Macquarie updates Sony’s games and other potential customers

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DualSense Sony Playstation 5 controller via Getty Images, pinciniphoto/iStock Editorial. On Friday, Macquarie analyst Damian Thong upgraded Sony’s (NYSE:SONY) recommendation from neutral to outperform on the grounds that the company’s status as the “primary bellwether” among Japanese IT giants is being cemented by a number of near-term chances. Now Read: Sony, others may gain from Apple’s “structural” changes to the iPhone supply chain

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