What goes up must come down?
Nintendo’s share price fell four per cent in the US on Tuesday – and fell even further in out-of-hours trading on Wednesday.
It was also down even further in Japan on Wednesday.
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And on Tuesday in Japan, the tech giant’s share price shot up even further to ¥31,770 – a five-year high.
But shares fell to $35.85 in the US yesterday and then a further six per cent in pre-market trading to $33.80 today.
And the fall in Tokyo is even more dramatic – down 13 per cent to ¥27,715 at the time of writing.
Two weeks before in the US, on 5 July, it was trading at $17.50.
In Tokyo on Tuesday, its share price was up 16 per cent to ¥31,950. This price stood at ¥14,490 on 5 July.
Nintendo released Pokemon Go on 6 July as a new smartphone game.
The game is free to download but offers in-app purchases.