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Imagine if the SEC did not prohibit underwriters from lending out shares to short-sellers for 30 days after an IPO?
My slightly different approach uses a combination of fundamental and technical factors.
We grade Choice Hotels, Hilton and Marriott, and check on the opportunities each offers.
Investors shouldn't automatically assume that all travel and leisure stocks will be hard hit by the Coronavirus.
The uptrend that technicians would have confirmed as late as last Wednesday, or even Thursday around mid-day, is now clearly a market in correction.
The Transports story is really a 'Tale of 2 Modes': the railroads and the airlines.
Applebee's and Ihop are about to endure a major transformation under new CEO Steve Joyce. TheStreet talks with Joyce about what he has planned.
The Saudi Arabian economy needs to rebalance away from oil.
The entire travel and leisure sector appears ripe for a correction.
Donald J. Trump and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe have plenty to discuss.
Choice Hotels is outpacing its competitors when it comes to a key revenue metric, and CEO Steve Joyce expects that momentum to continue.
Fresh off a better than expected second quarter, Choice Hotels CEO Stephen Joyce says his hotels are continuing to take market share from the competition.
Hotels are giving off concerning signals.
Two developments this week call into question whether the lodging industry's post-recession rebound finally is coming to an end.
Red flags in equities were rising before Friday's horrific events.
The U.S. hotel industry continued to perform well during the third quarter despite slowing employment growth and tepid GDP.
Choice Hotels International Inc. (CHH) is fresh off a quarter where more of its rooms were occupied and room rates were higher than a year ago.
In Wednesday's Analysts' Actions, TheStreet highlights three companies; Starbucks Corp (SBUX), AT&T Inc (T) and InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG).
Choice Hotels International, operator of brands like Comfort Inn and Econo Lodge, is coming off a solid first quarter.
Amazon is entering the travel reservation business, in a bid to take market share from established rivals such as Expedia and Priceline.