The AGEM index for November shows that there has been a slight decline in the fortunes of major international slot machine manufacturers.
The index, put together monthly by the Association of Gaming Equipment Manufacturers, fell by 117.1 points to 960.19, a decline of 10.9 per cent from October.
However, compared with a year ago, the index in recent months has shown significant growth, gaining 328.47 points for an annual growth rate of 52 per cent.
The largest decline to the index was attributed to Aristocrat Leisure with a 5.5 per cent fall in overall stock price.
The monthly index comprised 12 global gaming suppliers, nine of them based in the US.