Shareholders of Marriott, whose most recent $13.6 billion agreement was trumped by Anbang's $14.1 billion bid announced Monday, may be swayed by the potential impact of a higher bid on earnings per share as well a higher fee Starwood would have to pay if it terminates the Marriott agreement. "We do not believe Marriott will be inclined to raise their offer significantly, nor do we believe they should," said SunTrust Robinson Humphrey analyst C. Patrick Scholes in a note to clients Monday. The idea of a higher Marriott bid "may prove challenging in securing Marriott shareholder (or even its own Board) approval" because of the higher bid's potential impact on earnings per share, J.P. Morgan analyst Joseph Greff wrote in a separate note to clients Monday. Get the full story at Travel Weekly Read also "Why Marriott should pass on Starwood" at Hotel Interactive