JP Morgan Is Cautious About Hotel Earnings Season
- Financial Markets: DJIA up 184 points, Nasdaq up 26, S&P 500 rose 18 points, and 10-year treasury yield up to 3.86%. Lodging stocks performed poorly despite overall market gains.
- JP Morgan anticipates unimpressive 2Q23 RevPAR results and mixed net rooms growth in the lodging sector. They remain cautious due to tougher year-over-year comparisons and potential effects from tightening credit conditions.
- Several hotels are being developed or opened, including a 100-room hotel in Northeast Philadelphia, a Marriott Residence Inn in West Vail, and a Fairfield Inn & Suites in Conway, South Carolina. Some projects are facing challenges, like the halted construction of a Homewood Suites in Skokie, Illinois, due to high-interest rates.
The DJIA was up 184 points while Nasdaq was up 26, the S&P 500 rose 18 points, and the 10-year treasury yield was up .02 to 3.86%. Lodging stocks were lower despite the indexes being higher. The biggest mover was to the downside, with SOND falling another -9%. SLNA was up 5%. JP Morgan said they expect relatively unimpressive 2Q23 RevPAR results and a […]