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Craig-Hallum's George Sutton raises Vonage target price on Nexmo acquisition.
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Vonage's new acquisition could be worth more than Vonage itself.
Expedia remains just above a very low-risk buy zone.
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Priceline showed plenty of strength in its various travel-booking platforms, Cramer noted.
Eyes will be on Priceline's bookings and room night growth as well as the effects of Brexit when the travel site reports earnings Thursday.
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The hotel search site could be worth $5B, putting Expedia's holdings at more than $3B
The company's earnings didn't meet expectations because of increased terror attacks, but the Olympics in Rio could turn things around.
The Anheuser-Busch InBev and SABMiller deal is another step closer to completion.
Despite an earnings miss, Jim Cramer believes Expedia will come back and he likes the stock
CEO of Expedia Dara Khosrowshahi joined CNBC's 'Squawk on the Street' this morning to discuss the company's 2016 second quarter earnings report.
Europe's tourism industry is feeling the pinch after repeated acts of terror plague the continent, which in turn affected Expedia's results, Cramer says.
Priceline and Expedia are well-priced and positioned to prosper in the coming years.
Expedia (EXPE) stock is retreating in after-hours trading after the online travel company posted lower-than-expected revenue for the 2016 second quarter.
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The market is showing that Expedia shares aren't ready to go higher now. So take your profits and wait for the results.
Expedia (EXPE) stock is declining in afternoon trading as the company is slated to report second quarter earnings and revenue after Thursday's market close.
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The Federal Reserve will steal focus from another onslaught of earnings in the coming week as investors remain wary over the central bank's rate-hike timetable.
Apple and other tech giants will report, while the FOMC also meets.