Barry Sternlicht, Starwood Capital CEO weighs in on the deal between Starwood Hotels and Marriott, and Anbang's offer to bid higher. » Read More
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CNBC's Eunice Yoon reports on why China's Anbang Insurance Group dropped its $14 billion offer for Starwood Hotels and Resorts.
CNBC's Eunice Yoon reports the bidding war for Starwood Hotels is over after China's Anbang Insurance walks away from its offer.
China's Anbang Insurance Group will walk away from its proposed takeover of Starwood Hotels.
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Discussing the battle for Starwood between Anbang and Marriott, and fears about a China-owned hotel, with Patrick Scholes, Suntrust Equity Research lodging and leisure analyst, and David Loeb, Robert W. Baird hospitality analyst.
China's Anbang Insurance has offered to entice Starwood away from a deal with Marriott by providing a sweeter proposal, but it comes with a caveat.
Marriott isn't likely to offer another sweetener to its bid for Starwood Hotels, an analyst said. That could clear the path for rival Anbang to step in.
Sachin Shah from Albert Fried and Company reckons it is probably Starwood's brand and status within the hotel industry that Anbang is interested in.
U.S. stocks closed mixed Monday as investors eyed oil prices and awaited data and comments from key Fed policymakers due later in the week.
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