We think Las Vegas Sands ' best growth opportunities are still to come.
our $72 per share fair value estimate for narrow-moat Las Vegas Sands following the firm’s third-quarter results. Net revenue ..... hurt the region. Macau remains particularly important to Las Vegas Sands , given the area represented nearly two thirds of the firm
that give Televisa more than half of Mexico's pay TV market. Casino operators with Asian facilities, such as Las Vegas Sands LVS and Wynn Resorts WYNN, benefit from regulatory barriers to entry, giving Asian casino operators much wider economic
We're maintaining our $72 per share fair value estimate and narrow economic moat for Las Vegas Sands following the company’s second-quarter results. Net revenue grew 11.8% year-over-year, with its Macau operations driving
Las Vegas Sands ' strong first-quarter results came in consistent with our outlook for the company ..... somewhat elevated currently enterprise value/EBITDA multiple of 14 times, we view Las Vegas Sands as slightly overvalued at present.
or even losses during times of economic distress. Examples of consumer cyclical stocks include: Home Depot HD, Las Vegas Sands LVS , McDonald's MCD, and Daimler DDAIY. Defensive stock: The stock of a company whose performance is less sensitive
2015, positioning the company to complete the expansion project in advance of new casinos currently being constructed by Las Vegas Sands , Wynn Resorts, Melco Crown, and MGM China. Our current outlook is for the expansion to lead to a 40% incremental increase
Las Vegas Sands has exciting growth prospects, but the company still has risks.
Las Vegas Sands reported strong third-quarter results in line with our outlook for the company to continue to take market share in China due
recession. The companies that we now rate as high uncertainty are Accor, Galaxy Entertainment, InterContinental Hotels, Las Vegas Sands , Marriott, Melco Crown, MGM China, Hyatt Hotels, SJM Holdings, Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, Wyndham Worldwide