|Bid||142.36 x 1000|
|Ask||142.70 x 1100|
|Day's range||139.38 - 142.96|
|52-week range||132.26 - 203.63|
|PE ratio (TTM)||28.34|
|Earnings date||24 Oct 2018 - 29 Oct 2018|
|Forward dividend & yield||3.00 (1.95%)|
|1y target est||188.25|
A woman who says she was raped by casino mogul Steve Wynn in Chicago in the early 1970s and gave birth to his daughter in a gas station restroom has provided a sworn statement containing inconsistencies about dates, names and other things she said happened to her. In the affidavit, Halina Kuta claims she was once married to Wynn and bore other children with him, though she acknowledged that she can't recall all their names or dates of birth. Kuta also made other extraordinary claims, telling lawyers in the affidavit that she was the model for Pablo Picasso's painting "Le Reve," or "The Dream," and that Wynn stole masterpieces by Picasso and Rembrandt from her.
U.S. companies with significant exposure to crisis overseas have posted a weak financial quarter relative to the broader market, according to one team of analysts on the Street. Less than half of the companies in Goldman Sachs' emerging-market stock basket, which includes firms with sales in Brazil, Russia, India and China (or BRIC), posted positive earnings surprises in the most recent three-month period. "Fully 23 percent of the stocks in the basket missed consensus sales estimates by more than one standard deviation, nearly double the percent of negative surprises in the S&P 500," wrote Goldman's chief equity strategist, David Kostin.
Asian stocks closed lower on Wednesday, with Chinese shares dropping more than 2 percent. The Turkish lira was firmer against the dollar during afternoon trade after rising around 8 percent on Tuesday. Asian shares closed mostly lower in Wednesday trade, shrugging off the positive tone on Wall Street, as the dollar held firm in the wake of Turkey's currency crisis.
Of Goldman's emerging market stock basket only 47 percent of companies in the basket posted positive earnings surprises. Components of Goldman's emerging market list include Wynn Resorts and Las Vegas Sands, both of which have more than 70 percent sales exposure to BRIC countries. The bank's cautious note came as the Turkish lira continued its downward spiral Monday with a 7 percent drop after plunging roughly 20 percent against the dollar Friday.
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Source: InsiderScore.com Billionaire investor Elaine Wynn entered into a cooperation agreement with the casino operator. Under the terms of the deal, Wynn Resorts added Elaine Wynn’s designee, Philip Satre, to its board and named him vice chairman. Ms. Wynn, who owns 9,539,077 shares, or 8.8% of the total WYNN shares outstanding, also entered into a standstill agreement, based on which she will not acquire more than 9.9% of the shares outstanding or submit any shareholder proposals or director nominations through the company’s 2020 Annual Meeting.
"We're just as hard workers as men on the job site — we lace our boots on time, just the same as they do," she says. Man-Doherty says the crew at Encore has been incredibly supportive and treats her like a daughter. The traditionally male-dominated construction industry has become increasingly welcoming to women, who are seen as part of the solution to the construction worker shortage, and a labor force that will help shore up union pensions.
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Casino operator Wynn Resorts has appointed its current CEO and the former CEO of Deutsche Bank to its board of directors. The Las Vegas-based company announced the appointments Tuesday. The addition of ...
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LAS VEGAS (AP) — The Latest on actions taken by the board of directors of casino operator Wynn Resorts (all times local):
Among the companies with shares expected to trade actively in Monday's session are Berkshire Hathaway, PepsiCo, Newell Brands, Tyson Foods and Wynn Resorts.
Wynn Resorts Ltd. tapped former Harrah’s Chief Executive Officer Phil Satre to become the casino company’s next chairman as part of a settlement with its largest shareholder, Elaine Wynn. Satre will begin as vice chairman of Wynn Resorts, which is trying to restore its reputation after a sexual-harassment scandal involving its former CEO. Under the agreement, Elaine Wynn won’t significantly increase her near 9 percent stake, nominate more directors or join groups seeking a takeover until 2020.
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Japanese gaming group Universal Entertainment said on Monday its former chairman Kazuo Okada had been arrested by Hong Kong’s corruption watchdog in connection with corruption-related offences. In a stock exchange filing, the company said Mr Okada had been arrested by Hong Kong’s Independent Commission Against Corruption “in relation to various corruption related offences”.
Casinos have been trounced this week by earnings and Macau data. Both Wynn Resorts (WYNN) and MGM Resorts International (MGM) disappointed when they reported earnings this week, dragging down casinos in general, a blow following downbeat July gaming data from Macau. Analysts are still weighing in on the results, and even bulls think that the stocks have to step up their game.