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Nintendo, Sony shares expected to rise, Jefferies’ Goyal says

By Bloomberg
28 April 2019   |   5:27 pm
Atul Goyal, senior equities analyst at Jefferies, talks about Nintendo Co and Sony Corp.. Nintendo shares fell after it delivered a double dose of disappointment, posting earnings guidance well below analysts’ estimates and signaling it would not introduce a highly anticipated new model of the Switch game console at a June trade show.

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