Asia Entertainment & Resources (AERL) says revenue in Macau increased 13% in April while its...
Asia Entertainment & Resources (AERL) says revenue in Macau increased 13% in April while its rolling chip turnover (aggregate bets in play) at its VIP room fell 16% to $1.47B. A self-directed tightening of credit by the company is the cause of the ongoing slip in the rolling chip turnover.
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