Marriott International (MAR) Rises 1.9% on Above Average Trading Volume

After this morning's 1.9% surge to $195.12 per share, Marriott International might just keep moving past its target price of $190.88. With an average analyst rating of hold, and target prices from $174.0 to $215.0, the stock's next move is anyone's guess.

Marriott International's short interest — meaning the percentage of the share float that is being shorted — is lower than average at 2.0%. The stock's short ratio is 2.67. The company's insiders own 19.24% of its outstanding shares, which indicates a strong alignment between management and shareholder interests.

Another number to watch is the company's rate of institutional share ownership, which now stands at 61.7%. In conclusion, we believe there is mixed market sentiment regarding Marriott International.

Institutions Invested in Marriott International

Date Reported Holder Percentage Shares Value
2023-03-31 Vanguard Group Inc 8% 22,823,441 $4,453,309,696
2023-03-31 Blackrock Inc. 5% 16,116,336 $3,144,619,401
2023-03-31 State Street Corporation 3% 10,087,482 $1,968,269,438
2023-03-31 JP Morgan Chase & Company 3% 9,748,596 $1,902,146,003
2023-03-31 FMR, LLC 3% 8,449,868 $1,648,738,202
2023-03-31 Massachusetts Financial Services Co. 3% 7,631,101 $1,488,980,389
2023-03-31 Geode Capital Management, LLC 2% 4,969,166 $969,583,645
2023-03-31 Jennison Associates LLC 2% 4,834,459 $943,299,616
2023-03-31 Morgan Stanley 2% 4,644,199 $906,176,086
2023-03-31 Eagle Capital Management LLC 1% 3,835,069 $748,298,644
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