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The Gaming Outlook
The Gaming Outlook

AIR DATE: July 13, 2010

The gaming industry has been struggling for two years. Declining gaming take and falling room rates have hurt casinos up and down the Strip. And the Cosmopolitan is about to open another 3,000 rooms. So what is the outlook for the gaming industry for the second half of 2010? Is there any hope that the big industry in Las Vegas will pick up in the next few months?

Howard Stutz, Gaming Reporter, LVRJ
Michael Paladino, Sr Dir - Gaming, Lodging and Leisure, Fitch Ratings
Bill Lerner, Head, Union Gaming Group
David G. Schwartz, Dir, Ctr for Gaming Research, UNLV
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