Priceline, Expedia and TripAdvisor all reported reduced revenues in the weeks after the Paris terror attacks left 130 dead in November, said Tuna Amobi, an equity analyst at S&P Global Market Intelligence. The three companies have a significant presence in Europe, and Amobi said he expects a similar decline now. “Any time you have a terrorist scare, you see a meaningful slowdown in ... revenues or room-night growth or booking,” Amobi said. “That’s kind of natural where consumers take a step back and assess the situation.” “Terrorist groups continue to plan near-term attacks throughout Europe, targeting sporting events, tourist sites, restaurants and transportation,” the department said. The agency issued a similar advisory in the wake of the Paris attacks that targeted cafes, a concert hall and a stadium. Get the full story at USA Today Read also "Brussels can bounce back from terror like London and Madrid" at CNN Money