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What else can you say about a decision by the Chinese that amounts to a potential repudiation of the Made in China 2025 plan?
Marriott's miss is stinging shareholders again.
Marriott's move to make a deal comes at an opportune time. But is it enough?
Expectations may not be very high for Marriott.
Airbnb remains a formidable competitor to hotel giants like Marriott.
The hotel giant's shares have rallied recently, but it would take very impressive results to maintain those gains based on the trend of its charts.
The hotel giant's shares have regained lost ground heading into its earnings release Monday night, though it does face trade and geopolitical issues.
And keep in mind that earnings season is not over, and there's enough juice left to impact the marketplace.
Ackman's fund bought the hotelier's stock in 2016 and cashed out the following year for a gain of about 30%.
Marriott looks like it is getting extended on the downside.
You have to come to Silicon Valley if you are going to cover stocks.
Let's get an early check-in with the charts and indicators.
These names are showing bullish or bearish reversal patterns over the past week.
How one of the largest hotel chains is dealing with trade war fears.
Marriott International just announced plans to revamp it's iconic Sheraton brand.
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Marriott International is doubling down on branded residential projects - that is, taking legacy hotel brands to the real estate space.
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TD Ameritrade is linking up with Apple for its new beta business chat, allowing customers to message directly with the brokerage firm.
These names are displaying signs of either bullish or bearish reversal patterns over the past week.
Millennials favor experiences over things. That's great news for a hotel company such as Marriott, finance chief Leeny Oberg tells TheStreet.
With over half its pipeline overseas, Marriott is 'keeping an eye on' the possibility of trade policy trouble, finance chief Leeny Oberg tells TheStreet.
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