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Claman on Call: FBN’s Liz Claman with an after-hours web exclusive on the markets, Wynn Resorts Director Elaine Wynn ’s comments on Atlantic City, the fallout from the Ray Rice scandal, the outlook for retail and the future of RadioShack.

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  1. Hong Kong Stocks Fall After Fed Taper, China Data

    Hong Kong stocks sold off early Thursday after the Federal Reserve decided to further taper stimulus, and after a final reading of China's manufacturing PMI contract...

  2. Hong Kong Stocks Drop On Emerging Markets Jitters

    Hong Kong stocks saw a broad selloff in early morning trading Monday amid investor anxiety over sharp outflows of funds from emerging markets. The Hang Seng Index fe...

  3. China Stocks Fall After Weak Manufacturing Data

    Hong Kong stocks extended losses in early trade on Thursday, after a preliminary reading of January's China manufacturing activity from HSBC fell to 49.6, marking th...

  4. Consumer Stocks Hit Record Highs

    Lots of consumer-related stocks are hitting new highs today, despite the hugely disappointing employment report.  Media, autos, personal-care products, pizza, wine a...

  5. China Stocks Fall On Shadow-banking Crackdown

    Hong Kong stocks edged lower in choppy trade early Tuesday, with the Hang Seng Index down 0.1% at 22,668.81. Most Chinese banks declined, as a state-run newspaper re...

  6. Macau Revenue Hits $45B, Outpacing Vegas

    China's Macau cemented its reign over Las Vegas as the world's most profitable gambling hub in 2013, with revenue growing by close to 19% as Asian millionaires flood...

  7. S&P Stocks Hitting New Highs

    More than 10% of all S&P 500 stocks hit all-time highs today after the Fed announced its decision to slow its monthly bond purchases.At the close of trading today, 5...

  8. Hong Kong Stocks Edge Up After Multiweek Low

    Hong Kong stocks edged up early Tuesday, with the benchmark coming off its lowest closing level since mid-November following lackluster manufacturing-sector activity...

  9. Japan court dismisses defamation suit against Wynn Resorts

    A Tokyo court has dismissed a defamation lawsuit filed by Japanese billionaire Kazuo Okada against U.S. casino operator Wynn Resorts and some of its top executives, ...

  10. Caesars exits Boston casino project, says unit under federal probe

    Caesars Entertainment Inc, the latest U.S. casino operator to fall under federal scrutiny, is pulling out of a $1 billion joint venture in Boston after background ch...

  11. Hong Kong Stocks Start Week Lower; HSBC Drops

    Hong Kong equities fell during early Monday trade, extending last week's losses as U.S. lawmakers remained deadlocked over ending the government shutdown and reachin...

  12. Japan: The Next Casino Gaming Frontier?

    The latest buzz in the casino industry is the possibility of Japan legalizing gambling and there are more signs pointing to this becoming a reality. If the country o...

  1. Atlantic City seeing casinos close in 2014?

    Communities In Schools Chairwomen and Wynn Resorts Director Elaine Wynn weighs in on Atlantic City’s casinos closing and educational reform.

  2. Pimco’s market playbook

    Pimco deputy CIO Mark Kiesel on opportunities in the market.

  3. Are investors still skeptical of the market?

    Bull Reef Brokerage CEO Scott Shellady, Money Map Press’ Keith Fitz-Gerald, FBN’s Lauren Simonetti, Nicole Petallides and Liz MacDonald on the markets, Netflix, Ford, McDonald’s and Chipotle.

  4. How to bet on the 2014 March Madness tournament

    Wynn Las Vegas Race & Sports Director Johnny Avello on the 2014 March Madness tournament and how to make money from it.

  5. ETFs For March Madness (PBS, SOCL, BJK)

    March Madness officially kicked off yesterday in Dayton and the big dance really gets going on Thursday.While the productivity around the country drops dramatically ...

  6. Hong Kong Stocks Rise As Casinos Recover

    Hong Kong stocks rose modestly at the start of trading on Thursday, as casino stocks rebounded after selloffs and as Hong Kong retailers were pushed up by robust sal...

  7. Hong Kong Stocks Rise As Casinos, Brokers Advance

    Hong Kong stocks bounced back on Wednesday after the previous day's heavy losses, with the Hang Seng Index up 0.6% at 21,534.96. Haitong International Securities Gro...

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