|Bid||129.50 x 100|
|Ask||132.24 x 100|
|Day's range||129.90 - 133.68|
|52-week range||115.55 - 161.00|
|PE ratio (TTM)||50.80|
|Earnings date||8 Feb 2018|
|Forward dividend & yield||1.20 (0.91%)|
|1y target est||151.86|
Expedia (EXPE) receives a bullish research note from Morgan Stanley's analyst. The company's rating gets upgraded to overweight.
NEW YORK (AP) — The ride-sharing company Uber confirmed Thursday that it had technology to shield company data when law enforcement raided its offices outside the U.S.
To that point, shares of Expedia (EXPE) and Zillow Group (Z) are climbing on Thursday afternoon, following upgrades from Morgan Stanley. Analyst Brian Nowak and his team upgraded Expedia to Overweight from Equal Weight, with a $160 price target. Nowak also likes Expedia's "more refined" hotel supply strategy, which should lead to more supply, a better selection for consumers, and a higher conversion rate, as well as Expedia's Home Away business, which is akin to Airbnb and focuses on vacation rentals. As for Zillow, analyst Jonathan Lanterman and his team raised their rating to Overweight from Equal Weight, with a $50 price target.
Abner, Herrman & Brock, now in its 37th year, is headed by Chairman Howard J. Abner, who has nearly half a century’s worth of experience in managing investments. Abner, Herman & Brock (known as AHB) made some interesting moves in the fourth quarter. It initiated a position in Analog Devices (ADI) and bought more shares of HP (HPQ) and Intel (INTC).
Keybanc Capital Markets' Brad Erickson and Elliot Arnson take a look at the online travel agency (OTA) sector on Thursday, writing that it's become a value play following a disappointing third quarter earnings season. While there were some gloomy quarterly reports in the group, they believe that 2018 growth will be better than feared, and near-term spending shifts normalizing over time, leading to stock gains.
Uber has named Barney Harford its new COO, the same day the European Union's top court dealt it a blow, ruling that the ride-hailing company should be regulated like a transportation company and not a ...
Uber Technologies Inc.'s long search for a chief operating officer has come to an end. Barney Harford, the former CEO of Orbitz, will take on the Uber COO job, he said on Twitter Wednesday. Harford worked ...
Shares of Expedia (EXPE) and Priceline (PCLN) are both lower on Thursday, following downgrades from MKM Partners. Analysts Christopher Agnew and Rob Sanderson cut their ratings on both stocks to Neutral ...
Shares of Expedia Inc. dropped 1.7% and of Priceline Group Inc. fell 0.6% in premarket trade Thursday after analysts at MKM downgraded both stocks to neutral from buy. The analysts, led by Rob Sanderson, ...
LAS VEGAS--(BUSINESSWIRE)-- New generational data released by Expedia® Media Solutions, the advertising arm of Expedia, Inc., reveals that when planning a trip, American, British and Chinese travelers ...
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Expedia (EXPE) reported earnings about a month ago. What's next for the stock? We take a look at earnings estimates for some clues.
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Airbnb Inc. and Expedia Inc.’s HomeAway unit will continue to operate in Vancouver even as the city passes restrictive rules on short-term home rentals amid rising housing prices. The two companies confirmed in separate statements that the vote, which will be announced later Tuesday, will recognize and regulate home-sharing in Vancouver. “While some families will be excluded from home-sharing we’re looking forward to continuing to work with the city through the regulation process,” said Lindsey Scully, a spokeswoman for closely held Airbnb. Under the new rules, many Airbnb and HomeAway properties will be banned.
This might be a good time to steer off OTA stocks like Expedia (EXPE) and Priceline (PCLN) and invest in hotel stocks like Marriott (MAR) and Hilton (HLT) instead.