Hotel giant Marriott International (MAR - Get Report)  posted second-quarter earnings that met Wall Street expectations but missed on revenue.

The company reported adjusted earnings of $1.56 a share in the second quarter, down from $1.73 a share in the same period a year ago. The quarter's earnings were in line with the average estimate from Wall Street analysts.

Sales totaled $5.3 billion for the three-month period vs. $5.4 billion a year ago. The quarter's sales were around $200,000 lower than analysts had expected.

Marriott said it expects to earn $5.97 to $6.06 a share for the full year, which would be down between 2% and 4% from the year earlier.

The company also said it repurchased 3.8 million of its shares during the quarter at the cost of $500 million. 

"Our results in the second quarter highlight the resiliency of our business model and the growing strength of our brands," said CEO Arne M. Sorenson in a statement.

The stock fell 2.78% to $126.72 in after-hours trading on Monday.

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