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won-dollar exchange rate surpassed 1,380 won

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Sep 7, 2022

As the dollar continued to strengthen, the won-dollar exchange rate surpassed 1,380 won for the first time in 13 years and 5 months. In the aftermath, the overall atmosphere of the stock market deteriorated and game stocks were also affected.

According to the stock market on the 7th, game stocks closed lower on the same day except for Sconek and W Games. In the case of W Games, it was a steady level of 0.71% increase.

WeMadeMax (17,500 won), which fell 5.41% (1,000 won) from the previous trading day, was ranked first among game stocks. It succeeded in rebounding in four trading days the previous day, but turned downward again in a day. Shares of the company began trading lower and closed without a rebound.

Second place is Me Tooon, which fell 5.35 percent from the previous trading day and closed at 5,480 won. In the middle of last month, it was remarkably strong due to expectations for blockchain games. At a time when the price burden increased, the overall atmosphere of the stock market worsened, showing a significant decline.

Neptune closed at 12,850 won, down 4.81% (650 won). Considering that it soared 13.45% on expectations of the metaverse business the previous day, there is also an evaluation that it did well. The company also started trading lower on the same day and closed the market without a rebound.

Krafton, the leading stock, closed at 233,500 won, down 0.85% (2000 won) from the previous trading day. After turning downward the previous day, it continued to weaken for another day. The company also showed a downward trend even though there were no special issues on the day.

NCsoft closed at 369,500 won, down 1.6% (6,000 won) from the previous trading day. The company also had no upward trend during the day. Recently, Lineage M seemed to rebound by regaining the No. 1 Google Play sales, but it did not continue its momentum for long.

Netmarble closed at 58,800 won, down 2% (1,200 won) from the previous trading day. In particular, the price fell to 57,500 won during the day, rewriting the 52-week low. It is analyzed that it is due to the disappointing performance in the first half of the year and the quiet performance impact of expected works.

In addition, most stocks closed lower, with Pearl Abyss falling 4.67% (KRW 2,600) from the previous trading day, Com2’s Holdings falling 4.51% (KRW 2,600), 55,000 (KRW 2,600), Kakao Games falling 4.27% (KRW 2,150), and Playwith falling 4.02% (KRW 3,160).

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