By the Numbers

Wyndham Worldwide Stock Reaction During Earnings

Wyndham Hotel, San Diego
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Wyndham Worldwide will release second-quarter figures on Wednesday before the bell. Shares of the hospitality services company are up 46 percent in the past year, compared to a 20 percent gain for the S&P 500.

Based on the last seven earnings reports, LIM's EarningsEdge, a Morningstar company, indicates that Wyndham Worldwide has shown a strong bullish edge that peaks 27 trading days before the announcement and a strong bullish edge that peaks 2 trading days after earnings are released.

The current consensus First Call EPS estimate stands at $0.56 versus a gain of $0.51, while revenue is expected to come in at $1.05 billion, compared to $963 million during the same period last year.

What follows are some facts and figures on how the company's shares traded in the most recent earnings reports. 

Wyndham Worldwide

  • Missed revenue estimates in the past 3 quarters, beat the prior 5

  • Beat EPS estimates for 8 consecutive quarters

  • Beat annual EPS estimates for 5 consecutive years

  • Dollar impact: In 2010, 74 percent of revenue derived from the United States, while 26 percent was international

  • Wyndham Worldwide shares closed at a four-year high of $35.4 on July 7, 2011

  • Short-interest as a percent of float stands at 2.6 percent
  • According to Thomson Reuters estimates, the mean price target among 11 financial analysts is $41.73

Competitors' Performance so far in 2011:

  • Hyatt Hotels -11 percent
  • Intercontinental Hotels +5 percent
  • Starwood Hotels -6 percent 
  • Marriot International -17 percent

Wyndham Worldwide shares are up +14 percent.

Stock Performance By The Numbers

  • In the past 8 quarters, Wyndham Worldwide shares rose 2.23 percent, on average, two days after the company reported its quarterly results

S&P Consumer Discretionary Sector:

  • Third best performing sector so far in 2011, up 9 percent
  • Wyndham Worldwide is the thirty-sixth best performing stock in this sector year-to-date

Source: CNBC Analytics, LIM and Thomson Reuters

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