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Macau Gross gambling revenue (GGR) in March is expected to be down in the low to mid-sixties percent from the same month last year, though visitation is expected to improve in Spring and travel with Hong Kong may resume from Q2, Bernstein Research said...

September figures on Macau GGR came to only MOP2.2 billion (US$277 million), down 90 percent year-on-year, and the eight-day Mid-Autumn Festival holid

The Gaming Inspection and Coordination Bureau (DICJ) has reported that, as of March 9, 3,100 gaming tables, or 46 percent of Macau’s total, had resu

The Gaming Inspection and Coordination Bureau (DICJ) has reported that full year GGR in 2019 fell 3.4 percent from the previous calendar year’s figure; 2019 GGR amounted to MOP292.4 billion (about US$37 billion).

The Gaming Inspection and Coordination Bureau over the weekend that Macau GGR for November came in at MOP22.9 billion (about US$2.8 billion), down 8.5 percent year-on-year.

  Macau December gross gambling revenue was MOP 18.3 billion (US$2.2 billion), a decline of 21.2 percent compared to 2014, according to Bernstein. It

Through the first 13 days of December, Macau gross gaming per day is down 22 percent compared to the first 14 days of December in 2014, according to D

Macau's GGR is expected to fall 4 percent in 2016, according to analysts at Citi Research, who have cut their estimates for a gain of 4 percent due to

October Macau gaming revenues are expected to decline 27 percent to 29 percent year-on-year, Wells Fargo says, compared to the research house’s prio

Morgan Stanley Research says it has turned cautious on Hong Kong and Macau’s gaming industry due to, among other things, regulatory pressures and ov

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