- The Motley Fool03 May 22:00
When will Macau finally recover?
- Benzinga via Yahoo! Finance02 May 22:09
According to data released by the Macao Gaming Inspection and Coordination Bureau, gaming revenue in the month of April came in at 17.3 billion patacas, about 9.5 percent lower than April 2016’s number. ...
- Bloomberg01 May 13:41
Macau’s April casino revenue dropped less than analysts estimated as gaming at tables attracted casual gamblers after a downturn.
- GlobeNewswire via Yahoo! Finance03 May 23:00
MACAU, May 03, 2016-- Melco Crown Entertainment Limited, a developer, owner and operator of casino gaming and entertainment casino resort facilities in Asia, today announces that it will file its unaudited ...
- Seeking Alpha01 May 23:41
Gross gaming revenue in Macau fell 9.5% Y/Y to 17.34B patacas ($2.17 billion) in April, according to the latest report from the Gaming Inspection and Coordination Bureau.
- CNBC via Yahoo! Finance03 May 04:30
A number of casino stocks amid positive news from the much-maligned Macau gambling scene.
- Bloomberg25 Apr 15:29
Melco Crown Entertainment Ltd. and the Macau unit of Wynn Resorts Ltd. are potentially most at risk among casino operators exposed to debt-ridden gaming promoters as the local government continues its push for oversight, according to Daiwa Securities Group Inc.
Are Macau Casinos a Losing Bet? - Bloomberg
- AsiaOne29 Apr 17:21
Casino operator Genting Singapore has liquidated Genting Star Macau, an investment holding company that was acquired in 2005 as part of efforts to enter what was then the world's fastest-growing gambling market. The indirect, wholly-owned unit was dissolved because it was inactive, according to a Genting Singapore spokesman yesterday. The move was also made to streamline Genting Singapore's ...
- Reuters via Yahoo! Finance01 May 14:37
Macau, the world's biggest casino hub, posted a drop of 9.5 percent in gambling revenue for April, with the pace of decline decreasing from the previous month as the southern Chinese territory struggled ...
- Reuters via Yahoo! Finance27 Apr 09:51
Macau's Galaxy Entertainment posted a 6 percent rise in first-quarter earnings on Wednesday, in line with forecasts, and sounded a positive note for the coming year. Macau casino revenues have tumbled over the past 23 months due to slowing economic growth in China and an anti-corruption campaign which has kept high roller gamblers away from the baccarat tables in the southern Chinese enclave. A...