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Nintendo’s rally on China prospects hasn’t scared off shorts

By Bloomberg
26 April 2019   |   9:46 am
Nintendo Co. shares have surged this year thanks to a stellar games lineup and potential entry into China. But the hedge funds betting against the company aren’t going away. Nintendo’s stock has rallied 27 percent this year, the best start since 2015.

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