Wynn Shares Halted Briefly on Flubbed Regulatory Filing
Wynn Resorts filed 8-K regulatory documents by mistake Friday morning, which briefly halted the company's shares as investors awaited a new Macau casino deal announcement.
Trading has just resumed, after the company formally retracted the filing. The document includes details of Wynn's second Macau land contract.
The gaming company reached an agreement for its latest resort development on a 51-acre piece of land. But as of Friday morning, the deal has not been finalized.
Wynn was up 6.3 percent on the positive news of the proposed Macau resort, before shares were halted. (Click here for the real-time quote)
CNBC's Jane Wells originally reported this story, written by Jennifer Leigh Parker.