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Sands China Ltd. (1928.HK)

HKSE - HKSE Delayed Price. Currency in HKD
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21.750+0.700 (+3.33%)
At close: 04:08PM HKT
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Previous Close21.050
Open21.100
Bid21.700 x 0
Ask21.750 x 0
Day's Range21.100 - 22.450
52 Week Range14.640 - 40.550
Volume39,315,645
Avg. Volume19,206,210
Market Cap176.027B
Beta (5Y Monthly)1.46
PE Ratio (TTM)11.11
EPS (TTM)1.958
Earnings DateFeb. 17, 2022 - Feb. 21, 2022
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend DateFeb. 03, 2020
1y Target Est27.45
  • Reuters

    Macau casino operators gain billions as govt keeps licences at six, Sands China soars

    HONG KONG (Reuters) -Shares of Macau's top casino operators racked up as much as HK$65.53 billion ($8.42 billion) on Monday - or 15% of their market value - as the government of the world's largest gambling hub retained the limit on casino licences to six. By the close of the Hong Kong market, the six Macau casino operators had gained 9.9% in value, or HK$42.2 billion, putting the overall market value of the oprators at about HK$469 billion. Sands China led the rally.

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    Macau's casinos pin hopes on everyday gamblers after junket shutdowns

    Macau's casinos face a bleak short-term outlook after shutting most of their lucrative gaming rooms catering to wealthy gamblers and as COVID-19 travel restrictions prevent the shift to mass-market customers that they will depend on in the future. The former Portuguese colony that is the world's biggest gambling hub in terms of money wagered has long relied on the revenue from the VIP gaming rooms where high-rollers placed massive bets. But the Chinese government's recent crackdown on the junket business, which arranged the transportation, accommodation and the credit necessary to gamble for wealthy clients, is calling into question the financial outlook for casino operators including Wynn Macau, Sands China and MGM China.

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    Macau casino and junket operators seek clarity over new gambling laws

    Senior Macau casino and junket executives met with authorities in the world's biggest gambling hub on Monday seeking details on proposed regulatory changes but received little in the way of clarity. It was attended by Sands China, Wynn Macau, Galaxy Entertainment, MGM China, Melco Resorts and SJM Holdings. Macau authorities have identified nine areas of potential change including having government representatives supervise daily casino operations, the number of licenses, better regulation and employee welfare.