The two industry giants often square off across the toy box, but only one has been doing things right.
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Why these two stocks made big moves on Thursday.
Fisher-Price and the “wheels” category continue to pull the load for the toymaker, as girls’ brands struggle.
The toymaker's stock jumped after the company crushed analysts' earnings estimates, thanks to new Disney licenses and continued brisk "Star Wars" toy sales.
The leading toymaker lost a significant revenue source to rival Hasbro in 2016, so improving sales of its iconic Barbie are needed to extend the rebound this quarter.
"Star Wars" isn't the only factor propelling the toy and game maker's stock. Can its outperformance continue?