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    Nintendo’s Profits Are Soaring, But Not Because People Want Their Games

    Let's face it Nintendo, no one wants to buy your Wii U system. But even through sales sank last quarter, the company posted a profit of 8.6 billion yen ($88 million). So, what gives? As with other Japanese exporters, Nintendo benefits when the Japanese currency declines. They profit from exchanging stronger overseas earnings back into the yen.

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