Almost 40 percent rise in monthly revenues to 15.3 billion patacas
 
The Macau gambling market continued its seemingly unstoppable rise in September 2010, recording revenues of 15.3 billion patacas (around $1.9 billion) – 39.8 percent up on the corresponding period last year, reports the Macau Gaming Inspection and Coordination Bureau.
 
The figure fell short of July's 70 percent phenomenal year-over-year increase, but the numbers are still strong and appealing to American investors weary of low performance in the US, said Deutsche Bank analyst Chris Worenka.
 
Macau became the world premier gambling hub by revenue in 2006, overtaking Las Vegas and continuing to widen the performance gap in subsequent years.