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Genting Highlands to reopen as Malaysia hits 80% vaccination

Malaysia's Resorts World Genting and two other tourism destinations will be given the green light to reopen as the country expands its domestic travel...

Genting Singapore confirms aviation unit has been dissolved

Genting Singapore said its wholly owned Genting Singapore Aviation unit has been dissolved.

Genting Malaysia reopening likely “imminent” : UOB Kay Hian

Genting Malaysia has not yet reopened its casinos, but the permission is expected to be “imminent,” local brokerage house UOB Kay Hian wrote in a note.

Research firm forecast intact for Genting despite Yokohama withdrawal

Malaysia’s PublicInvest Research said it has left its forecasts and recommendations for Genting Bhd unchanged despite it losing its chance to be part of an IR project in Yokohama.

Genting “surprised and disappointed” by Yokohama IR decision

Genting Singapore said it was "surprised and disappointed" with the city of Yokohama decision to pull out of a bid to host an integrated resort.

Genting HK 1H loss narrows, but outlook remains uncertain

Genting HK said its 1H21 loss narrowed thanks to the resumption of cruises to nowhere out of Taiwan and Singapore, but warned the outlook remains uncertain.

Genting gives first figures for RWLV, says food and casino revenue strong

Genting said revenue for the first six days at Resorts World Las Vegas came in at about $14.9 million, driven by "very strong" casino and food and beverage.

Genting Malaysia 2Q revenue soars, but warns lockdowns to weigh

Genting Malaysia 2Q21 revenue soared more than seven times from last year, but the latest lockdowns in the country will weigh on business going forward.

Genting downgraded by S&P as recovery lags

Genting Group's credit ratings have been downgraded by S&P due to the slower-than-expected recovery in Malaysia, with earnings not seen recovering until 2023.

Genting Spore. still a buy despite Yokohama election result: Nomura

Genting Singapore remains a "buy" for analysts at Nomura, despite seeing its hopes for an IR license in Japan crushed by the election of an anti-casino mayor.