New York: Slumping US toymaker Mattel announced Wednesday it will cut 2,200 jobs after reporting another steep loss in the second quarter, sending shares sharply lower. Shares sank 9.2 per cent to $14.80 in after-hours trading. Mattel, the maker of Barbie, Hot Wheels and other toy mainstays, said the job cuts account for 22 per cent of its global non-manufacturing staff. Mattel had 35,000 employees at the end of 2017. The company also plans to sell manufacturing sites in Mexico. Mattel’s brands had a mixed performance in the second quarter, with Barbie and Hot Wheels reporting higher sales, but revenues at American Girl and Fisher Price/Thomas & Friends falling.