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Market Madness: New Jersey Gambling Is a Lucrative Business

Market Madness: New Jersey Gambling Is a Lucrative Business

Gambling, JP Morgan and tech stocks.

Jim Cramer on How China Trade Worries Affect Casino Stocks, Starbucks and Apple

Jim Cramer on How China Trade Worries Affect Casino Stocks, Starbucks and Apple

When it comes to China retaliation against the U.S. for tariffs, China could stop Macau gambling, according to TheStreet's founder and Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer.

Market Madness: Casino Stocks Are Tumbling

Market Madness: Casino Stocks Are Tumbling

The market is open, so let's go over what you need to know.

Doubting Nvidia's Future Is Dumb

Doubting Nvidia's Future Is Dumb

The stock may be a little lower in recent sessions, but this company is likely to be on fire over the long-term.

GameStop Jumps 9% on Private Equity Buyout Rumors

GameStop Jumps 9% on Private Equity Buyout Rumors

The struggling games retailer has sunk 30% in the past year, but shares jumped 9% Monday following reports of a private equity buyout.

Wynn Shares Slip On Missed Macau Growth

Wynn Shares Slip On Missed Macau Growth

On June 1 authorities reported that May gambling revenue in the special administrative region of China missed estimates, rising 12.1% versus a 17.4% expectation.

MGM, Culinary Union Reach 5-Year Deal as Vegas Avoids Worker Shutdown

MGM, Culinary Union Reach 5-Year Deal as Vegas Avoids Worker Shutdown

Culinary Local 226 and Bartenders Local 165 reach a new five-year labor agreement with MGM Resorts International.

Bitcoin Today: Cryptos Kick Off June With Lackluster Start

Bitcoin Today: Cryptos Kick Off June With Lackluster Start

Bitcoin trades slightly lower Friday. Here's what you need to know.

Union Reaches Tentative Agreement With Caesars in Las Vegas

Union Reaches Tentative Agreement With Caesars in Las Vegas

The new five-year deal covers about 12,000 workers at nine casinos in Las Vegas.

Casino Stocks Fall as Union Strike Deadline Approaches

Casino Stocks Fall as Union Strike Deadline Approaches

MGM and Caesars could lose $10 million a day combined if the strike happens, the Las Vegas Culinary Union estimates.