Hasbro Inc have now issued their 10K results for Q3 which, on paper, saw year-on-year growth of 2% on net revenue for the group to $1.37 billion dollars. This had a knock on affect of increasing the valuation of their share prices by 5% to $1.31 from $1.24. However, the 10-K was filed before the recent legal ruling against the company which resulted in a $75.5 million legal settlement that was reported on this site last month. This settlement reversed the overall value of the companies stock price from the 5% increase to a 22.5% decrease to a share price of $0.96. The share price is expected to recover especially over 2014 with the release of more movie tie-in products.
Despite solid international growth as well as strong results in their "Girls Toys" market, the Boys Toy section which makes up 1/3rd of Hasbro's revenue suffered a 17% year-on-year loss to $392 million despite good performances in both the Transformers and Star Wars products.
Source: Hasbro Inc via Via Yahoo! Finance