Asia’s gaming stocks have been pummelled by the outbreak of the coronavirus, but with signs China may be bringing the disease under control, is it nearing the time to re-enter the market?
Crown Resorts’ decision to halve its stake in its Melco Crown Entertainment venture is not a call on the Macau market, but rather a decision to refo
Macau’s casino shares saw a dip in price after it was announced that Chinese authorities detained 18 employees of Crown Resorts for suspected “gam
Macau’s gaming stocks may see a mid-year rally, said Deutsche Bank’s Asian gaming analyst, Karen Tang in a note over the weekend. “Since peaking
Wynn Macau stock has already outperformed year to date ahead of the opening of Wynn Palace, said Morgan Stanley analysts in a note on Tuesday. “Hist
Wynn Resorts has said it expects a drop of about 25 percent in its Macau revenue in Q4, though a stronger performance in Las Vegas will help to offset
Investors will likely be looking for bottom-fishing opportunities in 2016, but should continue to be patient, Macquarie Research says. The temptation
Shares in Macau’s casino operators started the year on a black note, with all recording sharp losses after weaker-than-expected Chinese economic dat
Melco Crown Entertainment unveiled its Studio City Event Center to over 8,500 employees last week at three staff rallies. The rally was officiated b
China is studying supportive measures for Macau to revive the city’s economy, and its casino industry, the Macao Daily reported on its website Frida
Macau casino stocks' 21 percent rally in July evaporated and reversed into a 40 percent plunge to new lows by September's end, according to Bloomberg
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