Airbnb, Inc

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May 052022

Airbnb enjoys the honeymoon period

Airbnb is relaxing into its post-pandemic honeymoon, enjoying the rebound in travel that has boosted earnings across the industry.

  • Shares jumped 6% in extended trading on Wednesday after Airbnb predictably smashed its Q1, reporting a waaay narrower loss than expected at $0.03 on revenues that grew 70% from last year to hit $1.51bn.
  • ICYMI, travel is seeing unprecedented demand after covid as pent up wanderlusters get their chance to escape. Airbnb reported 102.1m nights and experiences booked in Q1, the first time it crossed the 100m mark in a quarter.
  • Settle in, cause demand isn’t going anywhere anytime soon, according to guidance at least. Summer is coming, and Airbnb expects revenue to reach around $2.13bn for the current quarter, which would represent growth of over 50%.
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Feb 162022

A breath of fresh Airbnb

Investors get a whiff of fresh gains after Airbnb earnings show that globetrotters have been hitting the road once again.

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  • Shares sauntered up 3% in Wednesday morning trading to hit a two month high after a healthy Q4 earnings beat. The vacation rental company reported EPS that were over 50% higher than expectations at $0.08, on top of revenues that were up 78% y-o-y to $1.53bn.
  • Gross bookings were up a whopping 91% to hit $11.3bn, going the extra mile with its pandemic rebound to come in 32% higher than the pre-pandemic period two years earlier. CEO Brian Chesky called the results “the best year in our company’s history”.
  • Guidance topped expectations too, forecasting revenue of up to $1.48bn for the current quarter, which would significantly exceed its Q1 2019 levels – not only are vacationers back at it, but now WFH is hot and people are using the flexibility to travel more.
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Nov 082021

Airbnb rides the recovery train

Shares of Airbnb shot up 13% on Friday after Q3 earnings impressed investors.

🤑 Airbnb saw its best quarter ever with record revenue and profits up 280% since last year. Shares hit their highest price since March.
✈️ Strong vaccination uptake across the globe has fuelled a travel boom.
🧳 Long-term stays made up 20% of all bookings, signalling a shift in the travel landscape that is likely to benefit the company in the long-term.
👨‍💻 Adventurous digital nomads are boosting the numbers as an increase in WFH flexibility meant a boom in midweek bookings.
Airbnb “uniquely positioned for this travel revolution, and the fourth quarter will continue to benefit from the travel uptick.
💥 Other rental companies are also reaping the rewards. Expedia's (EXPE) rental giant Vrbo saw a 117% increase in bookings for Q3.