On Wednesday, February 03, Century Casinos Inc. (CNTY) had a good day on the market as shares jumped 2.41% to close at $8.06. Approximately 422,163 shares were traded in 2,225 daily trades, compared to an average daily volume of n/a shares out of a total float of 29.58 million shares. Century Casinos Inc. shares stayed within a range of $8.25 to $7.71 after opening the trading day at $7.89.
With today’s gains, Century Casinos Inc. now has a $238.38 million market cap over the past year, Century Casinos Inc.
shares have traded between the range of $8.95 and $1.01 and had a 50-day SMA of $n/a and a 200-day SMA of $n/a.
Century Casinos Inc is an international casino entertainment corporation located in the US. The company is mainly involved in the development and operation of gaming facilities, as well as related lodging, restaurants, and entertainment facilities. Through its subsidiaries, it manages Century Casino & Hotel, Century Casino St. Albert, Century Casino Calgary, Century Downs Racetrack and Casino, Century Mile Racetrack and Casino in Canada: Century Casino & Hotel in the United States and Casinos Poland in Poland.
It also operates ship-based casinos in international and Alaskan waters in combination with its land-based casinos pursuant to casino concessionaire agreements with cruise lines, including Oceania Cruises, TUI Cruises, Windstar Cruises, and Regent Seven Seas Cruises.
Century Casinos Inc. has some 3,515 employees and is located in Colorado Springs, CO. Its CEO is Peter Hoetzinger / Erwin Haitzmann.
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