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InterContinental Hotels Group PLC (IHG.L)

IHG.L on London Stock Exchange

5,109.00GBp
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5,099.00
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5,149.00
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5,194.00
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5,105.00
Volume
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About

InterContinental Hotels Group PLC is a hotel company. The Company franchises its brands to, and manages hotels on behalf of, third-party hotel owners. Its segments include The Americas; Europe; Asia, Middle East and Africa (AMEA); Greater China, and Central. It operates a portfolio of hotel brands, including InterContinental,... (more)

Overall

Beta: 1.34
Market Cap(Mil.): £10,499.61
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 182.03
Dividend: 0.60
Yield (%): --

Financials

  IHG.L Industry Sector
P/E (TTM): 37.08 29.15 18.76
EPS (TTM): 1.56 -- --
ROI: 16.94 3.61 10.67
ROE: -- 12.49 12.53

InterContinental plays down impact in China of growing trade tensions

InterContinental Hotels Group played down any hit from the trade standoff between Beijing and Washington, saying few of its business customers in China were from outside the country and it was anyway well spread globally to absorb any impact.

Aug 06 2019

UPDATE 2-InterContinental plays down impact in China of growing trade tensions

* Interactive graphic https://tmsnrt.rs/2MIgCfE on IHG's RevPAR (Adds details on China, CFO comments, background)

Aug 06 2019

IHG's first-half room revenue touch higher but China weighs

Aug 6 - InterContinental Hotels Group reported a marginally higher first-half room revenue on Tuesday as fewer business travellers in China and protests in Hong Kong led to a decline in demand from Greater China.

Aug 06 2019

BUZZ-InterContinental: Drops, UBS downgrades on rising headwinds

** InterContinental Hotels Group shares fall 2.7% to 5,178 pence, second biggest losers on FTSE index

Jul 02 2019

InterContinental 1st-qtr room revenue slows on weak China growth

May 3 InterContinental Hotels Group Plc on Friday reported a slight increase in room revenue in the first-quarter, as strong demand in the Latin America and Caribbean markets was offset by flat growth in the Greater China region.

May 03 2019
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