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October 7, 2013
10:21 EDTNYX, NDAQ, MARMarriot to transfer to the NASDAQ Global Select Market
Marriott (MAR) announced it will voluntarily transfer the listing of its common stock to The NASDAQ Global Select Market (NDAQ) from the New York Stock Exchange (NYX). Trading of Marriott's shares on NASDAQ is expected to commence on October 21 under its current ticker symbol "MAR." Marriott will continue to trade on the NYSE until that time. Marriott's shares also will continue to trade on the Chicago Stock Exchange after the transfer to NASDAQ.
News For NYX;NDAQ;MAR From The Last 14 Days
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October 30, 2014
09:31 EDTMARMarriott price target raised to $76 from $69 at RW Baird
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October 29, 2014
11:11 EDTMARMarriott says not seeing too much impact on hotel revenues from Ebola
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10:24 EDTMARMarriott sees 5%-7% worldwide RevPAR growth in 2015
Says "delighted" with Q3 results. Says Q4 North America group pace has improved steadily since June. Sees Q4 systemwide RevPAR up 5%-7% in North America. Sees Q4 constant dollar RevPAR up 4%-6% outside the U.S. Expects to return $1.6B-$1.7B to shareholders in FY14 via dividends, buybacks. Sees investment spending in 2014 of $800M-$900M. Sees FY14 adjusted EBITDA $1.507B-$1.522B. Sees worldwide unit growth accelerating 5%-7% over next four years. Says not prepared to offer EPS guidance yet for 2015. Says group booking pace for 2015 up nearly 4%. Says has bullish outlook for Group in 2015. Sees 2015 systemwide RevPAR in North American up 5%-7%. Sees mid single digit constant dollar RevPAR growth in Asia for 2015. Says "very bullish" about future. Comments made on the Q3 earnings conference call. Marriott shares are up 1.14% to $72.77 in morning trading.
09:10 EDTMARHyatt Hotels shares likely to underperform peers, says Wells Fargo
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05:20 EDTNDAQNASDAQ, Shenzhen Stock Exchange sign MOU
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October 28, 2014
16:39 EDTMARMarriott Q3 worldwide systemwide RevPAR increased more than 8%
Arne M. Sorenson, president and CEO of Marriott International, said, "We were very pleased with results in the quarter. Our out-performance compared to the guidance we provided in July was largely due to stronger than expected RevPAR and margin growth. North American systemwide RevPAR rose nearly 9% and occupancy reached an extraordinary 77.6% while room rates rose 5%. Group demand was particularly strong with significant last minute bookings and high attendance. With the addition of greater corporate and leisure demand, room rates surged to record levels in many North American markets. Worldwide systemwide RevPAR increased more than 8%."
16:37 EDTMARMarriott sees FY14 EPS $2.48-$2.52, consensus $2.50
The company anticipates gross room additions of 7% worldwide for the full year 2014 including the 10,016 rooms associated with the Protea acquisition. Net of deletions, the company expects its portfolio of rooms will increase by approximately 6% in 2014. The company assumes full year fee revenue could total $1.714B to $1.724B, growth of 11 to 125 over 2013 fee revenue of $1.543B.
16:34 EDTMARMarriott sees Q4 EPS 62c-66c, consensus 64c
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16:31 EDTMARMarriott reports Q3 EPS 65c, consensus 62c
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13:31 EDTMARMarriott announces expansion of brand in Scotland with new Edinburgh hotel
Following the launch of Courtyard by Marriott’s new European design concept at Courtyard Aberdeen Airport Hotel last year, Marriott International has announced plans to open a second Courtyard branded hotel in Scotland in early 2016.
October 24, 2014
08:08 EDTNDAQNASDAQ says U.S. equity volumes so far in October up 30% from prior year
Comment from NASDAQ's Q3 earnings conference call.
07:43 EDTNDAQNASDAQ reports U.S. IPO win rate 61% year-to-date
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07:06 EDTNDAQNASDAQ lowers non-GAAP operating expense guidance
NASDAQ lowered non-GAAP operating expense guidance to $1.205B-$1.225B, down from the prior $1.22B-$1.25B. Included in this non-GAAP operating expense guidance is an expected $30M-$35M in GIFT new initiative spending, down from a prior $30M-$40M estimate, and $1.175B-$1.19B in core non-GAAP operating expense, down from $1.19B-$1,21B.
07:04 EDTNDAQNASDAQ boosts stock repurchase authorization by $500M
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07:04 EDTNDAQNASDAQ reports Q3 EPS 73c, consensus 70c
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October 23, 2014
15:39 EDTNDAQNotable companies reporting before tomorrow's open
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October 17, 2014
08:30 EDTMARLodging cycle is not broken, says Credit Suisse
Credit Suisse said the correction in the Lodging group has crated a buying opportunity in its best ideas, Marriott (MAR), Hilton (HLT) and La Quinta (LQ). The analyst said low supply growth, healthy corporate travel demand, and lower gasoline prices continue to support the lodging cycle.

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