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News & Analysis: Hasbro
Last year's results will be an easy lap time to beat in 2021.
The toymaker is still a long-term buy, but the more immediate outlook is mixed.
Sales growth and an earnings beat in the final quarter of a bad year.
HAS earnings call for the period ending December 31, 2020.
Fourth-quarter international revenue lagged, but earnings and revenue still beat analyst estimates.
There's more for income investors to love about these giants after their weak share price performances in 2020.
Higher sales are likely ahead, but the stock has gained a lot of ground over the past year.
Mattel has been the better pandemic toymaker, but now is Hasbro's time to shine.
The company's transition to full-blown entertainment company hit a snag in 2020.