|Day Low/High||31.02 / 31.34|
|52 Wk Low/High||21.61 / 31.68|
Stocks edged higher in cautious gains after Monday's rally pulled the Dow Jones Industrial Average and S&P 500 to their best gains in six months.
Yellen's comments contribute to stocks as GDP expectations slip.
People are spending on trips more than they are on goods.
It's a wonder to me how split this market really is.
MGM reported adjusted earnings of 11 cents per share vs. Wall Street expectations of 17 cents per share.
On Thursday, Feb. 16, investors await a host of quarterly earnings reports and economic data.
For the week of Feb. 13, investors await Congressional testimony from Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen and a host of major earnings reports.
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Macau reported a 7% year-over-year increase in December visits to its casinos.
JPMorgan is bullish on regional gaming, but downgraded Penn National in a note Thursday.
MGM Resorts International CEO Jim Murren is watching Macau's new ATM withdrawal limits, but is still bullish on the region.
U.S. stocks gained steam as the Dow Jones Industrial Average inches closer to 20,000.
The country is finally on course to approve gaming resorts this year, which is boosting casino stocks in the United States, Macau and Malaysia.
Japan appears to be close to legalizing gambling following a positive legislative committee vote on Friday.
Macau lost one-quarter of its entire economy in 2015. Now it looks to be on steadier ground.
No matter who wins the election, there are ways to make money.
After a nine-day losing streak, U.S. stocks surged Monday as investors priced in a Hillary Clinton victory in Tuesday's presidential election.
Now may not be the time for gaming investors to start taking their money off the table.
A casino company gambles on a high-end luxury hotel as a way to continue to growth revenue.
A strong close above $28 will signal a breakout, and give us price targets in the upper $30s.
As I noted earlier this morning, my analyst attended Day One of this week's Goldman Sachs' Lodging, Gaming, Restaurant and Leisure Conference in New York and came away very skeptical about U.S. consumer sentiment. Here are some highlights from key c...
A weekly close above $24.50 could propel the stock back up to $30.
Even though MGM Resorts International shares have improved from a February low, it appears there has been a bearish divergence over the past two months.
Stocks closed out their fifth straight week of gains, their best winning streak since October 2015.
Consumer discretionary stocks won't be able to sustain a move back to recent highs soon.