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    AGEM Index reports a sharp increase in March 2016, attributed to the stock price increase of Konami Corp, International Game Technology and Aristocrat Technologies. The index posted sequential growth of 13.9 percent to 224.4 points at the close of the month, representing an increase of 27.4 points. This is compared to growth of 8.5 points […]

    Gaming equipment stocks underperform in Nov.

    The Association of Gaming Equipment Manufacturers’ stock index declined in November from the previous month, though showed its second consecutive gain on a year-over-year basis. A total of 12 out of 14 gaming stocks declined, with index heavyweights Scientific Games losing more than 16 percent and Ainsworth Game Technology down 24.5 percent. Overall the index […]

    AGEM Index up 7.6 percent in October

    The Association of Gaming Equipment Manufacturers’ monthly AGEM Index gained for the first time in two months in October with a gain of 5.5 percent year on year. Compared with September, the index was up 7.6 percent.   In October, eight of the 13 global gaming equipment manufacturers reported month-to-month gains in stock price, with […]

    AGEM approves 10 new members, with two from Asia

    The Association of Gaming Equipment Manufacturers (AGEM) said its board of directors has approved the membership applications of 10 new companies, including two from Asia. The additions bring the trade group comprised of the world’s leading gaming suppliers to a total of 147. The two new Asian members are Axiomtek, based in New Taipei City, […]

    AGEM Index declines in May, though majority of stocks rise

    The Association of Gaming Equipment Manufacturers Index declined almost 2 percent in May, although the majority of the 13 companies making up the index saw share price gains. The composite index fell to 196.98 in the latest period, which represents a decline of 3.70 points from April and is the second month-to-month decline this year. […]
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