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2020-02-11
A note from Bernstein Research predicts that Macau’s February GGR could fall as much as 95 percent year-on-year in the event that the casino closure

2020-02-10
As a measure to relieve the economic stress during the Wuhan Coronavirus closure for its retail tenants inside the MGM Macau and MGM Cotai properties,

2020-02-09
A total of seven hotels in Macau are known to have suspended operations as a result of sharply lower visitation and countermeasures against the Wuhan

2020-02-06
With the mandated two-week closure of all casinos and a dramatic drop-off in visitors to the territory, a number of hotels in Macau are beginning to s

2020-02-05
The city’s 41 casinos have closed down for two weeks starting Wednesday 12am, in efforts to contain the spread of the coronavirus.  The decision

2020-02-04
Chief Executive Ho Iat Seng has announced that all 41 of the territory’s casinos must be shut for a period of at least two weeks as a measure to pre

2020-02-02
The Gaming Inspection and Coordination Bureau (DICJ) reported over the weekend that monthly GGR in the coronavirus-hit territory came in at MOP$22.1 b

2020-01-30
Jason Ader, managing partner at SpringOwl Asset Management and a former board member at Las Vegas Sands, told a CNBC business program on Tuesday that

2020-01-29
Slammed by fears and emergency immigration policies related to the rapid spread of Wuhan Coronavirus, visitation to Macau from mainland China has drop

2020-01-23
Gaming analysts are scrambling to estimate the economic impact as the Wuhan coronavirus crisis escalates and all public celebrations of Chinese New Ye

2020-01-22
Nomura Instinet issued a short note on Wednesday evening arguing that historical patterns from the 2003 SARS outbreak and 2008 bird flu scare suggest

2020-01-22
Macau has confirmed its first case of Wuhan coronavirus-linked pneumonia, in spite of the efforts of authorities to keep the infection out of the inte

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