Stocks edge down in early trading; Mattel slumps – Los Angeles Times

Stocks edged lower in early trading on Wall Street on Friday as traders digested the latest round of company earnings reports.

Mattel slumped 8.3% in the first few minutes of trading after the El Segundo-based toymaker reported results that fell far short of analysts’ forecasts.

Read more: Mattel shares drop after toy maker posts bigger loss and disappointing sales »

Payments processing giant Visa climbed 1% after reporting a solid quarter.


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