Expedia Group Inc. (EXPE)

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4.27 7.59
NASDAQ : Consumer Services
Prev Close 56.27
Open 52.86
Day Low/High 50.28 / 53.69
52 Wk Low/High 40.76 / 144.00
Volume 4.74M
Avg Volume 3.65M
Exchange NASDAQ
Shares Outstanding 134.47M
Market Cap 8.40B
EPS 3.80
P/E Ratio 14.96
Div & Yield 1.36 (2.20%)

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What's Good for Google's Search Business Is Proving to Be Bad News for Expedia

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While Google reported another strong quarter for its ad business, Expedia and TripAdvisor both posted Q3 earnings misses that were partly blamed on Google Search changes.

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Expedia Group Looks Packed to Make a Trip North on the Charts

Expedia Group Looks Packed to Make a Trip North on the Charts

There appears to be more aggressive buying of the online travel giant's shares in recent months.

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The Best Travel Company You've Never Heard Of

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Booking's Stock Now Presents an Intriguing Long-Term Opportunity - Tech Check

Booking's Stock Now Presents an Intriguing Long-Term Opportunity - Tech Check

The online travel giant's post-earnings selloff has left it trading it pretty reasonable multiples. And the company still has some valuable growth drivers and competitive strengths.

Earnings Season Makes Everything More Exciting

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Shares of Expedia Are Likely to Retest Support in the $110-$100 Area

Shares of Expedia Are Likely to Retest Support in the $110-$100 Area

Let's look at the chart of EXPE to see where we might consider buying it.

Avoid Checking Into Booking Holdings

Avoid Checking Into Booking Holdings

The online travel company could have an oversold bounce at any time, but the bigger picture suggests more weakness ahead.

Expedia's Bags Are Packed and It Appears Ready to Travel to Higher Ground

Expedia's Bags Are Packed and It Appears Ready to Travel to Higher Ground

There has been recent subtle improvement in its charts and a key longer-term technical signal is clearly bullish.

Check Expedia For Online Travel Planning...and For Your Portfolio

Check Expedia For Online Travel Planning...and For Your Portfolio

Let's grab our passport and some sunscreen and take a look at the charts this morning.

Expedia's Charts Look Bullish and Traders Should Buy This Pullback Into the Gap

Expedia's Charts Look Bullish and Traders Should Buy This Pullback Into the Gap

Risk below $124 and look for longer-term gains to the $155 to $160 area or Expedia's 2017 highs.

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