Above is Nintendo Co., Ltd
Nintendo's share price has hit ¥31,880, surpassing last year's July 20th peak caused by Pokémon Go of ¥31,770 making it the highest Nintendo has peaked in more than 5 years.
Here is how it looks in the 1 year range with how different this growth is compared to Pokémon Go's peak:
The Japanese company has seen its share price rise to ¥31,880 (£220), pushing it beyond the short-lived investor frenzy that attended the Pokémon Go craze last year, to its highest point since April 2010.
Nintendos market capitalisation has hit ¥4.32tn, making it the 19th biggest listed company in Japan.
The next peak to beat is ¥34,100 from December 2008.
What a way to end the week, Nintendo's share price had growth due to Capcom announcing Monster Hunter XX for Switch.
It was from 10am that Monster Hunter XX for Switch was announced.
Nintendo's Market Cap will soon match Sony if this keeps up.
Nintendo's stock value just beat the ¥34,100 peak set back in December 2008.
Their current market cap is ¥4.9T, Sony's in comparison is ¥5.28T
There's probably not going to be more peak records to beat currently if you look at past values.