Pokémon Go helps Nintendo break stock market record

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Pokémon Go helps Nintendo break stock market record

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Pokémon Go continues to help Nintendo make headlines, with the fledgling augmented reality title having now steered the Japanese giant towards a new stock market record.  As reported by Bloomberg, Nintendo traded 467 billion yen ($4.5 billion) in shares last Friday on the Tokyo stock exchange -- the largest daily turnover of any company this century.  Earlier this month, Nintendo's shares hit highs not seen since October 2015, rising by 24.52 percent in just one day.  Pokemon Go's immediate success has also presented challenges, with developer Niantic recently delaying the game's international launch in the wake of server issues caused by unexpected demand. 

Pokémon Go continues to help Nintendo make headlines, with the fledgling augmented reality title having now steered the Japanese giant towards a new stock market record. 

As reported by Bloomberg, Nintendo traded 467 billion yen ($4.5 billion) in shares last Friday on the Tokyo stock exchange — the largest daily turnover of any company this century. 

Earlier this month, Nintendo’s shares hit highs not seen since October 2015, rising by 24.52 percent in just one day. 

Pokemon Go’s immediate success has also presented challenges, with developer Niantic recently delaying the game’s international launch in the wake of server issues caused by unexpected demand. 

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