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As the Japanese yen reached a three-year low against the Euro, Nintendo’s share prices have soared as a result.

They jumped upward by 11 percent to settle on 11,850 yen, which is the company’s largest gain since 2008.

Whilst a positive sign for company value, it was largely made possible through the fact that Europe accounts for a third of its sales, exporters such as Nippon Sheet Glass also benefitting.

[Thanks Bloomberg]

Alex Seedhouse

Alex Seedhouse

After starting out with a Yellow Game Boy and a copy of Donkey Kong Land, Alex once hid in his room to play The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time one Christmas. Now he shares his thoughts on Nintendo Insider, keeping track of everything to do with Nintendo.