113.00 -0.16 (-0.14%)
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|Bid||112.50 x 200|
|Ask||113.05 x 1000|
|Day's range||110.31 - 113.75|
|52-week range||73.74 - 122.79|
|PE ratio (TTM)||30.30|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
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Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Wednesday: IBM Corp., up $12.99 to $159.53 The technology and consulting company reported much stronger sales than analysts expected. Twitter Inc., down ...
Electronic Arts fell on news the video game publisher is shutting down a studio that was making a future Star Wars game.
Electronic Arts’ sudden decision to put a highly anticipated Star Wars game on ice comes as videogame makers experiment with new ways to make money off blockbuster titles.
Electronic Arts (EA) is falling this morning, after it announced late yesterday that it is closing Visceral Games, meaning a delay for it's next Star Wars game. Cowen & Co.'s Doug Creutz and Stephen Glagola write that that this makes the bull case, that EA can earn $6 a share in fiscal 2019,"nearly impossible." EA said that it will give details about a new release timeframe soon, but Creutz and Glagola write that investors shouldn't expect this to be a short-term delay, as there appears to still be substantial work to be done on the game. The delay means missing out on about 35 cents to 40 cents a share in EPS in fiscal 2019, based on Creutz and Glagola's 7 million unit estimate, and they write that unless EA has a replacement or new game in the pipeline--which they don't see--they think that the possibility it can earn $6 a share is "off the table" for fiscal 2019.
Electronic Arts Inc. is shutting down its Visceral unit that was working on an upcoming "Star Wars" video game, the company said in a blog post Tuesday. EA stock fell 1.3% to $115.98, with sudden ...
Shares of Electronic Arts (EA) are down $2.14, or almost 2%, at $115.68, amidst some diverging views today: SunTrust’s Matthew Thornton started the stock at a Buy, with a $133 target, writing that “annuity” revenue from sports games is a big draw, while Needham & Co.’s Laura Martin, although also bullish, warns that the stock tends to trade down from October to as late as the following February.
In 2016, the FIFA franchise accounted for nearly 40% of Electronic Arts’ (NASDAQ: EA) revenue, according to our estimates. The company sold close to 15.5 million units of FIFA
Shares of video game giants--including Activision Blizzard (ATVI), Take Two Interactive (TTWO), and Electronic Arts (EA)--sank on Monday after a bearish analyst report on the state of the industry.
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Facebook, Electronic Arts, Workday, Ferrari and Maxim Integrated Products have formed flat bases, a "super growth" pattern.
Just about the worst thing that could have happened to a videogame maker happened to Activision Blizzard last winter: Its most important title flopped. Then Activision (ATVI), the largest U.S. videogame publisher, atoned for its missteps by encouraging more in-game spending—getting fans to routinely pay up for new weapons, new missions, and new virtual outfits within titles they already owned. Smaller rivals have also ramped up recurring spending—with similar results.
YY, Nvidia, Electronic Arts, Paycom and Advanced Energy Industries are five highest-rated IBD 50 stocks in buy range to start the week.
The full roster of WNBA teams and players will be playable in EA's upcoming basketball video game — a first for the industry.
After a high-profile stumble with the Wii U, Nintendo is quickly regaining some of its glory with the Switch. Here's how things could still go wrong.
Jim Cramer counters arguments that tech is valued too highly using the S&P 500's best performing tech stocks so far in 2017.
Games showed off included blockbuster shooter "Battlefield" and a sequel to a "Star Wars Battlefront" game that met with criticism after its release about two years ago
Digital video game sales were up 9 percent in April from last year, but pulled back from March's record high.
Capcom announced the release of "Monster Hunter XX" on the Nintendo Switch, giving investors hope that sales of the console could get a boost.
Citi analysts think Apple could use its massive cash hoard to buy Netflix or one of six other major U.S. companies, to the benefit of shareholders.