InterContinental, formerly part of the Six Continents leisure group, is a hotel group that pioneered a new strategy by selling many of its hotels and signing long term management contracts. It has more than 3,600 hotels and 537,500 rooms in a 100 countries. In 2005 the group sold its interest in soft drinks firm Britvic, enabling it to concentrate purely on the hotel business.


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Current Price: $4,750.00
Prev Close: $4,729.00
Open: $4,719.00
Bid: $4,651.00
Ask: $5,000.00
Day's Range: $4,696.00 - $4,762.90
52wk Range: $3,656.00 - $5,050.00
Volume: 247,748
Avg Vol 664,710
Market Cap: $906B
P/E (ttm): 0.00
EPS (ttm): $0.00
Div & Yield: $0.00 (0.0%)

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Time Frame: Five Plus Years
Start Price: $18.24
Start Date: 3/29/2007
Gain/Loss: +$152.4%
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InterContinental, formerly part of the Six Continents leisure group, is a hotel group that pioneered a new strategy by selling many of its hotels and signing long term management contracts. It has more than 3,600 hotels and 537,500 rooms in a 100 countries. In 2005 the group sold its interest in soft drinks firm Britvic, enabling it to concentrate purely on the hotel business.

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