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Galaxy Entertainment Group Limited (0027.HK)

HKSE - HKSE Delayed Price. Currency in HKD
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62.250+1.200 (+1.97%)
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Previous Close61.050
Open61.750
Bid62.250 x 0
Ask62.300 x 0
Day's Range61.700 - 64.000
52 Week Range37.000 - 65.000
Volume8,153,318
Avg. Volume10,480,531
Market Cap270.332B
Beta (5Y Monthly)1.25
PE Ratio (TTM)20.67
EPS (TTM)3.011
Earnings DateFeb 12, 2021 - Feb 16, 2021
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend DateMar 25, 2020
1y Target Est63.49
  • Reuters

    RPT-As cash flees Macau junkets, gambling hub faces long odds of quick recovery

    Fears China is broadening a crackdown on offshore gambling has sparked a rush to withdraw billions of dollars from the world’s biggest gambling hub Macau, threatening a recovery in the coronavirus-stricken economy, executives say. An unprecedented stampede to withdraw money from junkets – companies which lure high rollers to gamble – started in July after Beijing identified the cross-border flow of funds for gambling as a national security risk. Worryingly, the customer withdrawals have spilled into the broader casino industry, leading to a cash crunch in Macau's VIP sector at a time the Chinese territory is struggling to recover from COVID-19 restrictions which has sent tourist numbers and gambling revenues plummeting.

  • Reuters

    As cash flees Macau junkets, gambling hub faces long odds of quick recovery

    Fears China is broadening a crackdown on offshore gambling has sparked a rush to withdraw billions of dollars from the world’s biggest gambling hub Macau, threatening a recovery in the coronavirus-stricken economy, executives say. An unprecedented stampede to withdraw money from junkets – companies which lure high rollers to gamble – started in July after Beijing identified the cross-border flow of funds for gambling as a national security risk. Worryingly, the customer withdrawals have spilled into the broader casino industry, leading to a cash crunch in Macau's VIP sector at a time the Chinese territory is struggling to recover from COVID-19 restrictions which has sent tourist numbers and gambling revenues plummeting.

  • Galaxy Entertainment Group Q2 & Interim Results 2020
    Business Wire

    Galaxy Entertainment Group Q2 & Interim Results 2020

    Galaxy Entertainment Group ("GEG", "Company" or the "Group") (HKEx stock code: 27) today reported results for the three month and six month periods ended 30 June 2020. (All amounts are expressed in Hong Kong dollars unless otherwise stated)