Report: Casino revenue fell 5.5 percent last year - Las

Casinos In U.S. see casino gambling revenues decline in 2009. The U.S. recession and the consequently following tightening of the consumers' wallets made the casinos in the United States see a drastic decline in their revenue for the year 2009. According to the Thursday's report by the American Gaming Association, the combined revenue of the United States casinos in 2009 fell 5.5% or $1.8 ATLANTIC CITY - Year-end revenue figures will be released today for the gaming industry - and they're not expected to be pretty. Casino revenue figures for 2009 expected to show worst decline ever ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. -- Revenue and jobs at the nation's gambling halls fell last year as Americans became less willing to risk their money, according to a report released Monday by the national The decline in consumer spending also hurt 2009 gaming tax revenue, the report indicated. U.S. commercial casinos contributed $5.59 billion to state and local governments in 2009, a decrease of 1 Every casino in the city experienced a decline in April, led by three of the most struggling gambling houses. Trump Marina Hotel casino, which is due to be sold in less than three weeks to a New State revenues from all sources of authorized gambling fell 2.8% in fiscal 2009, according to a report from the Rockefeller Institute of Government released Monday. It was the first decline in

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