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Wynn Resorts shares declined more than 12 percent during after-hours trading as the company missed estimates in its quarterly earnings.
The hotel and casino company reported earnings of $1.68 a share, while analysts expected $1.69 a share. However, it did beat on revenue, coming in at $1.71 billion versus an estimate of $1.66 billion.
However, Wall Street analysts focused on CEO Matthew Maddox's comments about a "slowdown" in the company's Macau business. The chief executive explained that since China's weeklong holiday earlier in the month, weekend attendance at its Macau location has been "sporadic."