Las Vegas Sands Beats the Profit Targets, Exceeding Performance in Singapore

Las Vegas Sands Corp, a prominent casino operator, exceeded Wall Street expectations for first-quarter profit, attributing its success to sustained tourist activity in Macau and robust performance in its Singapore operations, particularly at the Marina Bay Sands.

The Nevada-based company anticipates continued growth, propelled by ongoing capital investment initiatives in both the Macau and Singapore markets.

Las Vegas Sands Corp (Credits: Paul Yeung)

In China, the company’s business flourished as tourism gradually approached pre-pandemic levels following the relaxation of pandemic-related restrictions in Macau, a key gambling destination.

Benefitting from strong tenant sales and robust mass gaming activity, Marina Bay Sands reported an adjusted property EBITDA of $597 million.

CEO Robert Goldstein expressed satisfaction with the quarter’s financial and operational performance, highlighting significant growth in both Macau and Singapore.

Las Vegas Sands (Credits: Benjamin Hager)

Total revenue for the quarter that ended March 31 surged to $2.96 billion, marking a notable increase from $2.12 billion recorded a year earlier, surpassing analysts’ projections of $2.94 billion, according to LSEG data.

Adjusted earnings per share stood at 75 cents, outperforming the consensus estimate of 62 cents per share among analysts.

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