Most Asian gaming equipment manufacturers saw their stock prices rise in November. The general index rose 27.5 points.
Asia.- The Association of Gaming Equipment Manufacturers (AGEM) has presented the results AGEM index for November.
Stock prices for gaming equipment manufacturers rose to 136.41 points. The general index rose to 631.72 points – a 27.5 per cent increase on October.
AGEM said: “Overall, the majority of AGEM Index companies reported rises in stock price during the month, with 12 trending positively and one moving negatively.”
One of the biggest rises was Konami, whose stock price grew 37.6 per cent and contributed 39.45 points to the AGEM Index’s November gain.
The stock price for Aristocrat Leisure also grew 11.6 per cent, making an index contribution of 35.65 points.
Australia’s Ainsworth Game Technology rose by 10.5 points, while Taiwan’s Astro Corp fell 11.1 points.