Penn National Gaming, Inc.

NASDAQ: PENN
$29.43
-$0.42 (-1.4%)
Closing price July 10, 2020
An update on its gaming and racing properties helped boost Penn National Gaming shares to close out the week.
One area benefiting from the growth and sophistication of technology is gambling, especially sports betting online. These four stocks look attractive for aggressive accounts seeking ideas that could...
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Casino operator Penn National has agreed to acquire rival Pinnacle Entertainment for $2.8 billion, including debt. The acquisition will lift Penn's total properties by 16 to 41 when the deal closes.
The top analyst upgrades, downgrades and initiations seen on Thursday morning include Deutsche Bank, Editas, EMC, Exxon Mobil, First Solar and Newmont Mining.
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