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The simplification of visa procedures for Chinese visitors is key to drive a more robust recovery in Macau, where this year’s Golden Week figures proved disappointing, according to a note from Bernstein Research.

The sharp downturn caused by Covid-19 has not altered the underlying structural reality that the future of Macau gaming lay much more with the mass ma

Bernstein Research issued a note on Monday anticipating a slow recovery for Singapore’s casinos once they reopen on July 1, with GGR unlikely to ret

A note from Bernstein Research predicted that year-on-year growth in January GGR would likely come in at the -1 percent to +2 percent level, or roughly the same as seen in 2019.

Macau’s gross gaming revenue for the week of Mar. 7-13 was MOP 4.4 billion ($US 550.6 million), implying an ADR of MOP 628 million, up 18 percent fr

Macau visitor numbers rose 4.7 percent over the Chinese New Year holiday, but the increase had no major impact on gross gambling revenue, according to

Genting Singapore stocks are expected to outperform due to a stabilizing Singapore gaming market, strong cash flow generation and a resumption of siza

Macau gross gaming revenue in the first 17 days of Jan. was MOP 11.1 billion (US$1.4 billion), implying average daily revenue (ADR) of MOP 564 million

Catalysts are beginning to emerge in Macau that will fuel mass market growth in 2016 and will be the driver of rejuvenated growth in Macau for the nex

Macau’s gaming ADR for the first ten days (Jan. 1-10) was 21 percent higher than December, a sign of Macau’s stabilization, says Bernstein. The MO

Macau’s gaming operators have delivered results that are in-line or a slight shortfall of Street expectations in Y15Q3, 2015. However, analysis fro

October gross gaming revenues are expected to decline between 28 percent and 31 percent year-on-year, with the month possibly being the first month si

What emerged as a story of a Macau junket employee stealing HK$100 million ($13 million) from the company appears to have been blown out of proportion

August appears to have emerged as an interesting month, dividing opinion on the performance of casino operators in Macau following gross gaming revenu

Bernstein Research says the recent agreement with China’s central bank and the Macau Monetary Authority over tightening anti-money laundering measur

The VIP segment, which accounted for 60 percent of Macau’s gaming revenue in 2014, represented just around 100,000 to 120,000 players who on average

As Melco Crown gets ready to announce the opening date of Studio City on Wednesday, Bernstein Research estimates that it will be 100 days before it is

Macau’s gross gaming revenue for July fell for the 14th straight month by 34.5 percent year-on-year to MOP18.62 billion ($2.33 billion), according t

  Wynn Macau’s 15Q2 results were largely below analysts’ forecasts as the operator saw a steep drop of 44 percent year-on-year in earnings before

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