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    Small-Market and Affordable Hotels See Gains; Long Road to Recovery Lies Ahead for the Lodging Sector Hospitality’s progress slows amid spreading infection. Ho-tels, along with other businesses, began to see rising foot traffic in late spring as many cities initiated phased reopenings of their lo-...
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    Fiscal Stimulus Packages Offer Aid to Beleaguered Hospitality Sector; Public Health Crisis Temporarily Reduces Demand for Hotel Rooms Public health crisis has substantially impacted the hospitality industry; some demand drivers remain present. Since February 15, hotel occupancy has fallen from 63.6...
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    Coronavirus Alters Outlook for U.S. Hotel Sector as Investors Cautious, Face Significant Short-Term Headwinds; New Federal Stimulus Package Delivers Lifeline to Severely Impacted Sector Growing heath crisis pauses economic growth. The rapid and unanticipated spread of the new coronavirus (COVID-19...
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    Houston Begins to Stabilize as New Supply Weighs on Statewide Occupancy Substantial job growth drives hotel needs in Texas’ largest cities. Dallas/Fort Worth and Houston lead the country in job creation for 2019 as each welcomes more than 100,000 new roles, support-ing both business and leisure...
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    Occupancy Improves Regionwide, Driven by Gains in Smaller Markets Energy industry drives rapid demand growth in North Dakota. Oc-cupancy across the Upper Midwest states continues to steadily climb, highlighted by North Dakota. A recovery in energy prices over the past couple of years renewed shale...
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    Summer Season Boosts Travel, Delivering Record Performance; Investor Caution Rising Amid Mixed Economic Outlook Hotel sector delivers record performance. Historically low unemploy-ment is contributing to higher wages and elevated consumer confidence, supporting record travel this year. Sentiment is...
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    Trade War Escalates As White House Implements More Tariffs; China Retaliates Trade talks with China break down; protectionist policies accelerating. Following over a year of discussion with China, trade talks broke down, prompting the White House to raise tariffs to 25 percent on $200 billion of...
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    National Economy Companies are seeking to expand operations this year, though finding qualified workers remains a challenge. Employers will enhance compensation packages to attract top talent, boosting wage growth, which should coincide with more leisure travel. Economic growth will be sustained...
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    Supply Boom Weighs on Occupancy in Dallas; Smaller Metros Attract Buyers Occupancy declines in major Texas markets amid growing hotel supply and readjustments from the hurricane. Hurricane Harvey lifted occupancy considerably in 2018. The rate will fall slightly this year as room nights adjusted...
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    Conservative Investor Outlook Extends Real Estate Cycle as Economy Approaches 10th Year of Growth. Investors kick off 2019 with a favorable, though more cautious, outlook; Sentiment on par with past peak. By Beth Mattson-Teig Investors coming off another robust year of investment sales activity...

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