The stock of gaming giant Las Vegas Sands Corp. jumped 33 percent today as investors weighed news involving new analyst opinions and a dispute over a ferry that the company uses to bring gamblers from Hong Kong to its properties in …
MGM Mirage (NYSE: MGM) ? MGM Resorts International recently reported the promotions of three key executives in …
Four analysts surveyed by Zacks expected $3.15 billion. For the year, the company reported profit of $1.67 billion, or $2.10 per share. Revenue was reported as $11.41 billion. Las Vegas Sands stock opened Thursday down about 3 percent.
Las Vegas Sands shareholders also liked the deal, pushing the share price up about 3.5% to $75.58, in a 52-week range of $53.38 to $79.84. The stock’s 12-month consensus price target is $81.03.
Ominous omens abound: September has historically been the single worst month in the market, we just marked five years since the fall of Lehman Brothers, and last week's trading concluded on Friday the 13th. Yet equities still climb …
(Read last to last week's developments: Gambling Stock Round up for Jul 14, 2014). Recap of the Week's Important …
Stephanie Grimmett writes: Las Vegas Sands Corp. (NYSE:LVS) has gained more than 200% this year, rising from $14.94 at the beginning of January 2010 to close yesterday (Tuesday) at $47.23. Given that spectacular run, you might think …
Its stock soared 11.7 percent from $53.15 to $59.39 ... account for less than two percent of the $120 billion US gaming industry. Wynn Resorts and Las Vegas …
We remain neutral on LVS and Macau. With the stock +21% this year (S&P +3%) and trading at 15x 2016E EBITDA, we believe stabilization is already discounted. We think it's too early to call stabilization - and don't expect a v-shaped …