Switch console with a test version of the "New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe" game.

  • CNBCyesterday

    Nintendo shares surge more than 14% after tie-up with Tencent to sell Switch console in China

    Nintendo has partnered with Tencent to bring the Switch console to China. Nintendo shares surged on the news as investors hope it can work with Tencent to find success in the world's largest gaming market. Analysts cautioned that there are still regulatory hurdles to overcome and that the Switch wouldn't be immediately available.

  • Why Las Vegas Sands, Nintendo, and Pinterest Jumped Today
    Motley Foolyesterday

    Why Las Vegas Sands, Nintendo, and Pinterest Jumped Today

    These stocks easily outperformed the broader market's gains.

  • Why Nintendo Stock Popped Today
    Motley Fool2 days ago

    Why Nintendo Stock Popped Today

    The Switch console is finally headed to China. Here's what investors need to know.

  • Reuters2 days ago

    Tencent wins key approval to sell Nintendo's Switch in China

    BEIJING/TOKYO, April 18 (Reuters) - China's Tencent has won a key approval to start selling the Nintendo Switch in the country, paving the way for the console to enter the world's largest video games market two years after it was first released worldwide. Authorities in the southern Chinese province of Guangdong gave the green light on Thursday to Tencent Holdings to distribute the Nintendo Switch console with a test version of the "New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe" game, a statement on the government's website showed.

  • Reuters2 days ago

    BRIEF-Nintendo Spokesman Says Tencent Has Applied To China's Guandong Provincial Authority To Begin Sale Of Nintendo Switch Console

    April 18 (Reuters) - Nintendo Co Ltd: * NINTENDO SPOKESMAN SAYS TENCENT HAS APPLIED TO CHINA'S GUANDONG PROVINCIAL AUTHORITY TO BEGIN SALE OF NINTENDO SWITCH CONSOLE Further company coverage: (Reporting ...

  • CNBC7 days ago

    Nintendo's big switch: Mario is finally going mobile, but the console king faces tough competition

    Mario Kart Tour and Dr. Mario, Nintendo's most important mobile push, will launch this summer. Nintendo has moved slowly in offering iconic intellectual property on mobile. The Super Smash Bros., Mario and Zelda titles have retained top spots among the bestselling console and PC games in recent years.

  • Nintendo Returns to VR With $40 Headset 
    Bloomberg8 days ago

    Nintendo Returns to VR With $40 Headset 

    The Labo VR Kit, which went on sale Friday and starts at $40, is a build-it-yourself set of cardboard goggles and controllers for Nintendo’s Switch console. The VR system has been carefully designed to work within the limits of the Switch’s processing power, and to minimize the chances of making players dizzy or sick. If the VR kit sells, it could help enhance Nintendo’s games lineup without the company having to produce a bunch of new hits.

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  • Microsoft (MSFT) Q3 2019 Earnings Preview: Cloud, Gaming, Office & More
    Zacks10 days ago

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  • Amazon Teams Up With Nintendo for Its Latest Prime Perk
    Motley Fool15 days ago

    Amazon Teams Up With Nintendo for Its Latest Prime Perk

    Amazon is offering Prime members a free one-year subscription to Nintendo Switch Online.

  • Nintendo is bringing Zelda and Mario into virtual reality
    TechCrunch15 days ago

    Nintendo is bringing Zelda and Mario into virtual reality

    Nintendo's Labo VR kit may just be a little cardboard experiment, butNintendo is taking a chance on throwing its most beloved titles into theheadset

  • Bloomberg15 days ago

    Nintendo, Game-Making Rivals Probed Over Contracts in Europe

    Britain’s Competition and Markets Authority is looking at the annual rollover of contracts, and barriers consumers face to canceling them. The EU’s preliminary view is that Valve, Bandai Namco, Capcom, Focus Home, Koch Media and ZeniMax, prevent consumers from purchasing video-games in one country to play in another, which would be a breach of competition rules, the regulator said Friday. “In a true digital single market, European consumers should have the right to buy and play video-games of their choice regardless of where they live in the EU,” Competition Commissioner Margrethe Vestager said.

  • Buy Microsoft (MSFT), Not FAANG Stocks for Stable Growth & Income
    Zacks16 days ago

    Buy Microsoft (MSFT), Not FAANG Stocks for Stable Growth & Income

    Microsoft stock has outpaced FAANG stocks over the last 12 months and the historic, dividend-paying software powerhouse has continued to expand and reinvent itself, growing in everything from cloud computing to artificial intelligence.

  • Yoshi's Crafted World is classic gaming joy, Nintendo-style
    TechCrunch21 days ago

    Yoshi's Crafted World is classic gaming joy, Nintendo-style

    In 1995, Yoshi had his moment. The character’s Super Mario World debut was so strong, Nintendo handed the dinosaur sidekick his own sequel. Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island was regarded as an instant classic for the Super Nintendo.

  • Amazon Prime members get a free year of Nintendo Switch Online through Twitch Prime
    TechCrunch22 days ago

    Amazon Prime members get a free year of Nintendo Switch Online through Twitch Prime

    You may have forgotten about Twitch Prime, but the company is adding aninteresting new perk for Nintendo Switch owners

  • TheStreet.com25 days ago

    The Most Popular Video Games in the U.S.

    Video games have come a long way since Pong. The video game market in the U.S. was worth some $18.4 billion, and globally $138 billion in 2017, and is projected to continue to grow. According to VGChartz, these are the top selling video games in the U.