Marriott Vacations Worldwide Corp
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Consumer Discretionary : Hotels, Restaurants & Leisure | Small Cap Blend
Company profile

Marriott Vacations Worldwide Corporation is a vacation company that offers vacation ownership, exchange, rental and resort and property management, along with related businesses, products and services. The Company is a developer, marketer, seller and manager of vacation ownership and related products under the Marriott Vacation Club, Grand Residences by Marriott, Sheraton Vacation Club, Westin Vacation Club, and Hyatt Residence Club brands, as well as under Marriott Vacation Club Pulse, an extension of the Marriott Vacation Club brand. Its segments include Vacation Ownership, and Exchange & Third-Party Management. Vacation Ownership segment develops, markets, sells, finances, rents, and manages vacation ownership and related products under our licensed brands. Exchange & Third-Party Management segment provide services through a range of brands, including Interval International, Trading Places International, Vacation Resorts International and Aqua-Aston.

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Today's volume of 135,936 shares is on pace to be much lighter than VAC's 10-day average volume of 253,743 shares.


Department stores are at risk from an 'unprecedented' level of excess inventory, analysts say

2:51 pm ET June 21, 2022 (MarketWatch)

Department stores, like Nordstrom Inc. (JWN), Macy's Inc. (M), Kohl's Corp. (KSS) and Dillard's Inc. (DDS) are at risk from what analysts call an "unprecedented" amount of merchandise. "First, retailers significantly overestimated consumer demand when it made inventory decisions for 2022," UBS analysts led by Jay Sole said. "Second, consumer tastes have changed in a way which has surprised retailers. The consumer wants more 'dressy' items and less activewear. Thus, retailers are carrying not only too many goods, but also goods in categories which aren't performing as well as expected." Off-price retailers, a category that includes TJX Cos. (TJX) and Burlington Stores Inc. (BURL), may also have too much merchandise, according to UBS. Retailers are trying to cancel orders, but analysts say inventory levels have likely not peaked. "We have a bearish view on consumer demand and thus expect the industry adjustment to be more expensive than many think," UBS said.

-Tonya Garcia


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June 21, 2022 14:51 ET (18:51 GMT)

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