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May 8, 2014
06:37 EDTWYNN, LVS, MGM, MPELUnionPay to crack down on Macau money transfers, South China Morning Post says
China's state-backed payment card company, UnionPay, yesterday said it would crack down on illegal money transfers from mainland China to Macau casinos, according to The South China Morning Post. Shares of the operators of the top Macau casinos dropped sharply in China in the wake of the news, the publication added. Publicly traded companies that operate Macau casinos include Las Vegas Sands (LVS), MGM Resorts (MGM), Wynn Resorts (WYNN). and Melco Crown (MPEL). Reference Link
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August 28, 2014
09:32 EDTWYNN, LVS, MGMNevada reports July statewide gaming win up 0.65% to $931.8M
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August 26, 2014
09:50 EDTMPELOn The Fly: Analyst Upgrade Summary
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07:26 EDTLVS, MGM, WYNNMacau estimates lowered at Morgan Stanle
Morgan Stanley lowered Macau 2014 growth estimates to 6% from 12% and 2015 to 11% from 12.5% due to expectations for VIP trends to continue to deteriorate given the China macro impact and notes slowing mass growth rates.
07:21 EDTMPELMelco Crown upgraded to Overweight from Equal Weight at Morgan Stanley
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05:50 EDTLVSLas Vegas Sands receives construction permit for Parisian Macao
Las Vegas Sands announced that the company has received the government permit needed for construction on the $2.7B Parisian Macao to resume this week. The company said additional permits will be necessary as the development continues, but after undergoing a brief work stoppage, this approval enables work on the critical podium structure to restart immediately.
August 21, 2014
06:54 EDTWYNNWynn unit to spend $20M on Macau casinos design work, Macau Business says
Wynn Resorts' Wynn Macau unit is slated to spend $20.13M this year on design work for its casinos, Macau Business reports. This figure is double the amount the company originally planned. Reference Link

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