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Here's What Sent Marriott International Stock Higher in 2016

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Still, the merger could unlock more value. Management noted that it will use the 30 brands under its umbrella and vast global presence of 1.6 million rooms available or in the development pipeline to gain more market share and will seek to continue utilizing merger-related cost efficiencies to boost earnings. Marriott stock is trading at just 20 times expected earnings, and Marriott stock could still have plenty of room to run .

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