Activision stock falls 6.5%, lowest since November 2006

By Mike, Wednesday, 7 January 2009 10:55 GMT

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According to GI, Activision’s stock fell six and a half percent to $8.14 per share – the lowest it has been since November 2006.

Although Call of Duty: World at War has had a stellar year in the UK – just missing out on the Christmas number 1 spot to FIFA 09 – and Lich King performing extremely well Stateside, the firm’s share price still plummeted.

Happy new year indeed.

More through the GI link.

By Mike Bowden

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