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TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan's Nintendo Co Ltd on Tuesday made a play for the hearts of retail investors, announcing a 10-1 stock split effective Oct. 1, a long-called-for move that aims to improve the liquidity of the videogame maker's shares.
(Reuters) -Shares in Robinhood Markets Inc, the brokerage at the center of last year's retail trading frenzy, slipped to a record low on Thursday after it posted a 43% fall in first-quarter revenue and a decline in monthly active users.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japanese videogames maker Nintendo Co Ltd said on Tuesday it was delaying the release of its film using Super Mario Bros characters to April 2023 from late this year.
(Reuters) -Canadian e-commerce giant Shopify Inc on Monday announced a 10-for-1 split of its class A and class B stock, joining a growing list of companies that have split their shares to make them more attractive for investors.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Kyle Ash snapped up 2,000 pounds ($2,615) worth of Twitter Inc shares as soon as he heard that Elon Musk had become the social media company's largest shareholder.
LONDON: A proposed stock split by GameStop Corp has brought back echoes of peak-meme mania days to trading forums, with investors snatching up shares in the company and other retail favoured-names.
(Reuters) - Shares of GameStop Corp jumped 15% in premarket trading on Friday after the video game retailer at the heart of last year's retail trading frenzy said it would seek shareholder approval for a stock split.
(Reuters) -Video game retailer GameStop Corp said on Thursday it would seek shareholder approval for a stock split, aiming to become the latest U.S. company to make it easier for retail investors to own its shares.
TOKYO (Reuters) -Nintendo Co shares slumped 6% in Tokyo trading after the Kyoto-based gaming firm said it was pushing back the release of the hotly awaited sequel to "Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild" to spring 2023 from this year's planned debut.