ZYNGA INC

NASDAQ: ZNGA
$8.96
+$0.11 (+1.2%)
Closing price September 25, 2020
One analyst expects mobile gaming to see a wave of consolidation in the coming six to 18 months, and Zynga is said to have seen more than its fair share of successful acquisitions.
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Zynga is embarking on the sale-leaseback strategy to raise cash, perhaps to bolster its books to bring on new talent or acquire studios.
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It has taken years for Zynga to get past the shadow of losing Facebook as its key growth driver. But it finally may be back on track.
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The video game industry just got yet another entrant, and it isn't a startup you have never heard of. Alphabet, via Google and YouTube, has announced the launch of Stadia.
Judging by the most shorted stocks traded on the Nasdaq between the February 15 and February 28 settlement dates, those sellers were focused on a couple of their favorites.
Judging by the most shorted stocks traded on the Nasdaq between the January 31 and February 15 settlement dates, those sellers were stocking up on some of their favorites.
Judging by the most shorted stocks traded on the Nasdaq between the January 15 and January 31 settlement dates, those sellers were focused on a few favorites.
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