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Hyatt Hotels Corp Class A H Stock Quote

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  • Last Close 106.08
  • Sector Consumer Cyclical
  • Industry Lodging
  • Investment Style Mid Blend
  • Day Range 105.44  –  108.99
  • Year Range 79.52  –  127.80
  • Market Cap 11.1209 Bil
  • Volume / Avg 806,645.0 /  646,809.0
  • Price / Sales 1.78
  • Price / Book 3.02
  • Forward Div Yield 0.54%
  • Trailing Div Yield 0.28%

Morningstar‘s Stock Analysis H

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Hyatt's International and Group Business Continues To See a Travel Demand Recovery

Dan Wasiolek Senior Equity Analyst

Business Strategy and Outlook

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We see Hyatt’s brand intangible asset—the source of its narrow moat rating—strengthening over the long term. Hyatt's growing brand advantage is evident in its managed and franchised unit growth that has averaged more than 10% annually the past five years (2018-22), well above the long-term U.S. industry supply lift of 1.8%, according to Smith Travel Research data. We expect Hyatt to expand room and revenue share in the hotel industry over the next decade, buoyed by a newer brands like House, Place, Apple Leisure Group, and Studio, supporting its intangible brand advantage. We see the company’s room growth averaging over 5% annually over the next decade, above the 1%-2% supply increase we estimate for the U.S. industry during this time. We are favorable on Hyatt's long-term competitive advantages and think the firm's high luxury, upper upscale, and upscale exposures across the globe position it to outperform industry demand in 2023, as improving overseas and group travel augments resilient leisure trips.

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Company Profile H

Business Description

Hyatt is an operator of owned (4% of total rooms) and managed and franchise (96%) properties across around 20 upscale luxury brands, which includes vacation brands (Apple Leisure Group, Hyatt Ziva and Hyatt Zilara), the recently launched full-service lifestyle brand Hyatt Centric, the soft lifestyle brand Unbound, and the wellness brand Miraval. Hyatt acquired Two Roads in November 2018 and Apple Leisure Group in 2021. The regional exposure as a percentage of total rooms is 55% Americas, 19% Asia-Pacific, and 26% rest of world.

150 North Riverside Plaza, 8th Floor
Chicago, IL, 60606
Industry Lodging
Employees 50,000

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Yes. H has a forward dividend yield of 0.57%. See H’s full dividends and stock split history on the Dividend tab.
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