Lawrence Ho, Melco Resorts & Entertainment, says the company will focus on the potential of the Japanese markets.
The "Fast Money" traders debate the trade on casino stocks following another month of double-digit gains for Macau gaming revenues.
Hong Kong police have broken up a loan sharking syndicate that targeted Filipino domestic helpers, the SCMP reports.
Hong Kong is the costliest Asian city to get anything built due to its severe shortage of construction labor, the SCMP reports.
Casino operators globally are eyeing entry into Japan, but one analyst said Japanese lawmakers may adopt Singapore's methods in limiting gambling.
Alex Bumazhny of Fitch Ratings says a change in strategy and the improvement in macroeconomic conditions have contributed to Macau's gaming sector recovery.
Macau's gambling revenue rose for a seventh month and hit a two-year high in February, giving a boost to casino stocks Wednesday.
Lawrence Ho, CEO of Melco Crown Entertainment, talks about the tastes of Chinese consumers and how Macau needs to stay ahead of the game.
Lawrence Ho, CEO of Melco Crown Entertainment, talks about how customers are coming back more frequently after the lull early last year.
Police have disrupted a racket involving the use of China UnionPay terminals that made illegal cash transactions, the SMCP reports.
High-rollers are mustering up the courage to return to Macau casinos, a gaming expert told CNBC.
Grant Govertsen, MD at Union Gaming Group, says the winning streak for Macau's casinos is set to continue.
The gaming business in Macau depends on the condition of the Chinese economy and middle class, Melco International CEO Lawrence Ho says.
Lawrence Ho, Melco Crown Entertainment, talks about the impact of China's policies and growing middle class on the company's growth.
Chinese authorities are about to halve the amount of cash China UnionPay bank card holders can withdraw in Macau, the SCMP reports.
Las Vegas Sands, Restoration Hardware, and Aflac stocks are making headlines this Friday to wrap up the trading week.
The Monetary Authority of Macau said on Friday it would clarify its policy after a report it would limit certain ATM withdrawals sent casino shares tumbling.
Macau casino stocks dropped more than 10 percent during Thursday afternoon trade after ATM withdrawal limits were announced in the region.
CNBC's Dominic Chu reports that Macau's monetary authority may curb the amount of ATM withdrawals, according to the South China Morning Post.
Shares of Genting Singapore extended a more than month long rally as Japan took another step toward legalizing casinos.