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CROWN RESORTS LTD (5CW.DU)

Dusseldorf - Dusseldorf Delayed price. Currency in EUR
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8.550.00 (0.00%)
As of 12:01PM CEST. Market open.
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Previous close8.55
Open8.55
Bid0.00 x N/A
Ask0.00 x N/A
Day's range8.50 - 8.55
52-week range5.30 - 8.85
Volume1,510
Avg. volume0
Market capN/A
Beta (5Y monthly)N/A
PE ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
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  • Reuters

    After 17 months in limbo, Australia's Crown Resorts to take bets in Sydney

    (Reuters) -Australia's biggest state on Wednesday cleared casino operator Crown Resorts Ltd to take bets at a A$2.2 billion ($1.5 billion) Sydney casino, a breakthrough after a years-long money-laundering scandal crippled its growth plans. The decision by the New South Wales gambling regulator ends a state of limbo for Crown's new waterfront resort, which had its licence suspended just before opening 17 months ago amid claims of shirking anti-money laundering rules and dysfunctional governance at its other assets. It also brings a bittersweet resolution for the company's billionaire founder and 37% shareholder James Packer, who spent years campaigning for permission to build the skyscraper, Sydney's tallest, which he once called his gift to his home city.

  • Reuters

    Australian Federal Court approves Blackstone's $6.3 billion Crown Resorts deal

    The approval follows nods from state regulators in Western Australia (WA), New South Wales (NSW) and Victoria last week, and gives billionaire James Packer an exit route from the Australian casino firm, beset by scandals and regulatory setbacks, in which he owns a 37% stake. "Crown will also request that quotation of Crown shares on the ASX be suspended from close of trading today," the company said in a statement.

  • Reuters

    A second Australian state launches probe into casino firm Star

    SYDNEY (Reuters) -Australia's Queensland state said it will investigate whether to let the country's No. 2 casino operator Star Entertainment Group Ltd keep its gambling licence amid money laundering concerns, putting a cloud over the company's main growth plan. After an inquiry in a neighbouring state accused Star of allowing breaches of anti-money laundering protocols at its Sydney resort, Queensland said on Tuesday it would also review the company's suitability for a licence. If that inquiry finds Star unsuitable, it would likely disrupt the company's plan to open a A$3.6 billion ($2.5 billion) casino resort in central Brisbane as planned in 2023.