Nintendo Co.’s market value on Monday surpassed that of Sony Corp., a company with eight times more revenue, underscoring the success of the Wii game console in outselling rival PlayStation 3.
Shares of Nintendo, based in Kyoto, rose to a record 46,350 yen on Monday, valuing the company at 6.57 trillion yen, and overtaking Sony’s 6.48 trillion yen capitalization in trading. Nintendo’s stock closed 0.8 percent lower at 45,100 yen.
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