Lodging Sector Update
Post-summer slowing in demand, U.S. profitability metrics show slowing after 2 months of improvement
In week-over-week comparisons, U.S. hotel demand increased just 0.3% (+61,000 room nights) during September 13-19. The post-summer slowing in demand is evident with week-over-week decreases in three of the last five weeks.
Lessening demand was also reflected in the U.S. profitability metrics for August, which showed a slowing after two months of incremental improvement. 
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