Macau Gambling Falls Less Than Estimates Helped by TouristsBy
June revenue down 25th-straight month, easing from May’s drop
Operators are opening more casino resorts aimed at tourists
Macau’s gaming revenue fell less than analysts’ estimates in June as tourists and leisure gamblers helped boost the city’s casinos including those owned by units of Las Vegas Sands Corp. and Wynn Resorts Ltd.
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