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I was curious so I checked on the stocks of the Big 3, and for the most part, Nintendo and Microsoft seem largely unaffected, but Sony has taken a significant hit. I'm not very big into stocks, so I don't check that often, but it's interesting because Nintendo's stock seems to be jumping up and down quite a lot, as though there are some gigantic trades being made, causing the graph to seemingly jump between prices instead of moving there on a curve.

Not that it means much; it's fairly predictable that investors would think it a good time to cash out when something disruptive occurs.

Edit: The person before me beat me to the punch.