Sands China announced last Friday that it had requested to be able to list new senior notes on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange (HKSE).
Casinos in Macau might need to be considering investing in their own permanent sources of electricity.
Sands China shareholders are going to see a little bit of extra cash next month.
After starting the year with a softened outlook, a couple of casino operators in Macau have just received a boost.
Las Vegas Sands' Macau division Sands China denies media reports that its Sands Macao mobile app was one of nearly 3,500 apps hit with Beijing ban hammer.
The company has reached an agreement with lenders that are going to extend the casino operator a $2-billion revolving line of credit.
Macau casinos report gaming revenue up 29% in July, extending their winning streak to 12 straight months; Neptune loses another junket partner.
Venetian Macau has cancelled the right of one of Neptune Group’s junket partners to run high roller tables on the integrated resort’s casino floor.
Four months on the job, and one of Sands China’s key executives has already called it quits.
Sands China may be late in the “bonus” game, but it is making sure that it’s worth the wait.