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  • AAP Reports Uptick in Trade Sales for May

    Sales of adult trade books rose 8.9% this May, over May 2015, according to figures released by the Association of American Publishers in its StatShot program.

  • Industry Stocks: September 2016 Performances

    The Publishers Weekly Stock Index increased 5.9% in September, but that gain was due almost entirely to the jump in the share price of Amazon, which rose $68.15 to close the month 8.9% ahead of its price at the end of August.

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    Sales of 'Harry Potter and the Cursed Child' helped add almost $70 million to Scholastic’s trade division in the quarter ended August 31, and drove a 104% jump in revenue in the company’s children’s book publishing and distribution group.

  • Trade Book Sales Down in Q1 of 2016

    According to figures released by the AAP's StatShot program, sales of adult books fell 10.3% and sales of children's/YA titles fell 2.1%, compared to the same period last year.

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    In its first earnings release since firing CEO Ron Boire last month, Barnes & Noble reported that sales fell 6.6% in its first quarter of 2017, which ended July 30.

  • Sales of Print Books Tumble at Wiley

    Sales of print books took a beating at John Wiley in the first quarter ended July 31. The biggest decline was in the higher education segment, where sales of printed textbooks dropped 31%.

  • A Rough Six Months for Big Book Publishers

    In the first half of 2016, five major publishers all saw sales drop.

  • The Weekly Scorecard: Tracking Unit Print Sales for Week Ending August 28, 2015

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  • Industry Stocks: August 2016 Performances

    The Publishers Weekly Stock Index inched up 0.5% in August, besting the Dow Jones Industrial Average, which had a 0.2% dip in the month. However, without the $10.35-per-share increase posted by Amazon, the PWSI would have fallen 2.4%. There were five winners and five losers in the month.

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