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Spero Therapeutics, Inc. (SPRO) delivered earnings and revenue surprises of 62.34% and 517.44%, respectively, for the quarter ended March 2019. Do the numbers hold clues to what lies ahead for the stock?
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Short-term rental sites Airbnb and HomeAway lost a legal challenge Wednesday against an ordinance enacted by a popular California tourist city. The ordinance imposed several obligations involving rental sites in seaside Santa Monica, including refraining from booking properties that are not licensed and listed on a city registry. A 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals panel ruled that a lower court properly dismissed the legal challenge over its failure to state a claim against the city.
The ruling Wednesday by a three-judge panel of the Ninth Circuit is a setback for the home-sharing platforms in their effort to avoid regulation by cities that blame the rapid proliferation of short-term rentals for a shortage of affordable housing and a disintegration of residential communities. The Santa Monica ordinance holds the companies responsible for booking rentals of residences that aren’t licensed by the city. San Francisco-based Airbnb is the largest home-rental platform with more than 6 million listings around the world.
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While growth in Expedia’s home rental service disappointed, the company made up for it with strength in its core platform. Cowen also sees positive read-through to peers Booking Holdings Inc. and TripAdvisor Inc., which report later this month. “HomeAway was the major disappointment” in the fourth quarter and the lack of prior warning from management suggested it must have started to deteriorate at the end of the year, after third-quarter results.
Adjusted earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortization, will grow 10 percent to 15 percent in 2019, Chief Financial Officer Alan Pickerill said on a conference call Thursday. Analysts were projecting an increase of 9 percent, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. Analysts were looking for signs that Expedia’s performance would justify a runaway share price so far this year.
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Spero Therapeutics, Inc. (SPRO) delivered earnings and revenue surprises of 6.25% and 0.00%, respectively, for the quarter ended September 2018. Do the numbers hold clues to what lies ahead for the stock?
To keep up with the rising demand for short-term rentals in U.S. cities and compete with the home-sharing giant Airbnb, travel booking site Expedia has picked up a pair of venture-backed hospitality startups, Pillow and ApartmentJet. Employees of both companies will join Expedia . "Acquiring Pillow and ApartmentJet will help unlock urban growth opportunities that, over time, will contribute to HomeAway's ability to add an even broader selection of accommodations to its marketplace and marketplaces across Expedia Group brands, ensuring travelers always find the perfect place to stay," the company explained in a statement.
Expedia Group (EXPE) continues to benefit from the robust performance of HomeAway, Brand Expedia, Expedia Partner Solutions and Hotels.com in third-quarter 2018.
Expedia Group Inc saw major growth in its vacation rental business HomeAway and higher travel bookings in the third quarter, helping it to beat Wall Street's profit estimates on Thursday. Expedia said customers spent 24 percent more on HomeAway bookings and that the business, which competes with Airbnb, is headed for strong revenue and profit growth this year. Amobi, however, warned that the fourth quarter may not be as strong as the third and a key thing to watch would be whether Expedia is able to maintain this type of growth trajectory.
Analysts had predicted $3.10 a share, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. Expedia, which owns travel aggregator websites like Hotels.com, Hotwire.com and CarRentals.com, is starting to see the benefits of buying HomeAway three years ago. Expedia paid $3.9 billion in 2015 for the vacation-home rental site in a power play to rival upstart Airbnb Inc. Along with Booking Holdings Inc., the three have been battling to woo travelers and go beyond typical vacation packages to expand offerings in people’s homes in cities.
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Expedia President and CEO Mark Okerstrom joins "Squawk on the Street" to discuss the company's strong earnings and what the state of travel is for the United States and around the world.