Michael Pachter has taken to NeoGAF to shed more light on his keynote during the fourth annual Ayzenberg A-List Summit 2012 where he said he felt “Nintendo is in disarray,” and that the firm has “completely blown the Wii U by not telling people what the price is going to be.”
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Investor and financial site 247WallSt has produced a list of the top eight companies where employees are presumably “losing hope.”
According to a report on Bloomberg, analysts expect 3DS sales to hit 16 percent below Nintendo’s projected target of 16 million units this year. The four analysts surveyed predicted the percentage, despite the recent cut in retail cost for the handheld, with Wedbush Securities expecting 10 million units for the low end, and Tokyo-based Macquarie […]
Nintendo seems a bit confused as to why shares in the company dropped following the announcement of Wii U at E3 this week. According to president Satoru Iwata, the stock market’s reaction is in stark contrast to the reaction felt on the showroom floor.
After Nintendo announced Wii U at E3 yesterday, share prices for the firm were the lowest in five years, according to Bloomberg.
Deutsche Bank analyst Satoru Kikuchi has claimed that Nintendo stock has peaked and now faces a downward trend. Assigning a sell rating to the company’s shares, Kikuchi said he expected the gaming giant to report “profits this month in excess of guidance” and predicts a decline of 18 percent the next year and 19 percent […]
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