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Analyzing the US Hotel Industry's Key Indicators in 2Q17

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Analyzing the US Hotel Industry's Key Indicators in 2Q17 PART 8 OF 8

What Are Analysts Recommending for Major US Hotels?

Analysts’ recommendations

Most analysts favor Hilton Worldwide (HLT) stock. The stock also has the highest coverage. Of the 29 analysts tracking Hilton stock, 79.3% (or 23 analysts) have “buy” ratings, 13.8% (or four analysts) have “hold” ratings, and 6.9% (or two analysts) have “sell” ratings on the stock.

What Are Analysts Recommending for Major US Hotels?

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Marriott International (MAR) has 28 analysts covering its stock. Of these analysts, 50% (or 14 analysts) have “buy” ratings, 46.4% (13 analysts) have “hold” ratings, and 3.6% (one analyst) have “sell” ratings on the stock.

Wyndham Worldwide (WYN) has coverage from 12 analysts. Of these, 58.3% (seven analysts) have “buy” ratings, 33.3% (four analysts) have “hold” ratings, and 8.3% (one analyst) have a “sell” ratings on the stock.

Hyatt Hotels (H) has coverage from 22 analysts. A total of 22.7% (five analysts) have “buy” ratings, 68.2% (15 analysts) have “hold” ratings, and 9.1% (two analysts) have “sell” ratings on the stock.

Intercontinental Hotels Group (IHG) has the fewest “buy” recommendations. Just two analysts, 9.5% of the 21 analysts tracking its stock, have given it “buy” ratings. A total of 57.1% (12 analysts) have “hold” ratings on the stock, and 33.3% (seven analysts) have “sell” ratings on the stock.

Return potential

According to a Reuters consensus on its 12-month target price of $68.1, Hilton Worldwide has the highest return potential among its peers at 9.3%.

Marriott International has a return potential of 5.3% based on its 12-month consensus target price of $105.5, Hyatt Hotels has a return potential of 4.5% based on its 12-month target price of $59.0, and Wyndham Worldwide has a return potential of 1.9% based on its 12-month target price of $102.6.

You can gain exposure to the consumer discretionary sector by investing in the iShares Russell 1000 Growth ETF (IWF), which invests ~20.7% in the consumer discretionary sector and 0.36% in the hotel industry.

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