Alibaba has already reported earnings and taken its lumps. Baidu and Trip.com are now on deck. How bad will the news get?
News & Analysis: Trip.com
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TCOM earnings call for the period ending September 30, 2019.
Third-quarter results were woeful, and the company announced a couple of surprising moves.
The news adds to macro-related headwinds at Ctrip.
Management lowered its third-quarter growth forecast because of multiple macroeconomic pressures, but remained optimistic about the company's long-term opportunities.
Each of these companies gave investors reason to feel more optimistic about its strategy.