The company reported revenue of $3.56 billion, up 9 percent, and adjusted earnings per share of $3.38, down 7 percent. Analysts expected revenue of $3.58 billion and EPS of $3.80.

The sum of what customers spent across rooms, flights and other travel across Expedia’s brands - known as gross bookings - grew 9 percent to $26.9 billion for the quarter. Domestic gross bookings increased 10 percent and international gross bookings grew 7 percent.

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