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Piper Jaffray analyst thinks there’s so much opportunity for Priceline.com to grow in emerging markets, its shares will reach $1,000 in two years.
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Priceline.com shares rose on a 66 percent increase in fourth-quarter earnings, and trader Joe Terranova thinks there’s still room to buy in.
S&P Capital IQ equity analyst Scott Kessler screened his firm’s stock data base for companies with “consumer-facing” technologies that are likely to play roles in the growth of online retailing and that S&P analysts are “bullish on.” TheStreet.com reports.
Priceline’s stock flew past $630 on the heels of Monday’s strong fourth-quarter earnings report. espite the surge, it’s still not time to sell, analysts say.
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The online travel site exceeded Wall Street estimates. Insight with Michael Olson, Piper Jaffray: "This is a company that is growing more than 50% in the last ten quarters," he says.
U.S. stock index futures erased their early gains to nudge into negative territory Tuesday following a handful of disappointing economic reports.
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Revenue for Priceline.com's quarter came in at $991 million versus the consensus estimate of $967.91 million. Aaron Kessler, Raymond James, weighs in.