The second-quarter earnings of Las Vegas Sands Corp. came down by thirty-five percent due to the lower revenues from the table games while its Asian casinos also struggled with a downward trend of growth. The revenue did not meet the expectations of Wall Street. The low trend in the earnings was attributed to the major legal expenses and higher provisions for accounts receivable at Marina Bay Sands casino in Singapore. Sheldon Adelson, the CEO said that even though there is a decline in the earnings, the progress and extended base in Asia are beneficial for the company. He apprised the investors and the analysts that the presence of the company in Asian market contributes much towards revenues and growth of cash flow in future. The Singapore and Macau casinos of the company bring in massive revenues for the company that has recently launched Sands Cotai Central, its fourth casino in the gambling commune.
The major issues about legal and economic restrictions in China also count much for Las Vegas Sands in terms of its activities in Macau. The stagnant job conditions also add much to that aspect. An analyst at RBC Capital Markets, John Kempf said that it is quite tough altogether.
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