After weeks of momentum, Nintendo dropped by 8.9 percent 28,935 yen as it became available in Japan this morning.
Initially, the game’s launch in the country had been delayed due to server capacity problems. Nintendo would reach the top of its historical valuation at around 30,000 yen, while McDonald’s Japan increased by another 7.8 percent after announcement that its parent McDonald’s would be the first corporate sponsor of the game.
Yesterday, almost a quarter of trades in Tokyo Stock Exchange are from Nintendo.
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