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Wynn Macau Ltd (1128.HK)

1128.HK on Hong Kong Stock

18.32HKD
27 Jun 2017
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Latest Key Developments (Source: Significant Developments)

Wynn Macau posts FY profit of HK$1.44 bln versus HK$2.41 bln
Thursday, 30 Mar 2017 06:41am EDT 

Wynn Macau Ltd <1128.HK>: Recommended payment of a final dividend of HK$0.42 per share . Fy profit attributable to owners HK$1.44 billion versus HK$2.41 billion .Fy operating revenue HK$22.10 billion versus HK$19.10 billion.  Full Article

Wynn Macau appoints Ian Michael Coughlan as president
Friday, 30 Sep 2016 04:36am EDT 

Wynn Macau Ltd <1128.HK> : Gamal Abdelaziz has resigned from his positions as president and executive director of company .Ian Michael Coughlan has been appointed as president of Wynn Macau.  Full Article

Wynn Macau says no interim dividend declared for six months ended 30 June<1128.HK>
Thursday, 18 Aug 2016 04:53am EDT 

Wynn Macau Ltd <1128.HK>: No interim dividend be declared or paid in respect of the six months ended 30 June 2016 .  Full Article

Wynn Macau announces purchase of Tulips sculpture and Amphora III<1128.HK>
Wednesday, 29 Jun 2016 05:02am EDT 

Wynn Macau Ltd <1128.HK>: Connected transaction - purchase of "tulips" sculpture and "Amphora III" <1128.HK> . Deal for approximately hk$262.7 million . Says unit Wynn Resorts entered into the purchase agreement with Wynn Design And Development, Llc .Deal to purchase the tulips sculpture.  Full Article

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Macau keeps gambling on gambling

HONG KONG (Reuters Breakingviews) - The Chinese gambling enclave of Macau has been going gangbusters of late, with gambling revenue rising for a ninth straight month in April. Shares in casino firms have rallied strongly alongside. The top three Hong Kong-listed stocks, Sands China, Wynn Macau and Galaxy Entertainment, have added $20 billion in market value. But the sector still lacks a family-friendly hedge against political and economic risk. Resort operators better hope their new luck holds.