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Foreigner-only casino operators, Paradise Group and Grand Korea Leisure Co will see weak results in 4Q15 due to the ongoing decline in Chinese VIPs, s

Tabcorp's earnings are under pressure from intense online competition, though expansion of its fantasy sports deal may be its saving grace, The Sydney

Morgan Stanley has upgraded its view of the Macau gaming industry to in-line from cautious, but says the sector is still far from bottoming out and co

The opening of new integrated resorts amidst shrinking Chinese VIP demand will compress margins at foreigner-only casinos in Korea, Morgan Stanley say

Analysts are seeking to assess the implications of the latest run of bad news out of Macau, with Morgan Stanley remaining cautious, but concluding tha

Morgan Stanley Research said in a note that consensus expectations of Genting Malaysia’s growth locally remain too high, and the company’s oversea

Morgan Stanley Research expects Genting Singapore to report 15Q2 earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortization (EBITDA) of S$235 millio

Genting Singapore could ramp up profits by 45 percent if it were to achieve the same EBITDA market share that it achieved in 2011, but such opportunit

Morgan Stanley analysts say Macau is not at a bottom despite three bullish claims by optimists that regulatory easing would follow a fiscal deficit; c

The hype and grandeur of Galaxy has failed to lift the mood in Macau among more analysts, with Morgan Stanley saying despite the addition of new suppl

Macau’s gaming sector remains uninspiring in the short-term for analysts at Morgan Stanley Research with sequential growth in mass and gross gaming

Morgan Stanley says Macau labor costs may be lower than the 10 to 15 percent increase most operators had been predicting for 2015 as casinos take mea

Gross gambling revenue in Macau suffered the first annual decline in 2014 since records began in 2002. According to figures from the Gaming Inspecti

Casinos around Asia and in the United States are benefiting from Beijing’s crackdown on corruption and extravagance by attracting Chinese high rolle

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