The currency problem is adding to other weights on Priceline’s business, including weaker economies in Europe, where it does much of its business, and a high level of competition that is putting pressure on margins. “We’re a very internationally travel-oriented company,” Mr. Huston said during a conference call with analysts. “We’re more weighted into people coming from one country to another, and it’s not just the euro. It’s the ruble, the Australian dollar.” The warning came after Priceline Group Inc. reported that its third quarter earnings climbed 28% to $1.06 billion, as revenue surged 25% to $2.84 billion powered by steep growth in international bookings. But the company, which relies on Europe for an outsize share of its profits, predicted that its revenue growth will slow to 11% to 18% this quarter, well short of the fast pace that investors have come to expect from the Internet company. Get the full story at The Wall Street Journal