Share to Twitter Share to Linkedin Traveling the world will be getting a lot better with the addition of several impressive new hotels and resorts. From a refurbished 17th century Jesuit convent to private villas perched high above crystal clear waters, these new hospitality properties are ready to welcome guests with open arms. ITC Hotel Colombo , Sri Lanka, India, Quarter Three, 2022 ITC Hotels, one of India’s largest hotel brands, will open their newest property ITC Hotel Colombo. Located in the center of the capital city of Sri Lanka, boasting panoramic views of the Indian Ocean and the Beira Lake , this luxury hotel will feature 29 floors of 371 gracefully appointed guest rooms and suites, a selection of ten restaurants and bars offering the finest cuisines and a tranquil spa designed by Kuala Lumpur-based firm DESIGNWILKES . The Homestead , Nambiti, South Africa, Early 2022 The Homestead is a 12-suite eco-conscious ultra-luxury … [Read more...] about From Nambiti To Mykonos These New Hotels Will Impress Travelers
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Share to Twitter Share to Linkedin Italy’s undisputed heart of musical culture, and birthplace to more renowned musicians and composers than just about any other city in the world, Lucca’s history dates all the way back to the Etruscans. Unlike most locations with such ancient lineage, though, Lucca has remained vibrant through nearly every era of history, adding to both Italian and world culture. Standing guard over Piazza Napoleone (the main square of Lucca, better known as Piazza Grande by locals), Grand Universe Lucca occupies historic bones that have seen the city through its triumphs and tragedies since the days of Ancient Rome. From its beginning, serving as a glassblower’s workshop, through its 16 th -century conversion to a noble palazzo and into the 19 th -century hotel that continues in its newest iteration today, it continues to inspire local and visiting creatives as a luxury property preserving and promoting the city’s immense musical heritage. … [Read more...] about Custom Portraits? Yawn. This Tuscan Palazzo Offers Custom Musical Compositions
Image source: The Motley Fool. Hancock Whitney Corporation ( NASDAQ:HWC ) Jan 20, 2021 , 5:00 p.m. ET Contents: Prepared Remarks Questions and Answers Call Participants Prepared Remarks: Operator Good day, ladies and gentlemen and welcome to Hancock Whitney Corporation's Fourth Quarter 2020 Earnings Conference Call. [Operator Instructions] I would now like to introduce your host for today's conference, Trisha Carlson, Investor Relations Manager. You may begin. Trisha Voltz Carlson -- Executive Vice President and Investor Relations Manager Thank you and good afternoon. During today's call, we may make forward-looking statements. We would like to remind everyone to carefully review the Safe Harbor language that was published with the earnings release and presentation in the Company's most recent 10-K and 10-Q, including the risks and uncertainties identified therein. You should keep in mind that any forward-looking statements made by Hancock … [Read more...] about Hancock Whitney Corporation (HWC) Q4 2020 Earnings Call Transcript
Share to Twitter Share to Linkedin The January Effect is a calendrical hypothesis that suggests stock prices tend to rise more in January than any other month. While it seems to have held some truth historically, nowadays many doubt the January Effect’s legitimacy. So, is this 80-year-old hypothesis a thing of the past – or is it something you should prepare for? A brief history of the January Effect The January Effect was first noticed by investment banker Sidney Wachtel in 1942. During his studies of market returns dating back to 1925, he noticed that stocks tended to see greater gains in January than other months. Later, this theory was confirmed by multiple academics and spread to studies of other asset classes. As it evolved, some proposed that the January Effect was the result of smaller stocks outperforming larger stocks at the start of the year. Why does the January Effect occur? Analysts have offered several explanations for this effect … [Read more...] about The January Effect: Fact Or Fiction?