|会社名||Marine Petroleum Trust （マリン・ペトロリアム・トラスト）|
|分野（sector）||Consumer Services 消費者サービス|
|概要||事業概要 マリオット・インターナショナル(Marriott International Inc.)は宿泊会社である。同社は3つの事業区分により構成される。北米フルサービス事業は米国及びカナダにおける｢JWマリオット｣、｢マリオット・ホテルズ｣、｢シェラトン｣、｢ウェスティン｣、｢ルネッサンス・ホテルズ｣、｢ル・メリディアン｣、｢オートグラフ・コレクション・ホテルズ｣、｢デルタ・ホテルズ｣、｢ゲイロード・ホテルズ｣及び｢トリビュート・ポートフォリオ｣を含むラグジュアリー及びプレミアム・ブランドを運営する。北米限定サービス事業は米国及びカナダにおける｢コートヤード｣、｢レジデンス・イン｣、｢フェアフィールド・イン＆スイーツ｣、｢スプリングヒル・スイーツ｣、｢エレメント・ホテルズ｣及び｢モキシ・ホテルズ｣を含むブランドを運営する。国際事業は米国及びカナダ以外の地域における「JWマリオット」、「セントレジス」、「エディション」、「ブルガリ・ホテルズ＆リゾーツ」、「マリオット・ホテルズ」、「ウェスティン」、「フォー・ポインツ」、「アロフト・ホテルズ」、「ACホテルズ・バイ・マリオット」、「プロテア・ホテルズ」、「エレメント・ホテルズ」及び「モオキシ・ホテルズ」というブランドを含む。 マリン・ペトロリアム・トラストは、米国のロイヤルティ・トラスト。メキシコ湾における石油・天然ガスのリ―スへの支払いに対する権利の管理・清算手段を提供する。子会社を通じて、ルイジアナ州沖合いに位置する資産の利益権のほか、タイドランズ・ロイヤルティ・トラストBの株式32.6%を所有する。本社所在地はテキサス州ダラス。 Marriott International, Inc. engages in the operation and franchise of hotel, residential, and timeshare properties. It operates through the following business segments: North American Full-Service, North American Limited-Service, Asia Pacific, and Other International. The North American Full-Service segment includes luxury and premium brands located in the U.S. and Canada. The North American Limited-Service segment comprises select properties located in the U.S. and Canada. The Asia Pacific segment focuses in all brand tiers in Asia Pacific region. The Other International segment represents its Caribbean and Latin America, Europe, and Middle East and Africa properties. The company was founded by J. Wiliard Marriot and Alice Sheets Marriott in 1927 and is headquartered in Bethesda, MD.|
|本社所在地||c/o Corporate Trustee: Southwest Bank 2911 Turtle Creek Blvd. Dallas TX 75219 USA|
|代表者氏名||John Willard Marriott ジョンウィラードマリオット|
|代表者役職名||Executive Chairman of the Board 取締役会長|
|市場名||NASDAQ Small Cap|
|決算概要||決算概要 BRIEF: For the 26 weeks ended 30 June 2018 Marriott International Inc revenues increased 2% to $10.35B. Net income before extraordinary items increased 20% to $1.03B. Revenues reflect North America Full-Service segment increase from $3.28B to $6.66B Occupancy - % International increase of 2% to 69.4% Average Daily Room Rate-International increase of 6% to $163. Net income benefited from Gains (losses) and other income.|
Marriott opens all hotels in China, sees steady US recovery: CEO 2020/06/01 20:03:19 Channel NewsAsia
Marriott International has reopened all its hotels in China and is seeing a steady recovery in the United States, its biggest market, Chief Executive Officer Arne Sorenson said on Monday.
Marriott opens all hotels in China, sees steady U.S. recovery: CEO | MarketScreener 2020/06/01 18:33:43 MarketScreener
Marriott International has reopened all its hotels in China and is seeing a steady recovery in the United States, its biggest market, Chief Executive Officer Arne Sorenson said on… | June 1, 2020
Here Are All The NYC Restaurants That Have Permanently Closed During The Coronavirus Crisis 2020/05/31 02:00:00 Zero Hedge
Here Are All The NYC Restaurants That Have Permanently Closed During The Coronavirus Crisis Tyler Durden Sat, 05/30/2020 - 22:00 In a world where hotels and restaurants already face a dismal future, a new study has found that nearly two-thirds of publicly traded restaurants are at risk of bankruptcy as the Covid-19 pandemic batters the industry. The odds of failure are even higher for small companies and restaurants that specialize in dine-in, consulting firm Aaron Allen & Associates said in an analysis. It identified Bloomin’ Brands, Potbelly and Chili’s owner Brinker International Inc. among those at greater risk according to Bloomberg . "It’s really the full-service model that’s in the biggest danger," principal Aaron Allen said. "Some of those that are in casual dining - a lot of those had already been bleeding cash, bleeding locations." And while Americans are starting to tentatively venture out again, and restaurants are seeing a modest rebound from rock bottom according to OpenTable data … ... the dining recovery may be slow with unemployment on the rise, cautious spending and also ongoing concerns about health and safety.
Hotels may reopen soon, but keys with states 2020/05/29 23:18:02 Economic Times India
NEW DELHI: The government is likely to take a decision on a calibrated reopening of hotels soon, said officials and industry executives aware of the matter. “We have been told a1.3b decision on the matter is likely in the next two to three days, but again, just as in the case of airlines, implementation will depend a lot on the states,” said a person, who did not wish to be identified.Hotels and other hospitality services have remained prohibited in phase four of the lockdown as per the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) order, except those meant for housing police and government officials, healthcare workers and stranded persons, including tourists, and those offering quarantine facilities.Industry bodies and associations have made repeated appeals, seeking a gradual reopening of hotels after the government allowed airlines to resume operations in a calibrated manner from May 25. Tourism ministry officials said tourism minister Prahlad Patel has also put in a fresh request to the MHA to consider a gradual reopening of the sector.On Friday, a delegation of industry executives including MakeMyTrip executive chairman Deep Kalra, Yatra.com CEO Dhruv Shringi and Oyo Hotels & Homes group CEO Ritesh Agarwal, met tourism minister Patel and discussed calibrated reopening of hotels and accommodation units and post-lockdown protocols for safety and hygiene.76101803ET was the first to report, on May 13, that the tourism ministry was working on guidelines for post Covid-19 protocols to ensure minimum, uniform standards for social distancing and safety measures for hotels and other accommodation units and had sought industry feedback on the matter.Hotel chains including Marriott International, Indian Hotels Company, Lemon Tree Hotels, ITC Hotels, Accor and Roseate Hotels & Resorts, have also been working on standard operating procedures at their end for ensuring safety and security of guests at their hotels.
Hedge Funds Are Buying Marriott International Inc (MAR) 2020/05/29 15:44:08 Yahoo Finance
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Marriott International offers 30% discount at all its hotels in South Asia 2020/05/28 15:59:00 Business Standard
The scheme covers more than 90 hotels across India, Nepal, Bhutan, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka.
Martifer dispara 9% depois de maiores acionistas cobrirem 22 milhões de prejuízos acumulados 2020/05/28 09:52:44 Jornal de Negócios
Os dois maiores acionistas da Martifer propõem que parte dos prejuízos acumulados pela companhia sejam cobertos por via da utilização dos créditos que ambos têm sobre a sociedade, no montante de 10,925 milhões de euros cada um.
Irmãos Martins e Mota-Engil cobrem 22 milhões de prejuízos acumulados na Martifer 2020/05/27 19:04:33 Jornal de Negócios
Os maiores acionistas da Martifer disponibilizam-se para cobrir a maioria dos prejuízos acumulados pela sociedade por via da utilização dos seus créditos na empresa, no montante de 10,925 milhões cada um.
Marriott International : Correction to A Crazy Summer for Travel Article, May 21 -- Journal Report | MarketScreener 2020/05/22 16:01:01 MarketScreener
Nearly 85% of Marriott International Inc.'s 5,440 properties in North America, which include hotels, timeshares and residences, are now open, according to a spokesman for the chain. It's Going… | May 22, 2020
COVID Kills Hospitality Industry, Crushes NYC Hotels, Triggers CMBS Implosion 2020/05/22 13:15:00 Zero Hedge
COVID Kills Hospitality Industry, Crushes NYC Hotels, Triggers CMBS Implosion Tyler Durden Fri, 05/22/2020 - 09:15 The global hospitality industry is facing one of the worst crashes in history, and New York City, the epicenter of COVID-19 in the US, has seen its tourism industry decimated. With no rebound in sight, the second great depression for commercial real estate is ahead and could lead to a massive default wave of shopping malls and luxury hotels. Judging by the ongoing collapse in commercial real estate, as we recently noted , CMBX 6, which track 25 commercial-mortgage-backed securities with high exposure to 2012 shopping mall loans, has tumbled during lockdowns, resulting in a handsome payout for the likes of Carl Icahn, McNamara and others who were short the tranche. Last week we said, "keep a close eye on CMBX 9" with its "outlier exposure to hotels which have quickly emerged as the most impacted sector from the pandemic, this may well be the next big short." The various CMBX series are shown in the chart below, with CMBX 9 most notable for its 17% exposure to hotels.
Saudi Arabia On A Pandemic Bargain Hunt, Buys Shares in Facebook, Disney, Boeing, Others 2020/05/18 05:00:11 Benzinga Feeds
Saudi Arabia’s sovereign wealth fund is taking advantage of the coronavirus pandemic and buying stocks worth millions in the United States companies. What Happened The oil-rich kingdom’s $300 billion sovereign-wealth fund has picked up shares worth half a billion dollars each in Walt Disney Co. (NYSE: DIS ), Facebook Inc. (NASDAQ: FB ), Marriott International Inc. (NASDAQ: MAR ), and Cisco Systems Inc. (NASDAQ: CSCO ). The Saudi Public Investment Fund (PIF) has also invested … Full story available on Benzinga.com
Grubhub, Marriott International, Abbott Laboratories: Stocks That Defined the Week 2020/05/15 23:54:00 The Wall Street Journal
Here are seven major companies whose stocks moved on the week’s news.
COVID-19 hotel development analysis: Marriott International [Infographic] 2020/05/15 03:00:25 Top Hotels News
With its share price crashing and many new hotel projects halted, Marriott International is experiencing the full force of the COVID-19 crisis.
Marriott International First Quarter Earnings Report; 'Another One Bites the Dust' 2020/05/12 18:07:50 Benzinga Feeds
On Monday, shares of Marriott International Inc (NASDAQ: MAR ) fell as first-quarter earnings missed expectations. Like its peers, the hotel-chain operator is bearing the weight of the pandemic that put the world under lockdown. Despite, revenue per room, as well as bookings, plunging, April appears to be the bottom for the hotel industry as the lockdowns are eased and demand rises. First Quarter Report Revenue dropped 7% from a year ago and resulted in a net income of $31 million. Adjusted earnings per share of 26 cents missed FactSet's consensus forecast of 87 cents. The results account for guarantee reserves of $148 million and impairment charges and bad-debt expenses. What really beat Marriott down … Full story available on Benzinga.com