Gamestops are showing signs of life, but their dwindling inventory is a concern for the industry, according to a report from the Associated Press.
Gamestop’s stock plunged more than 10% Tuesday after the retailer reported it is struggling to fill its cash and credit card lines.
That comes after the company reported that its total inventory fell below 1.4 million units last week, an indication of a long-term inventory shortfall.
The AP reports that Costco, which has more than 2.6 million U.S. stores, is struggling with its cash flow and is struggling even more to sell new orders as shoppers drop their loyalty loyalty cards.
Costco’s stock is down more than 14% since its recent all-time high of $74.96.
Costco reported a loss of $1.1 billion for the first quarter of 2017, or 13 cents per share.
It also reported a $1 billion impairment charge, which was offset by a $400 million tax credit for tax-exempt bonds it issued.
The company reported $1,739 million in net income, or $1 per share, for the quarter.
The full report is expected Tuesday.