Good Morning. Las Vegas Sands’ bet on Asia is continuing to deliver, with Sands China raking in some $1.6 billion in revenue during the second quarter and championing EBITDA figures of $541 million, even as it reversed a loss from the same quarter last year. In the Philippines, PAGCOR says it received some $662 million in the first half-year, up 35 percent and contributing to nation-building. And in Malaysia, Maybank sliced its expectations for Genting, upon a slow recovery in foreign visitation.

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Sands China revenue tops $1.6 billion in 2Q23

Macau’s Las Vegas Sands saw strong results from its Macau component, with some $1.62 billion in revenue during the second quarter, even as Singapore continued to deliver strong results. The group also reversed a yearly loss, garnering some $187 million in profit, even as property EBITDA rose to $541 million – proving the group’s progression into non-gaming is yielding results.

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