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3 Hotel Stocks to Buy as Travel Picks Up in Q4 By StockNews


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The recent re-opening of international borders for vaccinated people provided immense impetus to the post-pandemic recovery of the hotel industry. Furthermore, with the holiday season fast approaching, this momentum is expected to continue. That is why we think it could be wise to now bet on fundamentally sound hotel stocks InterContinental Hotels (IHG), Choice Hotels (NYSE:), and Wyndham Hotels (WH). Read on.The hotel industry was severely impacted by COVID-19 pandemic-induced travel restrictions and social distancing rules. However, because solid progress on the vaccination front has helped contain

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3 Travel Stocks to Buy for a Year-End Rally

Although the COVID-19 Delta variant has marred the travel industry’s recovery, the rapid rollout of vaccines, easing of restrictions, and pent-up demand for travel ahead of the holiday season should help the industry return to its recovery track. In addition, since the stock market is bracing for a year-end rally, some travel stocks should gain significantly. Specifically, we think InterContinental Hotels (IHG), SkyWest (SKYW), and Mesa Air (MESA) are poised to deliver solid returns in the coming months. Read on.

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The travel and tourism market is expected to reach $924.28 billion by 2025, registering a 24.5% CAGR

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5 Travel Stocks to Buy in a Tricky Environment

The open road is calling, but the Delta variant of COVID-19 has something to say, too. And that’s putting travel stocks in a sticky wicket.

Americans clearly want to travel. Hotel research group STR notes that by early August, average hotel occupancy had bounced back to roughly 64% – just about 9% below pre-pandemic figures, and a sharp improvement from the COVID lows. TSA data also shows that airline travel has remained swift, hovering just below 2 million passengers a day for much of the summer.

However, the highly contagious Delta variant has prevented the U.S. from bursting into a

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Travel stocks decelerate as Covid fears grow but one stock may endure

Travel stocks have taken a hit this week as fears over the delta variant grow.

As of Thursday’s close, hotel stocks such as Hyatt, Hilton, Marriott and InterContinental were on track for weekly losses as steep as 4%, far wider than the 1% drop for the S&P 500. Those names were also under pressure after the latest data from travel metrics company STR showed hotel occupancy decline in August after rising in June and July.

One stock could withstand more weakness in travel activity into the fall, though. In an interview with CNBC’s “Trading Nation,” Inside Edge

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