Hyatt Hotels Corp (H)
$82.50 1.42 (1.75%)
16:10 EST H Stock Quote Delayed 15 Minutes
Previous Close $82.50
Market Cap 3.63B
PE Ratio 16.67
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 569,050
Day's Range 80.97 - 82.65
52-Week Range 63.45 - 81.63
Dividend & Yield 0.45 (0.55%)
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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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