penn national debt

In an industry facing extreme stock market volatility due to the effect of COVID-19, Penn National Gaming is beating the odds. Should the level of Penn National debt cause investors, and players, to

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Fed Report Drives Gaming Stocks To

Wednesday saw casino stocks in steep decline for the second time this year, this time on warnings from the Federal Reserve. Economists warn that COVID-19 did more than affect peoples’ health. It also

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Nevada Gaming Control Board Announces Reopening Guidelines

In order for Las Vegas casinos to reopen, they must follow the Nevada Gaming Commission’s requirements. Stakeholders issued plans and guidelines to set the new normal for casinos during the anticipated Vegas reopening.

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Payroll Protection Program

The gaming industry received a reprieve last week, as small casinos will now be able to apply for the Payroll Protection Program. On April 28, the federal Small Business Administration reversed course on

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Will Casino Stocks Rebound

Casino stocks crashed in March in a COVID-19 induced panic. As tourism businesses worldwide come to a standstill, will casino stocks rebound? Will retail casinos provide local tourism and entertainment opportunities in a

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Virginia Casino Approval Bill

In March, Virginia’s General Assembly took a step forward on the Virginia casino approval bill. The Virginia governor stepped in, causing confusion and delay. State Senate Bill 36 gave five cities the opportunity

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