Agence France-PresseJanuary 19, 2014 22:32
Shares in Japan's Nintendo dived by nearly a fifth at the open on Monday after the gaming giant warned it would swing back into the red.
The shares were changing hands at 11,945 yen on the Tokyo Stock Exchange, down 18.43 percent from Friday's pre-warning close.
It later clawed back a bit of the loss to be trading down 13.38 percent at 12,685 yen around 20 minutes after the opening bell.
Nintendo said Friday it expects a loss of 25 billion yen ($240 million) in the year to March, reversing an earlier 55 billion yen net profit forecast.