Japan's Nintendo swings back to profit on weak yen


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  • Wednesday, 30 Oct 2013

TOKYO: Nintendo said Wednesday it swung back to profitability in the six months to September thanks to a sharply weaker yen, but the Japanese videogames giant struggled with tepid sales of its Wii U console.

The company's sales fell 2.2 percent to 196.6 billion yen.

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