Wynn’s $4.2 Billion Casino in Macau Is Seen Off to Slow StartBy
Analysts cite sluggish casino floor, flat Macau VIP business
Steve Wynn cautious on whether turnaround afoot in Macau
Wynn Resorts Ltd.’s $4.2 billion Macau resort is drawing lackluster numbers of new tourists and may be taking business from local rivals, said analysts who are tracking activity in the casino’s first few days.
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