Electronic Arts

-$2.96 (-2.0%)
Closing price August 7, 2020
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This week, EA saw its shares slump after it announced that it would be delaying one of its flagship games and updated its outlook as well.
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Electronic Arts shares dropped on Thursday after the company announced that it would be updating its outlook as well as its "Battlefield V" launch date.
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