Nintendo shares fall in Tokyo
It is because it is estimated that its entry into the mobile market will not really successful until March 2018.
The news agency Bloomberg has reported a fall in share prices in Tokyo by Nintendo, apparently due to a report of SMCB Nikko Securities by ensuring it will take time to see a real economic projection in the raid of the Japanese company mobile.
As explained to the fiscal year ending in March 2018 we did not start seeing revenues from this operation, and this has led to a fall of 7.6% in the shares at the close of the Tokyo Stock Exchange. This represents the biggest drop in values from 29 October.