Goldman Sachs believes the sector's growth “remains steady,” but tougher comps in Asia as well as foreign exchange headwinds in Latin America and Asia should offset “improving macro environments in the US and Europe.” Read more: http://www.benzinga.com/analyst-ratings/analyst-color/14/03/4402912/orbitz-leads-online-travel-sector-lower-following-goldma#ixzz2wULnKCbj The analyst sees Orbitz “losing share in both online and total travel bookings as Orbitz's business gradually relies more and more on hotels where it faces tough competition.” This combined with a stretch valuation led to Terry downgraded shares of Orbitz from Neutral to Sell and set the price target to $8. In addition to the Orbitz downgrade, Terry raised Expedia's price target from $65 to $75, raised Tripadvisor's price target from $78 to $103, and maintained a $1,500 price target on Priceline.com. Get the full story at Benzinga