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Q1 2020 Extended Stay America Inc Earnings Call
The summer travel season will look different this year, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t value to be found among hotel stocks. Its shares are down 24% this year—worse than the S&P 500 index, which is off 6%, but better than hotel stocks like (MAR) (MAR) and (HLT) (HLT), down 39% and 27%, respectively. Unlike other hotel companies, Extended Stay hasn’t had to make radical changes to its operations.
As optimism surrounding a coronavirus vaccine and consumer activity begin to pick up, Wall Street is expected to trade higher.
The world’s major hotel brands are upping the ante on cleaning in an effort to win customer confidence and capture whatever market share exists in the travel industry’s initial coronavirus recovery. Be it ultra luxury or roadside economy, hoteliers know they have to evolve operations to a new, socially distanced normal in light of coronavirus. […]
Extended Stay America, the leading mid-priced extended stay hotel company, today announces the debut of a new initiative, STAY Confident, to focus on the health, safety, and comfort of its guests. STAY Confident will build upon Extended Stay America’s experience as the only major hotel brand to remain 100% open since the beginning of the pandemic and the already high standards of housekeeping and hygiene at its 634 locations.
Independent Director Richard Wallman Just Bought 8.4% More Shares In Extended Stay America, Inc. (NASDAQ:STAY)
Potential Extended Stay America, Inc. (NASDAQ:STAY) shareholders may wish to note that the Independent Director...
Marriott International's (MAR) first-quarter results hurt by sharp decline in RevPAR and occupancy rates owing to the coronavirus pandemic.
Joining me on the call this morning is Bruce Haase, Chief Executive Officer; and Brian Nicholson, Chief Financial Officer. After prepared remarks by Bruce and Brian, there will be a question-and-answer session. Before we begin, I'd like to remind you that some of our discussions today will contain forward-looking statements, including a discussion of our 2020 outlook for certain items and expectations regarding the COVID-19 pandemic.
Extended Stay America's (STAY) first-quarter 2020 results hurt by decline in comparable system-wide RevPAR as well as rise in operating and interest expenses.
Extended Stay America released financial results on Thursday that showcased how the economy extended stay segment is the strongest one in the weak U.S. hotel sector. "Extended Stay America is very different from traditional transient brands, and those differences have never been more apparent than they are today," said CEO Bruce Haase during a conference […]