Expedia Group (NASDAQ:EXPE) Upgraded to Outperform by Wedbush


Wedbush upgraded shares of Expedia Group (NASDAQ:EXPE) from a neutral rating to an outperform rating in a report published on Monday, Price Targets.com reports. They currently have $160.00 target price on the online travel company’s stock, up from their previous target price of $130.00.

A number of other research analysts have also recently commented on EXPE. JMP Securities boosted their price objective on Expedia Group from $115.00 to $165.00 and gave the stock an outperform rating in a research note on Friday, January 15th. Sanford C. Bernstein began coverage on Expedia Group in a report on Monday, November 30th. They

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Is It Safe To Travel Yet? Here’s The Definitive Answer

It’s a confusing time to be a traveler. Many airlines, hotels and travel advisors promise it’s safe to book a vacation. But health officials are telling you to stay home. 

So who’s right?

Both are. (Told you this was confusing.)

It’s safe to book a vacation — new consumer-friendly refund rules mean you won’t lose your entire trip if you cancel — but not necessarily to take one. Health officials are correct, too. You should stay home, particularly if you’re in an at-risk

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Catalonia extends coronavirus restrictions as second wave looms

Catalonia has ordered the closure of nightclubs across the region amid fears of a second wave in Spain. 

Fresh restrictions are imposed for at least 15 days, with late-night bars shut and opening hours reduced for gambling halls, casinos and bingo halls.

Areas with the highest number of Covid-19 infections in recent days will also see opening hours cut for restaurants, bars and terraces. 

Spain recorded 2,255 new cases of the virus on Friday compared to a daily average of just 132 in June. 

However, British holidaymakers can continue to fly to Spain’s worst affected regions, including Catalonia, Aragon and

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Japan Government Calls for Release of Aung San Suu Kyi, Restoration of Democracy in Myanmar | World News

By Elaine Lies and Eimi Yamamitsu

TOKYO (Reuters) – Japan called on Myanmar on Monday to release Aung San Suu Kyi and others arrested after the military seized power from a democratically elected government, adding it had long supported democracy in the nation and demanded it be promptly restored.

Japan and Myanmar have close ties, with Tokyo a major aid donor over the years and scores of firms engaged in business activities there.

Myanmar’s army declared a state of emergency on Monday and said it had detained senior government leaders, accusing Suu Kyi’s National League for Democracy (NLD) of winning

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