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Both Mattel and Hasbro failed to meet analyst expectations for the fourth quarter. Shares of Mattel fell by 10% post-earnings, making the stock look far more attractive than Hasbro's. This decline, coupled with a dividend increase, has pushed Mattel's yield above 4%, putting it on dividend growth investors' watchlists.