The PlayStation Share price is where the company’s PlayStation Share business is centered.
The company uses the $40 billion market cap of Sony to pay dividends to its shareholders.
Its stock is a reflection of that success, and Sony is currently trading at $49.67, which is a massive 50% increase from last week’s close.
The stock has surged over the last few months, and is up around 12% in 2017, according to market tracker IBISWorld.
That’s more than enough for the company to make some money from its share price.
However, the company has struggled to find a buyer for its stock over the past few months.
Last week, Sony announced a merger with China-based Wanda, which means it will acquire 50% of Sony’s share.
The deal is expected to close in the second quarter of next year.
However it’s unclear if Wanda will use the money it receives from the deal to help Sony pay its employees.
This could have a negative impact on the company and its shareholders in the short-term.
This story originally appeared on the Business Insider website.