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Las Vegas Sands
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14 сентября, 22:42

How Big Is The Japan Opportunity For Las Vegas Sands?

Japan legalized casino operations last year, and is currently formulating laws for the industry. Japan, the third largest economy in the world, presents a big opportunity for global casino operators as it is completely unpenetrated.

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28 июня, 20:36

Why MGM's Stock Has Rallied 30% In The Past 3 Months

MGM Resorts International’s (NYSE: MGM) stock has rallied nearly 30% in the last three months and has outperformed the gaming industry at large. Las Vegas Sands and Wynn’s stocks have rallied as well, but to a much lesser extent during the same timeframe.

26 июня, 12:55

Intro Guide to the Vanguard Extended Market Index Investor Fund (VEXMX)

Vanguard Extended Market Index Investor (VEXMX) a Zacks Rank #1 (Strong Buy) attempts to match the performance of the Wilshire 4500 Equity Index, an unmanaged index made up mostly of mid and small capitalization companies

23 июня, 08:27

Кто заработает на отмене Obamacare?

Это не учитывает прирост капитала, который Aдельсон может получить путем продажи своих акций или за счет дохода от других инвестиционных средств, которыми владеет. Это означает, что доходы могут быть еще больше. Средства от этого налога идут на финансирование таких расходов, как расширение Medicaid и налоговых кредитов. Состояние Адельсона достигает $36 млрд. И сэкономленные $44 млн будут равны лечению 7670 американцев в рамках Medicaid.

23 июня, 00:11

Кто заработает на отмене Obamacare?

Шелдон Адельсон, миллиардер, магнат в сфере игрового бизнеса, ключевой спонсор Республиканской партии получит огромную выгоду от перестройки системы здравоохранения, одобренную Палатой представителей США.

23 июня, 00:11

Кто заработает на отмене Obamacare?

Шелдон Адельсон, миллиардер, магнат в сфере игрового бизнеса, ключевой спонсор Республиканской партии, получит огромную выгоду от перестройки системы здравоохранения, одобренную палатой представителей США.

22 июня, 12:44

Forbes назвал самых богатых жителей каждого из штатов США

Лидеры по числу миллиардеров — Калифорния, Нью-Йорк и Техас

22 июня, 08:40

Миллиардеры-лоббисты: кто стоит за этническими лобби в США

Вопреки стереотипам, национальные диаспоры далеко не всегда отстаивают политику своей исторической родины

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12 июня, 16:30

The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: American Express, Las Vegas Sands, Aetna, Yahoo and Baker Hughes

The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: American Express, Las Vegas Sands, Aetna, Yahoo and Baker Hughes

09 июня, 20:15

Top Stock Research Reports for AmEx, Las Vegas Sands & Aetna

Top Stock Research Reports for AmEx, Las Vegas Sands & Aetna

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02 июня, 16:30

The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: Wynn Resorts, Las Vegas Sands, MGM Resorts and Melco Crown Entertainment

The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: Wynn Resorts, Las Vegas Sands, MGM Resorts and Melco Crown Entertainment

01 июня, 18:56

Here's Why Casino Stocks Gained Today

Shares of some of the world's largest casino companies--including Wynn Resorts (WYNN), Las Vegas Sands (LVS), and MGM Resorts (MGM)--were gaining in morning trading Thursday after the latest Macau revenue numbers pointed to a continued recovery in the gambling hotspot.

30 мая, 16:05

Wynn Resorts Rides on Macau Revival, Solid Vegas Business

On May 30, we issued an updated research report on leading developer, owner and operator of casino resorts Wynn Resorts, Limited (WYNN)

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26 мая, 21:46

Why Las Vegas Sands Is Focused On International Expansion

Although the Las Vegas Strip is the third-largest casino market globally, Las Vegas Sands (NYSE: LVS) derives just around 13% of its revenues from the region. The company has focused on expanding internationally, primarily in Macau and Singapore,

17 мая, 13:20

Why Fidelity Select Leisure Fund (FDLSX) Worth Another Look?

Fidelity Select Leisure Fund (FDLSX) seeks capital appreciation

09 мая, 18:38

The Power Of One

by Doug Weber As hot an issue as the environment has been in recent years, there’s never been much money in it for politicians. People who work for environmental advocacy groups, for instance, tend not to have a lot of extra scratch to contribute to candidates and parties, and political action committees in the field are generally modestly funded. So why, after never having cracked the Center for Responsive Politics‘ 50 top-giving industries and interest groups, have environmental interests suddenly shot into seventh place in the 2014 and 2016 election cycles? The answer is one Supreme Court decision plus one man. The decision, of course, is Citizens United, the 2010 ruling that allows corporations, unions and individuals to spend unlimited amounts to advocate for a candidate’s election or defeat as long as that spending isn’t coordinated with the candidate. The man is Tom Steyer, billionaire environmentalist and hedge fund manager. Take a look at the following chart: Propelling the rise of environmental interests was the fact that Steyer contributed 85 percent of that interest group’s contributions, or $73.9 million, in the 2014 cycle and 78 percent, or $87 million, in 2016. Casinos and gambling make up another industry whose rankings have soared, from 36th in 2008 to 18th in 2016 (and it was as high as 10th in 2012). That’s due to the political engagement of Las Vegas Sands casino owner Sheldon Adelman. Adelson accounted for 62 percent, or $43.6 million, of the contributions from the industry in the 206 cycle. This is part of a trend of relatively few large donors dominating campaign contributions since the Citizens United decision. On average, the top individual donor for an industry accounted for 10 percent of the contributions from that industry in the 2016 cycle, a higher percentage than ever before. Prior to 2002, when the Bipartisan Campaign Reform Act was passed, individuals, corporations and unions could make unlimited contributions to the political parties, called “soft money.” During that period, the top individual donors in each industry averaged as much as nearly 4 percent of contributions from that industry. After that law took effect, the top donors’ share dropped below 1 percent. In the wake of Citizens United, there was a dramatic increase in contributions from the top donors in each industry, well beyond the levels of the soft money era. In 2016, for the first time individuals accounted for half or more of the contributions from five interest groups or industries that gave more than $1 Million. Leaving aside consideration of industries, the shift that has allowed a small group of political donors to account for a larger and larger share of the contributions total has been dramatic. Post Citizens United, the top donors’ share of contributions jumps from a fraction of a percent in 2008 to close to one-fifth of contributions in the 2016 cycle. Furthermore, these individual donors have much more control of their money than they did in the soft money era: Rather than simply handing it over to the Democratic or Republican parties, they can direct it to groups benefiting particular candidates. In the second decade of the 21st century, the biggest individual donors have assumed a far greater role in elections than we’ve seen in generations. -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.

09 мая, 16:30

The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: United Technologies, Lilly, American Express, Aetna, Las Vegas Sands and Capital One

The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: United Technologies, Lilly, American Express, Aetna, Las Vegas Sands and Capital One

09 мая, 03:03

Leading Chinese Bank Pulls ATMs from Macau

May.08 -- Las Vegas Sands, Wynn Resorts and other Macau casino operators tumbled in New York Monday after a leading Chinese bank pulled its ATMs from the world’s biggest gambling market as part of a corruption crackdown. Bloomberg's Chris Palmeri reports on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia."