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Homebuilders and regional banks are just 2 of the areas a Fed move would affect.
These heavily shorted stocks could get squeezed much higher on any positive catalyst.
We expect HOT shares to trade into the mid-$70s within the coming months.
A study of analyst recommendations at the major brokerages shows that Marriott International, Inc. is the #96 broker analyst pick among those stocks screened by The Online Investor for strong stock buyback activity.
Marriott Named a "Best Place to Work" for LGBT Equality
Jim Cramer, portfolio manager of TheStreet's Action Alerts PLUS, says he's not gung-ho about Target even though the company reported a higher profit.
Shares of Cvent are up 19% year-to-date, yet doubts about the event technology supplier's stock remain widespread, with 8% of its float sold short.
Shares of Cvent (CVT) are up 19% year-to-date, yet doubters about the event technology supplier’s stock remain widespread with 8% of its float sold short.
TheStreet's Jim Cramer answers viewer questions on Target (TGT), Whole Foods (WFM), General Mills (GS), WhiteWave (WWAV), Starbucks (SBUX), American Express (AXP), Marriott (MAR) and more.
TheStreet highlights 3 stocks pushing the services sector lower today.
Marriott's (MAR) merger with Starwood (HOT) is in the news, but here's a far better play on tourism's rising global prosperity.
Cramer says he's now a fan of the Marriott-Starwood merger, thinks Spirit Airlines is too cheap to ignore and Integrated Device Technology has great products.
It's not how it should be, but it seems to be the norm these days.
Don't get cocky, Cramer says. There is still a nasty underbelly to the stock market.
Early stage M&A activity is increasing at the slowest rate in more than two years.
Stock closed near session highs Monday, snapping a three-session losing streak, after the markets saw a choppy start following the deadly terror attacks in Paris on Friday.
Stocks ended Monday on a high note, closing with gains, despite starting off choppy after the terrorist attacks in Paris.
Marriott International (MAR) has reached a deal to create the world's largest hotel operator with its agreement to acquire Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide (HOT) for $12.2 billion.
Earlier today, Marriot (MAR) agreed to acquire Starwood in a $12.2 billion deal to create the world's largest hotel company.
A combined Marriott and Starwood Hotels could have a negative impact on several companies in the lodging sector.
Stock turn mixed Monday following the deadly terror attacks in Paris on Friday.
Trade-Ideas LLC identified Marriott International (MAR) as a "barbarian at the gate" (strong stocks crossing above resistance with today's range greater than 200%) candidate
The combination creates a hot powerhouse of more than 5,500 hotels in more than 100 countries.
Red flags in equities were rising before Friday's horrific events.
Marriott (MAR) International has agreed to buy Starwood Hotels and resorts (HOT) in a $12.2 billion deal that will make it the largest hotel chain in the world.
Stock futures move higher on Monday hoping to gain traction after last week's declines in U.S. equities
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