Hyatt Hotels CorporationNYSE
Wed, Nov. 30, 9:40 AM
- Shares of Hyatt Hotels (NYSE:H) are down 2.41% in early trading.
- Sources tell Bloomberg that a 6M block trade is being offered out at a price of $51.15.
- The company has 33.8M shares outstanding (23.4M shares float).
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Wed, Sep. 28, 10:19 AM
- Playa Hotels & Resorts (PLYA) files for an IPO with a placeholder amount of $100M listed.
- Renaissance Capital says the deal size could run up to as high as $300M.
- Playa is an operator of all-inclusive resorts in Mexico and the Caribbean with big goals.
- S-1 dive: "We believe that we are well-positioned to pursue acquisitions in the all-inclusive segment of the lodging industry and further establish us as a leading owner and operator of all-inclusive resorts."
- Hyatt Hotels (NYSE:H) has a strategic relationship with Playa and owns an undisclosed stake in the company.
Mon, Sep. 26, 9:43 AM
- Alongside an earlier reported downgrade of Sunstone Hotel Investors (SHO -2.9%), Morgan Stanley downgrades DiamondRock Hospitality (DRH -2.3%), Hyatt Hotels (H -3%), and InterContinental Hotels (IHG -4.4%) to Underweight from Equal Weight.
- Behind the downgrades, Morgan analyst Thomas Allen cut his forecast for U.S. RevPAR growth next year to 1% from 2.4%, and for 2018 to -1% from 1.5%.
Mon, Sep. 26, 9:05 AM
- Morgan Stanley upgrades Marriott International (NYSE:MAR) to an Overweight rating from Equalweight.
- The investment firm takes a zero sum approach to the sector by sliding Hyatt Hotels (NYSE:H) to Underweight from Equalweight and assigning a price target of $46.
- The fresh ratings from MS on the hotel operators is its first take since Marriott and Starwood closed on their mega-merger.
- MAR +1.23% premarket to $69.28.
Wed, Sep. 14, 1:33 PM
- Hyatt Hotels (H +0.6%) continues the acceleration of its trendy Hyatt Centrick brand with the transition of three well-known properties.
- The Hyatt Centric French Quarter New Orleans, Hyatt Centric Times Square New York, and Hyatt Centric Key West Resort & Spa will be aimed at guests looking for lodging in what the company calls the upper-upscale lifestyle segment.
- The rebranding efforts start this year.
- Source: Press Release
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Mon, Aug. 15, 5:45 AM
- A data breach at 20 U.S. hotels operated by HEI Hotels & Resorts for Starwood (NYSE:HOT), Marriott (NASDAQ:MAR), Hyatt (NYSE:H) and Intercontinental (NYSE:IHG) may have divulged payment card data from tens of thousands of transactions.
- The malware was discovered in early to mid-June on payment systems used at restaurants, bars, spas, lobby shops and other facilities at the properties.
Wed, Aug. 3, 1:13 PM
- Cruise line stocks are recovering from a harsh sell-off following Royal Caribbean's (RCL +1.9%) earnings report. Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings NCLH and Carnival CCL saw some panicking trading yesterday, according to some analysts.
- United Continental (UAL +1.6%) and Delta Air Lines (DAL +1%) are also higher on the day. Sector watchers note that the impact of Zika on the carriers may have been overstated.
- Priceline Group (PCLN +1.7%) and Travelzoo (TZOO +1.9%) are ahead of broad market indexes.
- Hotel stocks Hyatt Hotels (H +2.6%), Marriott International (MAR +1.1%), and Hilton Worldwide Holdings (HLT +1%) are in positive territory in the lodging sector.
Tue, Aug. 2, 9:14 AM
- Hyatt Hotels (NYSE:H) reports systemwide RevPAR will increase 2.3% in Q2. RevPAR was up 4.2% in the U.S.
- Adjusted EBITDA increased 5.6% to $227M during the quarter, a mark that improves to +7.1% if currency swings are backed out.
- Hyatt's net room growth was 6% for Q2. Comparable owned and leased hotels segment operating margin was flat Y/Y at 27.6%.
- Looking ahead, Hyatt sees RevPAR growth of 2% to 3% for the full year. The company expects to open a total of 60 hotels this year.
- Previously: Hyatt Hotels beats by $0.17 (Aug. 2)
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Wed, Jul. 20, 7:34 AM
- Pebblebrook Hotel (NYSE:PEB) and Host Hotels (NYSE:HST) are cut to Hold from Buy, and Hyatt Hotels (NYSE:H) to Sell from Hold.
- Noted by analyst Rich Hightower is recent share outperformance amid a deteriorating fundamental outlook.
- All three stocks have had decent runs this year, but the moves are just bounces off of a very rough 2015.
Tue, Jul. 19, 7:33 AM
- Stifel Nicolaus lowers Hyatt Hotels (NYSE:H) to a Hold rating after having the hotel stock lined up at Buy.
- A number of Wall Street firms have turned cautious on Hyatt following Brexit, including Wolfe Research which initiated the stock at Underperform earlier this month.
- The ratings cut from Stifel arrives ahead of Hyatt's Q2 earnings report. Analysts expect revenue of $1.168B and EPS of $0.46 to be reported on August 2.
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