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News & Analysis: Trip.com
A bird flu-like illness is giving China's Trip.com a feeling of malaise.
Third-quarter results were woeful, and the company announced a couple of surprising moves.
The travel services provider has long runways for growth still ahead.
The China-based travel platform reported strong earnings results.
Despite a slowdown in China's economy, the country's citizens are expected to maintain a healthy appetite for international travel.
News of modest sales growth and rising expenses added further downward pressure to the Chinese travel booking company's shares.
Shares of the Chinese online travel agent dipped after its third-quarter earnings report.
The Chinese travel specialist posted strong quarterly results last month, but also issued a conservative forecast for the coming quarter.
Earnings improved faster than expected and that sent Ctrip's shares higher today.