International revenue jumped 90 percent to $612.9 million last quarter, accounting for 56 percent of total sales. Priceline’s business in Europe has been adding hotels and now lists more than 157,000 in 101 countries. “Priceline’s strong growth has been driven by its ability to take share of the international hotel market through,” Doug Anmuth, an analyst at JPMorgan Chase & Co., said in a report yesterday. He rates the stock “overweight,” with a target price of $610. In addition to hotels, Priceline is benefiting from the rental car market. The number of days cars were rented rose 55 percent to 6.6 million from 4.3 million a year earlier. The number of airline tickets sold rose 7 percent to 1.7 million. Get the full story at Bloomberg