Monster High dolls boost Mattel's profits
Sales of Other Girls Brands products, including Monster High, increased 56 percent from a year earlier; Barbie sales fell two per cent.
demand for Monster High and American Girl brand dolls have lifted profits and revenue beyond expectations at the world's largest toy company, Mattel.
Mattel shares hit a 15-year high after reporting earnings per share in the quarter ended March 31st of 11 cents.
The average estimate of 12 analysts surveyed by Bloomberg was eight cents.
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