Host Hotels & Resorts Inc. (HST)

16.41
NYSE : Finance
Prev Close 16.31
Day Low/High 16.30 / 16.56
52 Wk Low/High 15.51 / 20.34
Avg Volume 7.15M
Exchange NYSE
Shares Outstanding 729.90M
Market Cap 11.90B
EPS 1.50
P/E Ratio 10.95
Div & Yield 0.80 (4.80%)
Host Hotels & Resorts' CEO Discusses Q4 2010 Results - Earnings Call Transcript

Host Hotels & Resorts' CEO Discusses Q4 2010 Results - Earnings Call Transcript

Host Hotels & Resorts' CEO Discusses Q4 2010 Results - Earnings Call Transcript

Host, InterContinental, Marriott: Hotel Earnings in Focus

Host, InterContinental, Marriott: Hotel Earnings in Focus

Host Hotels posts higher quarterly revenue and better-than-expected funds from operations, but shares fall on still-higher hopes for the travel industry.

REIT Short-Squeeze Opportunities in 2011

REIT Short-Squeeze Opportunities in 2011

These heavily shorted REIT stocks could surge higher on any positive catalyst.

REIT Stocks: Winners & Losers

REIT Stocks: Winners & Losers

Host, Kimco and Macerich ride Thursday's bullish session higher while Annaly Capital, ProLogis and CB Richard Ellis buck the trend.

Starwood Beats, Guides Higher

Starwood Beats, Guides Higher

Starwood Hotels posted better-than-expected quarterly earnings and forecasts full-year earnings above analysts' consensus call.

Wyndham Beats, Forecasts In Line

Wyndham Beats, Forecasts In Line

Wyndham Worldwide posts better-than-expected third-quarter results, and forecasts earnings in line with analysts' consensus call.

AMB, Grubb & Ellis: REIT Winners & Losers

Earnings outlooks push AMB shares higher while Grubb & Ellis tumbles.

REIT Winners: Host, CB Richard Ellis

REIT stocks are mostly higher Wednesday. Find out who is outpacing the group.

Host Hotels & Resorts, Inc. CEO Discusses Q3 2010 Earnings - Call Transcript

Host Hotels & Resorts, Inc. CEO Discusses Q3 2010 Earnings - Call Transcript

Host Hotels & Resorts, Inc. CEO Discusses Q3 2010 Earnings - Call Transcript

Host Hotels Could Top Expectations

Host Hotels Could Top Expectations

Host Hotels & Resorts is expected to report wider quarterly losses, but the lodging REIT could surprise to the upside.

4 REITs With Solid Balance Sheets

Steve Shigekawa, a managing director at Neuberger Berman, offers his four favorite REITs.

Real Estate Revival Seen by Fund Managers

Top-ranked mutual fund managers are buying stocks rebounding from the real estate rout.

Hyatt Misses, Poised to Improve

Hyatt Hotels returns to profitability but misses top-line estimates, while revenue per available room surges nearly 10%.

Wyndham Ups Its Guidance

Wyndham Worldwide raises revenue and profit guidance for 2010 after beating second-quarter expectations by more than a dime.

Hotel Winners: Starwood, Marriott, Host

Hotel Winners: Starwood, Marriott, Host

Starwood Hotels reports a healthy uptick in business travel bookings last quarter, and recovering occupancy rates will help drive future earnings.

Host Earnings Set Tone For Lodging REITs

Host Earnings Set Tone For Lodging REITs

Host Hotels & Resorts beats estimates and raises full-year guidance, sparking a positive trend for other lodging REITs in the sector.

Host Hotels & Resorts Inc. Q2 2010 Earnings Call Transcript

Host Hotels & Resorts Inc. Q2 2010 Earnings Call Transcript

Host Hotels & Resorts Inc. Q2 2010 Earnings Call Transcript

Macy's, CBS to Gain as Economy Recovers

Shares of Macy's and CBS will likely rise as the economy improves, says Patrick Dunkerley, manager of the Scout Mid Cap Fund.

The Rational Optimist, Global Cash CEO, Mid Cap Stars

Gregg Greenberg breaks down today's market action with guests Matt Ridley, author of The Rational Optimist, Scott Betts, CEO of Global Cash Access and Pat Dunkerley, portfolio manager for the Scout Mid Cap fund.

Man vs. Machine; Bottom in Oil

Monday on optionMONSTER.com: When market makers do a good job of bidding and offering, traders and investors do well and volumes grow.

Host Hotels & Resorts Inc. Q1 2010 Earnings Call Transcript

Host Hotels & Resorts Inc. Q1 2010 Earnings Call Transcript

Honing in on E-House Holdings: China Watch

Honing in on E-House Holdings: China Watch

NEW YORK--Stephanie Link, Director of Research for Action Alerts Plus, explains how to play the residential real estate market in China through E-House Holdings.  Link also explains how to play the recovery in China through Fluor Corporation.  And although the stock has fallen out of grace since before the tech bubble, Link is still a fan of JDSU.  She explains why this is and details the company's China connection.  Finally, find out how to play GE after news that the company's aviation unit is teaming with the Aviation Industry Corp of China to make airplane electronics.

Premarket Roundup: Insurers, Acorda Therapeutics

Premarket Roundup: Insurers, Acorda Therapeutics

Premarket roundup: Insurers downgraded on pricing worries, Acorda Therapeutics shares leap

Ahead Of The Bell: Baird Downgrades Host Hotels

Ahead Of The Bell: Baird Downgrades Host Hotels

Baird downgrades Host Hotels, saying lodging recovery is going to take longer than expected

Host Hotels & Resorts Rises After FFO Tops Views

Host Hotels & Resorts Rises After FFO Tops Views

Host Hotels & Resorts climbs after 3rd-quarter FFO results beat Wall Street's expectations

Host Hotels Not Hosting Enough

Host Hotels Not Hosting Enough

Host Hotels & Resorts swings to a third-quarter loss and sees its funds from operations tumble.

Earnings Roundup: JPMorgan, Abbott Labs

Earnings Roundup: JPMorgan, Abbott Labs

Earnings roundup: Investment banking propels JPMorgan 3Q profit, Abbott Labs sales grow

Host Hotels & Resorts 3Q FFO Declines

Host Hotels & Resorts 3Q FFO Declines

Host Hotels & Resorts 3rd-quarter FFO falls as occupancy, room rates continue to slip

JPMorgan: Tomorrow's Headliners

JPMorgan Chase will become the first of the big U.S. banks when it reports earnings before Wednesday's session.

Sector Snap: Some Lodging Price Targets Raised

Sector Snap: Some Lodging Price Targets Raised

Goldman analyst lifts some lodging price targets on slowing supply growth, increasing demand

TheStreet Quant Rating: B- (Buy)