Wednesday, August 17, 2022


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Golden Week visitation met expectations: MGTO


The Macau Government Tourism Office said tourist visitation over Golden Week met expectations, attributed to the inauguration of the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-

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VIP GGR tepid in Golden Week: Bernstein


VIP play was tepid through the key Golden Week holiday in Macau and is likely to remain so for the rest of the month as trade tensions pressure Mainland China’s economy, analysts at Bernstein said.

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Golden Week visitation rises 13 percent in 2019


The Macau Government Tourism Office has reported a total of 906,078 visitors in the first six days of Golden Week, rising 13 percent year-on-year. 

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First 2 days of Golden Week sees 8.8% rise in visitor arrivals


Macau welcomed a total of 297,047 visitors during the first two days of the Golden Week holidays, according to data from the Macau Government Tourism

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Japan tourism minister visits Cotai Strip


As part of his Golden Week travels abroad Minister of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism Keiichi Ishii visited two IRs in Macau for research purposes on May 3. Specifically, he was given tours of Melco’s City of Dreams and Wynn Palace in the...

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Golden Week visitation up 7.2 percent in 2018


Visitor arrivals to Macau during the October Golden Week rose 7.2 percent year-on-year, reaching 890,000 visitors, according to data released by the M

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Macau stocks to be weighed by weak Q3 earnings: MS


While Macau’s casinos benefited from strong visitation during Golden Week, Morgan Stanley analysts warn that weak third-quarter earnings and cuts in

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Macau gaming stocks to rebound, Golden Week strong: MS


The recent fall in Macau gaming stocks could swing back to a 50 percent rebound if it is anything like the slowdown of 2011/12, said Morgan Stanley an

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Golden Week brought increase in mainland visitors


Macau’s Golden Week saw an increase in mainland visitors, which rose 9.6 percent year-on-year. A total of 696,636 visitors came from mainland China

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Golden Week GGR mix disappoints; shares drop


Shares in Macau’s casino operators listed in Hong Kong fell on Monday after figures from the key Golden Week holiday showed a “disappointing” mi

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SJM chief encouraged by Golden Week bookings


SJM chief executive Ambrose So Shu Fai said he is encouraged by the number of hotel bookings for Golden Week, expressing his wish that the increased n

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Rooms fully booked over Golden Week


Macau may see its best Golden Week holiday in years, with forecasts for Macau’s upcoming holiday looking very positive, according to a report from B

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Macau expected to see 5-9 percent GGR increase


Macau’s gross gaming revenue for the first 10 days of October hit MOP 9.8 billion, implying an ADR of MOP 975 million, said Bernstein in a note on T

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Golden Week visitors up 8 percent


Visitors to Asia’s gaming hub rose nearly 8 percent year-on-year during the first seven days of Golden Week. “Premium mass and VIP are performing

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Hotel occupancy flat in Golden Week: Bowie


  MGM China CEO and executive director Grant Bowie says he expects hotel occupancy to be flat during Golden Week. Bowie made the comments to local re

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Hotel occupancy rate up in August, rates dropped


Hotel room rates dropped 12.2 percent year-on-year in August, but occupancy rates rose 4.4 percent in the month, according to the Macau Government Tou

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Macau 15Q3 gov't data shows flat sequential mass GGR


Combined gross gaming revenue in 15Q3 from mass market and slots in Macau was flat sequentially from 15Q2, amounting to MOP25.4 billion ($3.2 billion)

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Gaming receipts at ten-year-low in 2014, but costs still rise


  Total receipts from Macau’s gaming sector dropped by 2.5 percent year-on-year to MOP354.06 billion ($44.35 billion) in 2014, marking the first de

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Macau junkets hopeful ahead of Golden Week


Macau looks poised to benefit from Golden Week next month following volatile weekly trends that have seen VIP business now operating from a much lower

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