Activision Blizzard Reportedly Cutting Hundreds of Jobs This Week

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Its up 0.37, from 1.2 in 2018Q2.

Activision Blizzard (ATVI) attained alert from day Traders as RSI reading reached at 39.96. 122 funds opened positions while 269 raised stakes. Investors holded 644.93 million in 2018Q2 but now own 663.95 million shares or 2.95% more. Kotick said he sees more space in mobile markets for free-to-play models to take off for Activision and Blizzard franchises.

That's in stark contrast to the Activision Blizzard model, which, with the exception of some more casual games like "Candy Crush Saga", asks players to pony up as much as $60 to purchase a game upfront and also pay for additional content later.


Shares of Activision Blizzard (NASDAQ:ATVI) has a market capitalization of $33.54 Billion and its number of outstanding shares are 772.72 Million. The stock has a debt/capital of 0.25. EPS is seen in a range of $0.36 to $0.64, against the $0.61 reported a year ago.

Captrust Fincl Advsrs holds 4,828 shs or 0.02% of its capital. (NASDAQ:ATVI). Amer Natl Ins Com Tx reported 0.38% of its capital in Activision Blizzard, Inc. (NASDAQ:ATVI) for 10,061 shares. Strs Ohio holds 0.16% or 451,153 shs. Asset Management One Limited reported 1.20M shs.

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However, Kotaku reports that job-cuts have been in the offing for Activision-Blizzard for a while: "There's been no official news from the publisher yet, but we first heard word of upcoming layoffs late past year". Now the analysts who cover the company rated it a consensus rating score of 2. The average price target of $59.89 calls for a almost 49.31% increase in the stock price.

The ABR is the calculated average of the actual recommendations (strong buy, hold, sell etc.) made by the brokerage firms for the given stock. Тherefore 50% are bullish. (NASDAQ:ATVI) has "Overweight" rating given by KeyBanc Capital Markets.

Executives are discussing the financial results of the Company for the marketing plan. (NASDAQ:ATVI) earned "Overweight" rating by JP Morgan on Thursday, December 6. On Friday, August 31 Bank of America downgraded Activision Blizzard, Inc. On Wednesday, October 31 the stock of Activision Blizzard, Inc. During the trading period, the first transaction completed was recorded at $108.42 per share, which has gone up by 1.36% by closing bell when the final transaction of the day was recorded at 106.81. Since February 12, 2018 ATVI has declined 22.23% and is downtrending. It has underperformed by 22.23% the S&P500. The current EPS for the company has recorded at $1.58. Previous year: $0.88; Analysts forcast: $1.22. That sounds like the job losses will be in administration roles rather than in development teams which is probably for the best as apart from the odd Spyro or Crash game Activision relies exclusively on Overwatch and Call of Duty, and Blizzard on Warcraft. The firm operates through three divisions: Activision Publishing, Inc.; Blizzard Entertainment, Inc.; and King Digital Entertainment.52.92 is the P/E ratio. The company now forecasts in-game revenue will continue to decline in 2019. As the company prepares for their earnings call on Tuesday, February 12, 2019, things are looking rough.


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