Good vaccine news could help the travel industry recover in 2020.
News & Analysis: Park Hotels & Resorts Inc.
The implications of COVID-19 affecting the economy for a long time are becoming more apparent.
The Nasdaq just hit a record high, and the S&P is up for the year. So we're all good, right?
There's been a big mood shift on Wall Street in the property space. Investors need to tread carefully.
Investors are changing their minds about this struggling real estate niche. Here's why, and why it's still too soon to call an all-clear.
Wall Street has crushed hotel landlords, and for very good reason. Even though things are improving, they're still pretty bad.
The legendary fund manager announced he's sold his entire stake in Buffett's company, among others.
Although all in different businesses, these companies and their consumer-discretionary peers share one thing in common, other than big price gains.
The COVID-19 crisis has been brutal for hotel landlords. Even if the coronavirus wasn't predictable, the outcome was.
Hotel stocks, especially those with large, iconic properties, are one of the best-performing parts of the market.