Hyatt Hotels Corp (H)
$57.02 2.48 (4.17%)
19:51 EDT H Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
Previous Close $57.02
Market Cap 2.51B
PE Ratio 11.52
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 998,500
Day's Range 56.51 - 59.10
52-Week Range 24.02 - 94.98
Dividend & Yield 0.45 (0.79%)
H Stock Predictions, Articles, and Hyatt Hotels Corp News
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By Thomas Niel
Times are still tough for the travel space, but these hotel stocks have what it takes to outlast the coronavirus and zoom higher. Here's why.
Hyatt Hotels (H) earnings for the hotel chain company's second quarter of the year have H stock stalled after-hours Monday.
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Hyatt Hotels (H) earnings for the hospitality company's fourth quarter of the year have H stock down after-hours Wednesday.
Hyatt Hotels earnings came in ahead of what analysts projected, but a revenue miss send H stock on the decline 1.2% after hours Wednesday.
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Hyatt Hotels (H) reported its latest quarterly earnings results after the bell Tuesday, which were ahead of analysts' expectations, but shares fell after hours.
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The huge equity splurge by China's HNA Group means nothing for hotel stocks like Marriott (MAR), Hyatt (H) and LaSalle (LHO).
The ratings of 12 Hotels Restaurants & Leisure stocks are down this week, according to the Portfolio Grader database. Each of these rates a "D" ("sell") or "F" overall ("strong sell").
On September 29, we issued an updated research report on Marriott International. Here is a synopsis on our MAR stock concerns
This week, 12 Hotels Restaurants & Leisure stocks are worse, according to the Portfolio Graderdatabase. Each of these rates a "D" ("sell") or "F" overall ("strong sell").
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HEI Hotels & Resorts, which manages hotels for a variety of companies, has announced a hotel data breach at several of its locations.
Pay attention to H stock: The hospitality sector remains strong and Hyatt produced some strong numbers, so it should see upside from here.
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