Today, analysts Andrew Tonner and Austin Smith discuss the strong earnings report from toy manufacturer Mattel. The company performed well on top- and bottom-line growth behind Barbie and Batman toy sales. It also can supplement its 4% dividend with a huge emerging-market presence that should continue to drive revenue.
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