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What Does Ctrip.com’s Increasing Leverage Mean for Investors?
Heavy reinvestments in its business have increased CTRP’s debt burden. As a result, CTRP’s leverage ratios have also increased.
Can Ctrip.com Continue to Grow Its Revenues in 2016?
For 4Q15, analysts are estimating Ctrip.com’s (CTRP) revenue to grow by 41%, slightly lower than the growth seen in the last three quarters.
What’s the Importance of Limited Edition Cars for Ferrari?
Ferrari has also been engaged in producing limited editions of supercars since the beginning of the company.
What Should You Expect from the Ctrip-Qunar Deal?
After a number of failed attempts and unsuccessful talks, Chinese online travel companies Ctrip International (CTRP) and Qunar Cayman Islands (QUNR) have reached an agreement.
International Package Tours: Ctrip’s Fastest-Growing Segment
Ctrip (CTRP) combines its accommodation and transportation facilities in the domestic and international markets to offer packages to its independent leisure travelers.
Why Are Reservations Ctrip’s Leading Revenue Generator?
CTrip’s Accommodation Reservation segment formed in 1999. It very quickly emerged as the company’s leading revenue generator.
Emerging Market Retail ETFs Are Trending Downward
Emerging market ETFs have been declining over deflationary pressures in the markets. The high downside volatility seen in stocks of emerging markets have made investors think twice before investing.
Retail Sector ETFs Fell Globally after Strong Jobs Report
The US Strong Jobs Report was released on Friday, November 6. The retail sector was one of the worst affected as global markets plummeted in anticipation of a rate hike by the Fed.
Why Consumer Staples ETFs Fell Marginally
The Consumer Staples Select Sector SPDR ETF fell by 0.4% on November 4, while the Vanguard consumer Staples ETF saw a 0.53% fall in its price.
Must-know update: Economic trends in expenditure and prices
Foreign real gross domestic product expanded at a moderate pace with weak economic growth in Japan and Mexico offsetting stronger gains in many other economies.