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PETALING JAYA: The acquisition of the unfinished resort on the Las Vegas strip in the United States by Genting Bhd is expected to bode well for the company, according to analysts.
KUALA LUMPUR: Following is a list of events in Malaysia as well as news company-related and market news which could have an influence on the local market.
NEW YORK: Trading in U.S. stocks was quiet on Tuesday but betting on the U.S. presidential race reached fever pitch, with most online gambling sites giving President Barack Obama favorable odds to win.
Atkantic City: Hurricane Sandy has silenced the thousands of slot machines and high-rollers who normally crowd the black jack and roulette tables of Atlantic City, but the resort's casino companies wager they could be back in business within days
FOR some people, betting is fun, and gambling can be exciting. But both can lead to serious problems that continue long after the thrill is gone. When money troubles start, we invariably experience stress in our relationships with loved ones and families. Our ability to function effectively at work will be seriously affected.
SINGAPORE: Whenever Christina Tang is overseas and returns to her hotel room, she always knocks on the door before entering even if she is the only occupant.
HONG KONG: Gambling revenue in Macau, the worlds largest gambling market, inched up 1.5% in July from a year earlier, the slowest growth since the financial crisis in 2009 as a tropical storm reduced visitor numbers, compounding subdued demand from Chinese gamblers.
HONG KONG/LOS ANGELES: The Macau government has launched an official investigation into Sands China, owned by billionaire Sheldon Adelson, after the company transferred documents linked to a wrongful dismissal case to the United States from Macau.