U.S. Hotels Experienced Another Strong Year in 2018, but What's on the Horizon? CBRE's Lodging Insights
January 4, 2019 6:25am
CBRE's Mark Woodworth and Jack Corgel wrap up 2018 with their take on the overall health of the economy, what indicators may tell us about the possibility of a recession on the horizon, and what period to period demand change says about overall economic performance.
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