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Whenever we learn of some market or industry event that shifts conventional thinking, the quick inclination is to look for the other shoe to drop. In a pinch, especially during a frenetic period like last week, it does the job. Going one step furthe...
High-momentum tech stocks were among the hardest hit in the broad selloff.
In the gaming space, I'd put my money on a Macau rebound and value.
On Wednesday, July 21st TheStreet awaits earnings results from Coca-Cola (KO), Boeing (BA), EMC Corp (EMC), Qualcomm (QCOM), American Express (AXP), and Las Vegas Sands (LVS).
It's a very boring session with a narrow trading range as investors take break after four days of rally mode to digest Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen's latest comments. Some stocks of interest: Barclays moved Las Vegas Sands (LVS) to Overweight ...
Casino stocks with exposure to Macau rallied Monday on news its government is considering easing smoking bans on casino floors.
With a malaise seemingly at hand, you can't afford to be too bullish about this alleged economic juggernaut.
But investors are likely to be wary ahead of the Fed meeting.
We also look at dividend boosts from FedEx and Target.
Las Vegas Sands, MGM Resorts falter; broader market finishes session in the red.
Shares of casino operator Wynn Resorts (WYNN) finished Monday's trading day down almost 6 percent. The stock is TheStreet's Move of the Day.
Casino stocks were under pressure Monday after Sterne Agee published estimates suggesting gambling capital Macau saw a 46% decline in its revenue run rate at the beginning of the month.
Small company has better prospects than bigger casino names.
Macau casino stocks were still in the red Monday. That's following the news that casino revenue for the Chinese peninsula has dropped 37.1 percent in May from last year's numbers.
In Monday's Analysts' Actions, we highlight downgrades on Yelp (YELP), Chevron (CVX), and Las Vegas Sands (LVS).
Part of the reason casinos have been struggling is due to the economy.
Jim Cramer answers viewers' Twitter (TWTR) questions from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.