Las Vegas Sands Reportedly Has Worst Performing Casino Stock

Las Vegas Sands Casino stocks have ended the session lower on 13th May by closing -0.67% as compared to their previous day’s (12th May) session ending. Las Vegas Sands Casino stocks had a broad turn down with 1 out of 7 casino companies trading higher.

According to the report, MGM Resorts was the top performer of the casino stocks on 13th closing at $14.72 representing 2.15%. vs the previous trading session. The shares of MGM Resorts, the hospitality and gaming Company owner of properties like the Bellagio and MGM Grand in Las Vegas, NV have defined support at $12.52 and resistance at $15.15.

Pinnacle Entertainment was also among the top performers, closed the trading session at $13.9 representing -0.22% from its previous close. Pinnacle Entertainment, the owner and operator of casinos and casinos resorts throughout the U.S. and Argentina has calculated order proscar online support and resistance levels at $13.13 and $13.97 respectively.

Casino Stocks worst performers include Las Vegas Sands (NYSE:LVS) that closed the trading session at $42.6 or -1.82% from the previous close. Las Vegas Sands, the owner and operator of casino resorts and convention centers in the U.S., Macau, and Singapore shares have defined support at $42.34 and resistance at $44.88. Also among the worst performers was Penn National Gaming (NASDAQ:PENN), which closed the trading session at $38.85 representing -1.67% from the previous trading session.

Casino stocks has really outperformed the broad market S&P 500 Index that closed the trading session at 1337.77, -10.88 points or -0.81% from the previous trading session.

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