WWE stock hits 15-year high as RAW rating dips

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After the launch of the WWE network and the return of Hulk Hogan, WWE is in great shape and yesterday shares in the company hit a 15-year high  according to Wrestlinginc.com.

The shares for the company finished 13% up from Monday at $26.24 per share. Shares hit a 15-year high at one point during the day with shares at a huge $26.49 per share. 

The news from the market comes on the back of Forbes list of billionaires included WWE Chariman, Vince McMahon. The boss is valued at $1.2 billion and it looks as if his business is booming despite the recent departure of CM Punk from it's ranks.

However, Monday night RAW received a slight dip in it's viewers figures this week after the glory of Hulk Hogan's return.

This week's show averaged just over 4.5 million viewers and 3.26 cable rating. Those figures are just a little bit down on February 24th numbers of 4.6 million average viewers and a 3.31 rating on cable.

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