Marriott Vacations Worldwide CEO Stephen Weisz comments on what the weakening dollar means for the travel business. Currency changes affected the company, according to its first-quarter earnings report released in late April. He also comments on the 15 percent jump the stock has made since the start of the year. Marriott Vacations Worldwide offers time shares at its 59 resorts across the globe and is expanding operations. Weisz also shares insight on the future of the time share market and how investors can profit from the industry. TheStreet's Scott Gamm speaks with Weisz, who range Thursday's closing bell at the New York Stock Exchange.
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