BKNG Jun 2020 2150.000 call

OPR - OPR Delayed Price. Currency in USD
46.00
0.00 (0.00%)
As of 1:35PM EST. Market open.
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Previous Close46.00
Open46.00
Bid0.00
Ask0.00
Strike2,150.00
Expire Date2020-06-19
Day's Range46.00 - 46.00
Contract RangeN/A
Volume1
Open InterestN/A
  • Expedia’s Vrbo to Reposition Itself Beyond Vacation Rentals as a Family Travel Business
    Skift

    Expedia’s Vrbo to Reposition Itself Beyond Vacation Rentals as a Family Travel Business

    Expedia Group's vacation rental business Vrbo plans to reposition itself as a family travel site that would offer vacation rentals, resorts, and other features facilitating family vacations. The unit's new general manager Jeff Hurst told Skift Thursday that the move has been in the works behind the scenes for some time. Hurst, who was interviewed […]

  • Expedia Tells Hotels Adding Resort Fees Will Lower Your Listings on Its Pages
    Skift

    Expedia Tells Hotels Adding Resort Fees Will Lower Your Listings on Its Pages

    As promised a few months ago, Expedia Group began this week to send hotel listings lower in the sort order on its Expedia.com and Hotels.com pages when properties add resort fees to base room rates. Speaking at a lodging breakout session on stage at the Expedia Explore '19 conference in Las Vegas Wednesday, Cyril Ranque, […]

  • PR Newswire

    Are Americans Starting to Ditch the Kitchen? New Survey from OpenTable Reveals Why Cooking is Becoming a Thing of the Past

    SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 14, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- OpenTable, the world's leading provider of online restaurant reservations and part of Booking Holdings Inc. (NASDAQ: BKNG), today released new survey findings highlighting delivery habits and revealing a growing appetite for convenience. In tandem, OpenTable also announced a new partnership with Postmates, the #1 on-demand delivery platform in Los Angeles and the Southwest, to bring even more delivery and pick-up options to diners on its iOS and Android apps. According to a recent survey commissioned by OpenTable, Americans are starting to break up with their kitchens with 41 percent dining out at least once a week and nearly one third considering delivery to be a top alternative.

  • Business Wire

    Priceline Launching Its Largest-Ever Black Friday / Cyber Monday Event With Flash Sales on Flights, Hotels, Rental Cars, Cruises and More

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    The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: Booking, Allergan, Honda Motor, Infosys and Activision Blizzard

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    Skift

    Vrbo Shuffles Leadership as Latest Expedia Group Reorganization Moves Take Shape

    John Kim, who took over the reins of Expedia Group's now-struggling vacation rental unit Vrbo in 2016, has been replaced in that leadership role by Jeff Hurst. In another move in Expedia Group's ongoing reorganization, which has been under way for months, Cyril Ranque, previously president of Lodging Partner Services, became president of the company's […]

  • What Can We Make Of Booking Holdings Inc.’s (NASDAQ:BKNG) High Return On Capital?
    Simply Wall St.

    What Can We Make Of Booking Holdings Inc.’s (NASDAQ:BKNG) High Return On Capital?

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  • GuruFocus.com

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    Top Stock Reports for Booking Holdings, Allergan & Honda Motor Co.

    Top Stock Reports for Booking Holdings, Allergan & Honda Motor Co.

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    Insider Monkey

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    2019 is almost coming to an end, and right now, the best time to travel just before the holidays, and if you want to make travel plans, you should consider the best places to visit in the U.S in November. November and generally the onset of the fall and winter seasons means that many places […]

  • Stock Market News for Nov 11, 2019
    Zacks

    Stock Market News for Nov 11, 2019

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  • Business Wire

    Agoda Enhances Traveler Experience With New Capabilities and Offering For B2B2C Partners

    Agoda, one of the world’s fastest growing digital travel platforms and headquartered in Singapore (Booking Holdings (BKNG)), announced today a suite of enhanced products and technology to help businesses trying to capitalize on the growing travel sector. Agoda has a network of over 2.5 million properties in over 200 countries and territories. Agoda’s enhanced API allows partners, from distributors to corporate travel agents, convenient and quick access to its inventory.

  • Wedgewood Reduces Stake in Ulta Beauty, Offers Outlook on These Three Stocks
    Insider Monkey

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    Wedgewood Partners, a St. Louis, Missouri-based investment firm, has released its 2019 Q3 investor letter – you can download a copy here. The investment firm reported mixed results for the quarter, with composite returns largely flat at 0.39% for the quarter. Meanwhile, the benchmark Russell 1000 Growth Index and the S&P 500 Index gained 1.49% and 1.87%, respectively. Wedgewood Partners wrote extensively […]

  • Expedia stock suffers worst day yet as Google threat hits travel websites
    MarketWatch

    Expedia stock suffers worst day yet as Google threat hits travel websites

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  • Thomson Reuters StreetEvents

    Edited Transcript of BKNG earnings conference call or presentation 7-Nov-19 9:30pm GMT

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  • Reuters

    UPDATE 1-U.S. Supreme Court to consider blocking Booking.com trademark

    The U.S. Supreme Court on Friday agreed to consider a bid by a federal agency to prevent the popular hotel reservation website Booking.com, a unit of Booking Holdings Inc, from trademarking the site's name, contending that it is too generic to deserve legal protection. The justices will hear an appeal by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office of lower court decision allowing the trademark because by adding ".com" to the generic word "booking" it became eligible for a trademark. The online reservation service, based in Amsterdam, began using its name globally in 2006, and filed several trademark applications in 2011 and 2012.

  • Benzinga

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    After the close on Thursday, Disney Co. (NYSE: DIS) announced an EPS beat along with a slight sales miss. The issue, which has been in a trading range ($127.54 to $134.14) since Sept. 20, roared through the top of that range. In Thursday's session, Booking Holdings Inc (NASDAQ: BKNG) was punished for Expedia Group's (NASDAQ: EXPE) earnings miss, falling from $2,012.09 to $1,849.93.

  • Barrons.com

    Online Travel Stocks Plunged Yesterday. But One Company Is Holding Up Better Than the Rest.

    Stocks of online travel and reservation sites took a dive on Thursday, but Booking Holdings avoided the worst of the pain. (BKNG) stock (ticker: BNKG) was up 4.9% to $1,940.10 in premarket trading on Friday—after reporting its results late on Thursday. The stock had fallen 8% during regular trading hours.

  • Booking Holdings (BKNG) Q3 Earnings Beat, Revenues Rise Y/Y
    Zacks

    Booking Holdings (BKNG) Q3 Earnings Beat, Revenues Rise Y/Y

    Booking Holdings (BKNG) third-quarter results benefit from Solid momentum across merchant, and advertising and other businesses.

  • Google’s Search Ad Embrace Crushes Online Travel Agents
    Bloomberg

    Google’s Search Ad Embrace Crushes Online Travel Agents

    (Bloomberg) -- Google’s moves to cram the top of its search results with more and more advertising is hammering the online travel industry, one of the company’s biggest customers.Expedia Group Inc. fell the most in 14 years on Thursday and TripAdvisor Inc. dropped the most in two years after the companies reported dismal third-quarter results and laid the blame on Google. Booking Holdings Inc.’s shares dropped 8%, too, wiping out a combined market value of more than $13 billion from the three online travel agents.Google dominates the online search market, with at least three quarters of the market. People use the search engine to research trips, so for at least a decade online travel agents have refined their websites with trustworthy content and easy booking tools to show up high in Google results.This search engine optimization, or SEO, worked well until about five years ago. Around that time, Google began placing more ads on the top of search results, pushing down the free listings. The internet giant also built new travel search tools, which were mostly paid listings, too. This means online travel agents now must pay billions of dollars each year to Google to ensure they show up high in search results and get clicks from travel planners.The online travel industry has been concerned about Google’s changes since at least 2016. But the full impact was felt this week.“Google has got more aggressive,” TripAdvisor Chief Executive Officer Stephen Kaufer said during a conference call with analysts late Wednesday. “We’re not predicting that it’s going to turn around.”Free traffic is “shrinking all the time,” Expedia Chief Executive Officer Mark Okerstrom said the same day. “Google does continue to push for more revenue per visitor. And I think it’s just the reality of where the world is.”The industry has been trying other marketing channels, such as social media and more TV advertising. But Google’s search engine is so pervasive that online travel agents have to keep buying ads from the company to keep traffic coming to their sites.D.A. Davidson analysts wrote that Expedia is exploring alternatives to mitigate its “reliance on search/Google,” but they see “no alternatives that will be able to efficiently ‘move the needle’ from a volume perspective anytime soon.”Carnage in the online travel industry comes as antitrust scrutiny of Google is ramping up in the U.S. State, federal and congressional probes are all underway to determine whether the company violates competition law. One area of concern is vertical search, where Google uses its main search engine to promote its own industry-specific products over those of other companies. Travel is one example where this is happening, along with local search, contractor marketplaces like Angie’s List and shopping-comparison services.Google has been a rising risk for the travel industry for a while, but executives have been generally hesitant to blame it for poor results. The search giant is one of the most important sources of traffic and business for online travel agencies, so they have tried to maintain a good relationship. But this quarter, Google’s impact was so painful that industry executives and Wall Street analysts couldn’t avoid it.“We see these Google changes as a potential headwind to OTA profitability,” Morgan Stanley analyst Brian Nowak said in a note to clients. This trend isn’t going away, and people who want to invest in the online travel sector should do it through Google stock, he added.Booking Holdings, the largest online travel agent, was peppered with questions about Google during a conference call with analysts on Thursday.Glenn Fogel, Booking’s chief executive officer, said the company’s future success will rely on reaching people without Google getting in the way.“What we know is most important is for us to get customers to come to us directly,” he said. Building brand strength and retaining customers better means the company “will not be as dependent on other sources of traffic,” he added.\--With assistance from Ryan Vlastelica, Olivia Carville and Ian King.To contact the reporters on this story: Gerrit De Vynck in New York at gdevynck@bloomberg.net;Kiley Roache in New York at kroache@bloomberg.netTo contact the editors responsible for this story: Jillian Ward at jward56@bloomberg.net, Alistair Barr, Andrew PollackFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com©2019 Bloomberg L.P.

  • TheStreet.com

    Booking Holdings Leads Online Travel Sector Rebound

    A day after a brutal beatdown by investors of the online travel sector, Booking Holdings, Expedia and TripAdvisor are on the rise Friday.

  • Booking Holdings Sees Brand Collaborations as Key to Restoring Growth on Steroids
    Skift

    Booking Holdings Sees Brand Collaborations as Key to Restoring Growth on Steroids

    We've heard the doubts for several years: Are online travel agencies' glory days, when revenue was growing 25 or 30 percent and room nights booked were jumping at similar clips, long-gone history? In contrast to Expedia Group and TripAdvisor, which posted weak third quarters and saw their market caps sliced up on Thursday, Booking Holdings […]

  • Booking Earnings Beat Views On A Tough Day For Travel Stocks
    Investor's Business Daily

    Booking Earnings Beat Views On A Tough Day For Travel Stocks

    Online travel company Booking Holdings reported quarterly earnings that showed a slight miss on revenue but beat on earnings. The Booking earnings report came after the market close.