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Phoenix New Media Hong Kong stocks | Goldman Sachs Group reported that due to the recovery of COVID-19 's epidemic, the trend of GGR (gross gaming revenue) has weakened. Macau gaming stocks fell sharply from July to August, but Macau gaming stocks rebounded by an average of 10 per cent in the past month as the situation improved. However, with the recent report of new DELTA cases in Fujian Province, the government immediately put four regions (all in Putian) on the medium / high risk alert list, coupled with concerns about the risk of licence expiry, Macau gaming stocks were hit hard again. According to media reports, it is estimated that more than 30, 000 people have travelled from Putian to other provinces, prompting a possible wider spread of the virus
[Caihua Social News] Sands China Ltd. (01928.HK) fell 4% as of 09:54 to HK $14.88, or HK $0.62, at HK $14.88. 17.16 million shares were traded, involving 260.2 million yuan. (source: FinetAI)
港股收评 | 恒指收跌1.46%录得四连跌，内房股、物管股集体下挫
The Hang Seng Technology Index fell 1.03%, and the National Index closed down 1.46%. Most large technology stocks fell, Bilibili Inc. and XIAOMI fell more than 2%; automobile stocks weakened, China Evergrande New Energy Vehicle fell more than 11%, Great Wall Motor fell more than 8%; semiconductor plate fell, Jingmen semiconductor fell more than 6%, Hua Hong Semiconductor fell more than 4%.
Consumer stocks tumbled collectively, Lifu International fell by more than 11%, Sands China fell by 9%, Yanyu, New Oriental Education & Technology Group online and New Oriental Education & Technology Group fell by more than 7%.
Hong Kong gaming stocks continued to decline, MGM China fell more than 6%, Melco International Development fell more than 5%, Sands China Ltd. and Wynn Macau fell nearly 5%.
[Caihua Social News] Sands China Ltd. (01928.HK) fell 3.21% as of 09:45 to HK $16.3, or HK $0.54. 14.03 million shares were traded, involving 236.1 million yuan. (source: FinetAI)
Gelonghui September 16? yesterday due to Macao's revision of the "Gaming Law" public consultation, Hao betting stocks rebounded this morning, SJM Holdings and Galaxy Entertainment rose more than 2%, Melco International rose 0.33%, but Sands China fell another 2%. As Hao betting stocks tumbled yesterday, BofA Securities said the market might overreact to the news, and Citi suggested absorbing betting stocks when valuations became attractive.
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