Boyd Gaming (BYD) and Caesars Entertainment (CZR) are both scheduled to report their fourth quarter and full year earnings results on Valentine's Day after the closing bell. Wall Street expects both gaming company's to increase their top and bottom line results from a year ago, though Caesars is still expected to report a net earnings loss. Boyd is expected to earn 24 cents per share on revenue of $561.1 million while Caesars is expected to report a net loss of 37 cents per share, though revenue is expected to more than double from the previous year to $2.39 billion. Boyd Gaming was the subject of a bullish Aegis Capital note this week. The firm initiated coverage with a Buy rating and $24 price target. Both Boyd and Caesars were falling in morning trading Tuesday afternoon.
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