Distressed Market

  • Definition: An economic condition that results in revenue levels that are significantly (10 percent or more) below historic norms.
  • Example: The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic created a distressed market in the hospitality industry in 2020.

Reference: https://academia.edu/15440500/Hotel_Operations_Management_Glossary

Updated on February 19, 2021

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