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Priceline falls pre-market today

Priceline Inc (NASDAQ:PCLN) fell more than 8% today pre-market, despite beating analyst estimates with EPS of $35.22. However, the earnings guidance by PCLN has been disappointing. It saw an after-market decline of 6.5%, and the decline continues today pre-market as well. Stockal’s Social Media Pulse has been lower than normal, indicating a negative sentiment trend.   Travel industry seems to have seen a downfall due to ad wars. PCLN CFO
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Priceline and T Mobile may be bullish

PCLN – Priceline provides online travel and restaurant reservation services. PCLN – Priceline Group Inc Fundamentals Previously closed at 1343.05 Day's high 1351.00 Day's low 1329.29 P/E ratio 26.43 EPS 50.81   Analysts opinion PCLN was raised to “overweight” from “Equal Weight” by Barclays. The price target was increased to $1500. The founder of PCLN, Jay.S. Walker will be launching a new travel startup, aimed at business travellers.  Analyst confidence
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Sentiments tracked for PCLN and KMI

Priceline group Inc is an online travel and travel related services provider. The stocks surged 13% pre-market following its Q4 revenue announcements. PCLN - Priceline Group Inc Fundamentals Previously closed at 1110.68 Day's high 1115.84 Day's low 1072.27 P/E ratio 23.03 EPS 48.24   Analyst opinion Priceline was expected to have a revenue of $11.80 per share, and it beat the predictions today when it announced an earnings of $12.63
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Libbey, Inc and Priceline may have bullish sentiments today

LBY- Libbey, Inc last closed at $16.35 – (Undervalued) Libbey is a leading producer of glass tableware and other table top products in the U.S and in Canada. With the news of the Chairman and CEO Stephanie Streeter’s abrupt resignation, and a new CEO – Mr. William Foley being elected by the board members of Libbey, the stock prices plunged down to a new low and closed at $16.35 yesterday.