Hyatt Hotels Corp (H)
$54.74 0.31 (0.56%)
15:53 EDT H Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
Previous Close $54.43
Market Cap 2.41B
PE Ratio 11.06
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 503,391
Day's Range 54.13 - 55.90
52-Week Range 24.02 - 94.98
Dividend & Yield 0.45 (0.82%)
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Details regarding the Hyatt data breach that occurred late in 2015 have been revealed by the company following an investigation.
Hyatt has announced a data breach of its payment systems and is advising customers to track their card usage as it investigates the matter.
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Services stocks rose broadly on Wall Street today, with the sector seeing an overall increase of 0.8%.
Services stocks declined on Wall Street on Wednesday, down 0.6%.
Services stocks finished up 0.5% on Wall Street on Tuesday.
Services stocks rose broadly on Wall Street on Friday, with the sector seeing an overall increase of 0.3%.
Services stocks declined on Wall Street on Thursday, down 0.6%.
Services stocks finished flat today on Wall Street.
Services stocks advanced 0.3% on Wall Street on Thursday morning.
Services stocks fell 0.2% on Wall Street so far on Wednesday.
Marriott is expected to maintain an impressive pace of sales and earnings growth over the next several quarters, and when you factor in MAR stock's 1% annual dividend yield, Marriott is an A-rated "strong buy."
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