Nintendo projects bigger profits

Rewarded by GBA component price drop

Source - Core Magazine

Nintendo has revised its half-year projections to reflect a 29% increase in operating profit. As a result the company's shares went up by more than 4%. According to company spokesmen, this is largely because of a recent drop in the price of semiconductors and liquid crystal displays such as those used in GameBoy Advance. That said, the GBA LCD wasn't worth tuppence in the first place, was it?

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