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Brighter climate overall suggests 2Q14F is bottom, recovering strongly in 4Q14 and into 2015 - The worst is over. Share price should be supported by V-shaped earnings recovery. Maintain BUY with TP at Bt5.7/share Hit bottom in 2Q14, back strongly in
The long holiday will contribute positively to the tourism industry in the island especially in tourist destination regions such as Denpasar, Kuta, Nusa Dua and Gianyar, he said. "The long holiday builds up a good momentum especially for hotels in
00 am Bangkok's retail market will grow more in the second half of the year thanks to the National Council for Peace and Order's policies to boost the economy and restore confidence in the country, according to the Bangkok Retail Market Report.
is set to report its second quarter earnings on Monday, July 28, and investors are hoping for another solid quarter. National Retail Properties, earnings per share are not the best way to determine how well the company is doing. In fact, the $0.27
Revenue per available room is an industry measure that considers both occupancy rates and prices. Duncan Dickson, a professor at the University of Central Florida's Rosen College of Hospitality Management, said the increases indicate that "guests are
28 Comments: 0 Rumen Draganov, expert from the Institute of Analyses and Assessments in Tourism, photo by bnr.bg Bulgarians will spend BGN 350 M on holidays in Greece in the period May 15 September 15, 2014, according to an expert from the Institute
The expected damage to Israels tourism industry in the third quarter of 2014, as a result of Operation Protective Edge, is estimated at $500 million. According to the Israel Hotel Association (IHA), which has estimated the damage based on tourist
The UAE and Saudi Arabia lead the region in hotel rooms under contract. The Middle East and Africa has 614 hotels, with 143,870 rooms, under contract, according to the Construction Pipeline Report for June by consulting firm STR Global.
00 am Share this item Hotel occupancy rates in Sonoma County increased by 5.1 percent over the year in May, reaching 78.6 percent in 2014 compared with 77.3 percent in 2013, according to figures from Smith Travel Research. At the same time, the
The tourism economy in Napa Valley has significantly rebounded since the low-point of 2009, with lodging revenue having increased since then by 62 percent through 2014, according to Visit Napa Valley. At its annual marketing conference Thursday,