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The Earnings Report Thread (Fiscal Year 2010)

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New year, new thread. ;)


Investor links:

- Activision Blizzard
- AQ Interactive
- Atari/Infogrames
- Atlus
- Bandai Namco
- Capcom
- Cave
- D3 Inc.
- Dwango
- Eizo Nanao
- Electronic Arts
- Hudson
- Koei Tecmo Holdings
- Konami
- Majesco
- Marvelous Ent.
- Nihon Falcom
- Nippon Ichi
- Nintendo
- Microsoft
- Sega Sammy Holdings
- Sony
- Square Enix
- Takara Tomy
- Take 2
- THQ
- Tose
- Ubisoft
- Walt Disney Company
- Yuke's




Apr 09 - Jun 09 Earnings:
Code:
Company			Original Income		Average Ex. Rate	Income in US $

Nintendo		¥ 42,316,000,000	97.48587		$ 434,073,164
Activision Blizzard	$ 195,000,000		1			$ 195,000,000
Capcom			¥ 2,230,000,000		97.48587		$ 22,875,110
Eizo Nanao		¥ 2,050,000,000		97.48587		$ 21,028,689
Takara Tomy		¥ 1,471,000,000		97.48587		$ 15,089,366
THQ			$ 6,409,000		1			$ 6,409,000
Konami			¥ 367,000,000		97.48587		$ 3,764,648
Hudson			¥ 343,000,000		97.48587		$ 3,518,459
Koei Tecmo Hold.	¥ - 102,000,000		97.48587		$ - 1,046,306
AQ Interactive 		¥ - 555,000,000		97.48587		$ - 5,693,133
Square Enix		¥ - 1,672,000,000	97.48587		$ - 17,151,204
Bandai Namco		¥ - 2,846,000,000	97.48587 		$ - 29,193,975
Disney Interactive 	$ - 75,000,000		1			$ - 75,000,000
Sega Sammy		¥ - 10,200,000,000	97.48587		$ - 104,630,548
Microsoft EaDD		$ - 130,000,000		1			$ - 130,000,000
Electronic Arts		$ - 234,000,000		1			$ - 234,000,000
Sony			¥ - 39,734,000,000	97.48587		$ - 407,587,274
Sony & Microsoft & Disney = Operating Income
All Other = Net Income




The old FY 2008 & 2009 Thread: http://www.neogaf.com/forum/showthread.php?t=284797
 

swerve

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Yes Boss! said:
Yep, but the stock is still in the shitter and been pretty flat for the last 6 months.

A serious question: whose isn't?

I try to keep up but I'd love to know who goes up in a global recession, so I can back that type of horse next time ;)
 

ViperVisor

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Yes Boss! said:
Yep, but the stock is still in the shitter and been pretty flat for the last 6 months.

This is strange to a noob like me. I see every week on CNBC google or apple are cruising along. Does the hype really affect things in the market area where it shouldn't? Nintendo's safe and boring way hurts the stock?
 
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Yes Boss!

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swerve said:
A serious question: whose isn't?

I try to keep up but I'd love to know who goes up in a global recession, so I can back that type of horse next time ;)

Yeah, probably back to where it should be but I've got some Nintendo stock so I was hoping it was gonna pick back up a little.
 

AniHawk

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Captain Smoker said:
Maybe, currently we have a loss of $ - 68,345,468

Well THQ had a profit and Konami's usually profitable, so maybe there's a chance it won't happen.

EA might have good news too.
 

szaromir

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EA are posting their results at 2pm PST. I'm really interested in seeing them (and Activision's too).
 
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AniHawk said:
Well THQ had a profit and Konami's usually profitable, so maybe there's a chance it won't happen.

EA might have good news too.
You're right, I forgot to add THQ. ^^


THQ Net Income: $ 6,409,000


Industry loss: $ - 41,474,863
 

Stumpokapow

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ViperVisor said:
This is strange to a noob like me. I see every week on CNBC google or apple are cruising along. Does the hype really affect things in the market area where it shouldn't? Nintendo's safe and boring way hurts the stock?

Stock movement is generally based on expectations rather than actual profit/loss. Nintendo had an astronomical expansion of profits, and now, while still very profitable and a clear winner in their sector, the growth of profits has become an issue.

When Nintendo misses their yearly sales expectations or shipment numbers and/or revises them down, their stock will be battered--even if they're revising 20 million to 18 million or something else like that.
 
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Nirolak said:
I think Disney reported already actually: http://www.next-gen.biz/news/disney-q3-game-sales-down-20-per-cent

Not sure where to find this on their IR site though, so this is based on the assumption that Edge is right.
Should be this here: http://corporate.disney.go.com/investors/quarterly_earnings/2009_q3.pdf (Interactive Media section)


Disney Interactive Media - Operating loss: $ - 75,000,000



From EDGE:
"Sales dropped 20 per cent to $113 million (£66.65m/€78.39m), while operating loss narrowed from $91 million to $75 million (£44.2m/€52m), (...)"

It's correct then, thx. ;)
 

BishopLamont

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ps3 lite @ $199 doesn't seem a option with these reports...

joke.
I don't get how people think PS3 lite @ $199 is even a possibility when Sony have been going for so long without a price drop. They've been riding it out all this long to make the PS3 profitable and now they're suddenly going to throw that all away? Nothing but a dream.

Stumpokapow said:
Stock movement is generally based on expectations rather than actual profit/loss. Nintendo had an astronomical expansion of profits, and now, while still very profitable and a clear winner in their sector, the growth of profits has become an issue.

When Nintendo misses their yearly sales expectations or shipment numbers and/or revises them down, their stock will be battered--even if they're revising 20 million to 18 million or something else like that.
Nintendo has always been conservative, if they feel they won't hit the targets, they would've revised it down already.
 
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ViperVisor said:
This is strange to a noob like me. I see every week on CNBC google or apple are cruising along. Does the hype really affect things in the market area where it shouldn't? Nintendo's safe and boring way hurts the stock?

I think its the fact that Google and Apple used to have such high stock prices a year or two or three years ago.
 
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Electronic Arts - Net Income: $ - 234,000,000 (source)

More news from EA:
- "EA SPORTS Active sold over 1.8 million copies in the quarter – making it EA’s bestselling Wii title ever."

Software Shares:






Total Industry Income (currently): $ - 480,474,863
Code:
Company			Original Income		Average Ex. Rate	Income in US $

Nintendo		¥ 42,316,000,000	97.48587		$ 434,073,164
Capcom			¥ 2,230,000,000		97.48587		$ 22,875,110
Eizo Nanao		¥ 2,050,000,000		97.48587		$ 21,028,689
Takara Tomy		¥ 1,471,000,000		97.48587		$ 15,089,366
THQ			$ 6,409,000		1			$ 6,409,000
Bandai Namco		¥ - 2,846,000,000	97.48587 		$ - 29,193,975
Disney Interactive 	$ - 75,000,000		1			$ - 75,000,000
Sega Sammy		¥ - 10,200,000,000	97.48587		$ - 104,630,548
Microsoft EaDD		$ - 130,000,000		1			$ - 130,000,000
Electronic Arts		$ - 234,000,000		1			$ - 234,000,000
Sony			¥ - 39,734,000,000	97.48587		$ - 407,587,274
 

lorddarkflare

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BishopLamont said:
I don't get how people think PS3 lite @ $199 is even a possibility when Sony have been going for so long without a price drop. They've been riding it out all this long to make the PS3 profitable and now they're suddenly going to throw that all away? Nothing but a dream.

Agreed. At most they will have a slight reduction ($20-$50) on their new Slim model and flush out the older ones. Basically they will be making money without any massive price drops, just as they have been doing all along.
 

Vinci

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lorddarkflare said:
Agreed. At most they will have a slight reduction ($20-$50) on their new Slim model and flush out the older ones. Basically they will be making money without any massive price drops, just as they have been doing all along.

....

At what point has Sony been making money?
 

dLMN8R

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....every company's fiscal year starts and ends differently. Why are you assuming they're all the same?

For example - Microsoft's fiscal year ends in June, starts in July. Yet they're listed with many other companies under a nonsensical Q1 FY3 2010 (Apr 09 - Jun 09) label.
 
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dLMN8R said:
....every company's fiscal year starts and ends differently. Why are you assuming they're all the same?

For example - Microsoft's fiscal year ends in June, starts in July. Yet they're listed with many other companies under a nonsensical Q1 FY3 2010 (Apr 09 - Jun 09) label.
I know, but I was too lazy in that moment. ;)

I've changed it into Apr 09 - Jun 09 Earnings
 

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I'm shocked at the losses, it's just the first quarter of FY2010 and they're already in the red and with most games delayed till early next year, it looks like sales and profits won't pick up anytime soon. Makes me wonder how much longer companies like SEGA can bleed money like this. Not to mention Sony who's about to drop the price and release new hardware. It'll be a miracle if their losses don't exceed a billion dollar at the end of this fiscal year.
 
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[Nintex] said:
I'm shocked at the losses, it's just the first quarter of FY2010 and they're already in the red and with most games delayed till early next year, it looks like sales and profits won't pick up anytime soon. Makes me wonder how much longer companies like SEGA can bleed money like this. Not to mention Sony who's about to drop the price and release new hardware. It'll be a miracle if their losses don't exceed a billion dollar at the end of this fiscal year.


I thought SEGA, SONY, and EA have pretty strong lineups from here on until the end of FY2010. They can only do so much to get people to buy their games, though if people dont have money...or are willing to spend money

Though EA struck it rich with EA Sports Active, it didnt look compelling enough for me in the E3 showcase they had about it
 

legend166

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The whole thing seems to be a bloodbath at the moment. You really do just wonder how much longer this can go on without companies just simply going bankrupt or being bought up.
 

jrricky

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legend166 said:
The whole thing seems to be a bloodbath at the moment. You really do just wonder how much longer this can go on without companies just simply going bankrupt or being bought up.
Well, that is currently happening to companies...recently Eidos and Midway...
 
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legend166 said:
The whole thing seems to be a bloodbath at the moment. You really do just wonder how much longer this can go on without companies just simply going bankrupt or being bought up.

Wait reminds me of that old rumor, was it Disney buying EA that kept popping up in news sources during the early part of this year?
 

donny2112

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Captain Smoker said:
Apr 09 - Jun 09 Earnings:
Code:
Company			Original Income		Average Ex. Rate	Income in US $

Nintendo		¥ 42,316,000,000	97.48587		$ 434,073,164
Capcom			¥ 2,230,000,000		97.48587		$ 22,875,110
Eizo Nanao		¥ 2,050,000,000		97.48587		$ 21,028,689
Takara Tomy		¥ 1,471,000,000		97.48587		$ 15,089,366
THQ			$ 6,409,000		1			$ 6,409,000
Bandai Namco		¥ - 2,846,000,000	97.48587 		$ - 29,193,975
Disney Interactive 	$ - 75,000,000		1			$ - 75,000,000
Sega Sammy		¥ - 10,200,000,000	97.48587		$ - 104,630,548
Microsoft EaDD		$ - 130,000,000		1			$ - 130,000,000
Electronic Arts		$ - 234,000,000		1			$ - 234,000,000
Sony			¥ - 39,734,000,000	97.48587		$ - 407,587,274

Where's that 99% of the industry growth now, Nintendo? See. Told ya'* you couldn't prop up the whole industry by yourself!

* - I didn't actually tell them this.
 

Johann

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@Johann:
Thank you. ^^

No problem. Any company that can give you a 160% return on your stock purchase in this economy deserves to hang with the big boys.

Dedication Through Light said:
Wait reminds me of that old rumor, was it Disney buying EA that kept popping up in news sources during the early part of this year?

Forbes had a list of potential buyers after EA suffered a devastating loss earlier this year. However, nothing came about it.

The only major game related purchases by Disney were Club Penguin in '07 and Gamestar in '08.
 

jakncoke

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Well, that is currently happening to companies...recently Eidos and Midway...

Yeah but they've been in been on the brink for such a long time this was just a straw that broke the camels back. I wonder what will happen other companies that haven't been so bad in past if it continues
 

AniHawk

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Well you really have to look on the plus side. At least developers didn't give into pressure and went ahead with their artistic vision.
 
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Well you really have to look on the plus side. At least developers didn't give into pressure and went ahead with their artistic vision.

:lol :lol :lol :lol :lol :lol Never change AniHawk, never change.