Take-Two Interactive

NASDAQ: TTWO
$178.80
-$3.70 (-2.0%)
Closing price April 16, 2021
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Take-Two Interactive Software shares saw a bump early Tuesday after it reported mixed fiscal first-quarter financial results late on Monday.
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