- Marriott's stock (MAR) went up 2.07% last night, but the article is about Capital Hotels PLC's annual report for the year ended December 31, 2022, including financial statements and information on the company's management and ownership structure.
- The article discusses Xenia Hotels & Resorts' upcoming earnings call, and does not mention why Marriott (MAR) stock went up 2.07%.
- Applied UV, a provider of surface and air pathogen elimination and disinfection technologies, LED lighting products, and hotel furnishings, has reported a 73% increase in revenue to $20.1m with hospitality revenue experiencing a 130% increase, a rise in demand due to hotels resuming their scheduled upgrade, remodel, repair and maintenance activities that were postponed because of COVID-19, which led to it being up 2.07% in the market.
- The article provides a list of the best all-inclusive resorts on St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands, including Bolongo Bay Beach Resort, Marriott Frenchman's Cove, and The Ritz-Carlton, St. Thomas, among others, but does not mention why Marriott's (MAR) stock went down by 3.29% last night.
- Comstock Holding Companies announced the signing of a lease agreement with Clyde’s Restaurant Group to open Ebbitt House, a modern spin on Old Ebbitt Grill, at its Reston Station development, and the leasing agreement may have affected Marriot stocks, that dropped 3.29% on the previous day.
- Honeywell has announced a collaboration with Marriott International to improve in-room control for hotel guests, but this announcement does not seem to have a direct correlation with the stock price. The reason for Marriott's (MAR) stock going down is not specified in the article.
- Marriott's (MAR) stock went down by 3.29% as investors consider the history and solvency of its largest tenant brands, such as Marriott International, belong to the company's REIT Host Hotels and Resorts (HST), due to its high percentage of revenue from few brands that could pose a risk to the company's future revenues, especially in the event of any negative social or environmental event that could adversely affect the reputation and occupancy rates of Hotel chains, in constrast to other hotel REITs with diversified portfolios.
- Marriott International has signed an agreement to open three hotels on the luxury island destination Sindalah on the north-west coast of Saudi Arabia, causing shares of the hotel company to decrease by 0.07%.
- The article highlights several travel destinations, but it does not provide any information about why Marriott (MAR) stock went down by 0.07% last night.
- Marriott International announced its plans to bring its luxury brand, The Ritz-Carlton, to Phuket, Thailand by rebranding and renovating the existing Westin Siray Bay Resort & Spa, Phuket, in hopes of targeting the luxury travel market, aligning with the Thai government's goal of attracting more discerning travellers to the Thai Kingdom, however, the company's stock price went down last night by -0.07%.
- Marriott International's stock went up by 1.27% and among the countries with significant revenue per available room were Israel, Singapore, France, and United Arab Emirates.
- Carolyn Handlon, who served as executive vice president of finance and global treasurer of Marriott for more than 17 years, has been appointed to the board of Apple Hospitality, which owns more than 220 upscale hotels in 87 markets throughout 37 states in the US. Apple Hospitality's stock price went up 1.27% last night, possibly buoyed by the news of Handlon's appointment to its board.
- This article is not about Marriott (MAR) stock; it is about Prologis (PLD) announcing their participation in two industry conferences to discuss their company overview, market conditions, and future outlook, and Prologis' presentation can be accessed via audio webcast; therefore, the reason for Marriott (MAR) stock increase is not mentioned.