|Day Low/High||48.14 / 49.58|
|52 Wk Low/High||24.02 / 94.98|
The S&P 500 erased all year-to-date gains as stock losses deepened on Thursday.
Investors should take a second look at some of the long positions outlined at the market-moving forum.
Is the post Great Recession recovery in the U.S. hotel industry nearing an end?
Two developments this week call into question whether the lodging industry's post-recession rebound finally is coming to an end.
Larry Robbins, Carson Block and John Khoury hold court at the 2106 Sohn Conference.
There is staunch overhead resistance in the $50 to $55 area.
The rise of the sharing economy shouldn’t faze traditional hotel chains, especially when it comes to millennials, according one expert.
U.S. stocks flitted between minor losses and gains to end narrowly mixed on the final day of the shortened trading week.
Stocks extended gains through the morning session as a smaller-than-expected increase in crude inventories boosted the energy sector.
Potential deal with Hyatt is overshadowing the largely in-line print and guidance.
Hotel stocks are in the doldrums. What does that say about the travel industry and the current state of the economy?
It will be interesting if there is more deflation talk. As futures indicated, the market opens down across the board as oil prices continue to fall. Natural gas prices continue to hold up better and are up more than 2% in early trading. Producer pri...
The jobs report, and several consumer names, will be top of mind.
Earnings are out from Trulia and Kraft Foods, and we'll see more from Campbell Soup, Hyatt and Scripps Networks.