|Bid||0.00 x 800|
|Ask||0.00 x 1000|
|Day's Range||34.17 - 36.32|
|52 Week Range||33.00 - 54.61|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||2.19|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||25.61|
|Earnings Date||Oct 30, 2018 - Nov 5, 2018|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||48.87|
As the largest online travel agent in Asia and the second largest in the world, Ctrip along with Trip.com, an independent OTA brand offering comprehensive travel services to millions of members worldwide, attended the Illegal Wildlife Trade London Conference 2018 at the UK government’s invitation and spoke in panel discussions on the relationship between tourism and the illegal wildlife trade. At the Conference, Ctrip and Trip.com pledged that it would use its mobile applications, websites, offline stores and other resources to increase public awareness of issues relating to the illegal wildlife trade.
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang, Netherlands Prime Minister Mark Rutte, Jane Sun, CEO of Ctrip.com International (Ctrip) and Pieter Elbers, President and CEO of KLM, oversaw the signing of a strategic partnership agreement between Ctrip and KLM. The agreement represents one of the most significant outcomes of the Netherlands-China Trade and Economic Forum, and a milestone for cooperation in the civil aviation industry under the framework of the 2018 EU-China Tourism Year.
Ctrip, China’s leading online travel agent, today announced a new partnership with 30K, the world’s leading frequent flyer content provider, to bring flight mileage benefits information to its users. The information is displayed within the fare details section on the search results page as well as within the ‘upsellable fares’ section on the booking section. The feature is available on Ctrip’s Chinese language website and mobile apps.
Ctrip, the largest online travel agent in Asia and the second largest in the world, has published its “2018 October National Day Holiday Travel Report,” in which the various Ctrip business units provided insights into trends in both the domestic and outbound Chinese tourism market over the holiday. Ctrip has over 60% market share of online travel in China and is the biggest outbound travel platform for Chinese.
In the next five years, smaller cities' pace of consumption growth will surpass that of bigger cities in China, Xin Chen, China tourism analyst at UBS Securities, said in an interview Tuesday with CNBC. The number of travelers from six smaller Chinese cities more than tripled during this year's Golden Week holiday, according to data from Ctrip, a Chinese travel services company.
Chinese tourist sites received 726 million visitors during the first week of October for the National Day holiday, according to the Ministry of Culture and Tourism.
Alphabet’s (GOOGL) Google has recently launched a new set of tools for online travel planning and hotel booking as it works to build its Search app into the one-stop shop for all sorts of travel and accommodation planning. Making Google Search the go-to app for online travel planning is one way for the company to draw traffic to its platforms, which it then monetizes by showing advertisements to visitors. Brands including hotels, airlines, and car rental companies that cater to travel are slated to spend $227.1 billion on online advertisements globally in 2018, according to Zenith.
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iClick Interactive Asia Group Limited (“iClick”) (ICLK), a leading independent online marketing technology platform in China, today announced it is collaborating with Ctrip.com International Limited (“Ctrip”)(CTRP), China’s top online travel agency (OTA), to create an e-commerce platform that allows retailers to directly target China’s 130 million-plus foreign travellers and provides them tools to maximise sales closure.
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Ctrip, the largest online travel agent in Asia and the second largest in the world, announced an initiative to promote safe and responsible travel. Ctrip, The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), China International Center for Economic and Technical Exchanges (CICETE) and China Tourism Academy (CTA) today jointly announced the launch of the "Safe and Responsible Travel Initiative” in Beijing.
A magnitude 6.7 earthquake quake struck Hokkaido on Thursday, September 6 at 3:08am. Trip.com, an independent international brand and part of the Ctrip Group, the largest online travel agent in Asia and the second largest in the world, immediately launched an emergency response plan to provide assistance to travelers who have made bookings in Hokkaido through both the Trip.com and Ctrip platforms. From flights to hotels to travel bookings, customer service and more, all departments within Trip.com and Ctrip are working together to ensure efficiency in the response efforts.
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Shares of Booking Holdings (BKNG) gained as much as 1.5% during regular hours Tuesday, a day before the online travel giant releases its latest quarterly earnings report. Here's what to expect Wednesday afternoon.
Ctrip, the largest online travel agent in Asia and the second largest in the world, today announced that its independent gourmet food ranking brand Gourmet List held its first publicly semi-overt annual restaurant evaluation session, allowing patrons to discover restaurants on its “Taste the City” Food List and get a feel for the future prospects and development of Hong Kong’s restaurants. Traditional Cantonese cuisine found in Hong Kong is revered by foodies not only in Asia but all over the world. The recent boom in local Yum Cha eateries is only a small part of the delights which Hong Kong's varied cuisine scene can offer.