|Day Low/High||56.78 / 57.79|
|52 Wk Low/High||47.39 / 81.45|
Stock losses firm on Monday morning, the first trading day of the new quarter, as a selloff in financials and disappointing auto sales drag on markets.
Stock futures are narrowly mixed Monday in the beginning of a new month and quarter for markets.
This laggard could make up lost ground and outperform its peers.
Several casino operators have looked at the potential for legalized gambling in the state.
Adelson, and other gaming companies, hope to win operating rights in Japan, expected to be a major casino market.
A record $132 million was placed on Las Vegas sportsbooks Sunday, but 97% of the Super Bowl bets were placed illegally.
The Las Vegas Sands (LVS) CEO withdrew his support for the proposed $1.9 billion stadium.
While Macau revenue gained 3.1% last month it was lower than the consensus growth of 8.5%.
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The Dow Jones Industrial Average is on track to squeeze out another record close, its second in a row, in a mixed session.
Wynn is expected to report lower earnings this year than it did in the year ago period, though revenue is expected to rise.
Stocks hold mixed on Thursday as markets run out of steam to push a record-breaking rally into day two.
Las Vegas Sands reported fourth-quarter earnings of 62 cents per share, missing expectations by 4 cents.
Stock futures turn mixed on Thursday as investors take pause after Wednesday's history-making rally.
Las Vegas Sands missed analysts top and bottom line expectations.
These popular stocks look ready to increase their dividend payouts to shareholders in the weeks ahead.
These four popular stocks look ready to increase their dividend payouts to shareholders in the weeks ahead.
Las Vegas Sands (LVS) is expected to report fourth quarter earnings of $0.65 per share, slightly ahead of the $0.62 it reported a year ago.
Wynn Resorts (WYNN) is in position to benefit the most from Macau's recovery.
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Macau reported a 7% year-over-year increase in December visits to its casinos.
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