The three-year decline in earnings for Travel + Leisure NYSE:TNL) isn’t encouraging, but shareholders are still up 54% over that period

Low-cost index funds make it easy to achieve average market returns. But if you invest in individual stocks, some are likely to underperform. For example, the Travel + Leisure Co. (NYSE:TNL) share price return of 37% over three years lags the market return in the same period. On the other hand, the more recent gain of 29% over a year is certainly pleasing.

Since the long term performance has been good but there’s been a recent pullback of 3.2%, let’s check if the fundamentals match the share price.

Check out our latest analysis for Travel + Leisure

There is no denying that markets are sometimes efficient, but prices do not always reflect underlying business performance. By comparing earnings per share (EPS) and share price changes over time, we can get a feel for how investor attitudes to a company have morphed over time.

Travel + Leisure became profitable

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Travel + Leisure Co. Appoints Lucinda Martinez to Board of Directors

Travel + Leisure Co. (NYSE:TNL) today announced the appointment of Lucinda Martinez to its Board of Directors, effective November 11, 2021. Ms. Martinez is an accomplished media and entertainment industry executive with expertise in the global marketing of subscription businesses for two of the world’s most successful digital media companies, HBO and Netflix. She brings world-class experience in subscriber business development, digital and diverse marketing strategies, and brand management to the company’s board.

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Travel + Leisure Co. (NYSE:TNL) today announced the appointment of Lucinda Martinez to its Board of Directors. (Photo: Business Wire)

“We are pleased to welcome Lucinda to our Board of Directors at this important time of growth for our company,” said Stephen P. Holmes, chairman

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Travel, Leisure ETFs Rally on Airbnb, Expedia Q3 Beat

Travel and leisure sector-related exchange traded funds climbed on Friday on strong third quarter results out of Airbnb (NasdaqGS: ABNB) and Expedia Group (NasdaqGS: EXPE).

On Friday, the ETFMG Travel Tech ETF (AWAY) advanced 5.1% and the Invesco Dynamic Leisure and Entertainment ETF (PEJ) increased 3.9%.

Meanwhile, Airbnb shares jumped 12.1% and Expedia shares surged 15.1%. ABNB makes up 5.4% of AWAY’s underlying portfolio. EXPE makes up 4.3% of PEJ and 4.0% of AWAY.

Expedia posted revenue of $2.96 billion for the third quarter, up 97% year-over-year, and well ahead of Wall Street analysts’ consensus of $2.73 billion, Barron’s reports. Gross bookings were $18.7 billion, or up 117%, and adjusted Ebitda was $855 million, or up 181% from a year ago.

“Despite continued volatility in the travel recovery, Expedia Group’s net income and adjusted Ebitda for the quarter nearly matched our Q3 2019 levels driven by the superior performance from

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Travel & Leisure stocks on high alert as Delta mutation poses threat to recovery By Investing.com

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By Samuel Indyk

Investing.com – stocks in the UK will be on high alert over the coming days and weeks as a new mutation of the Delta variant threatens to put a dent in the recovery of the industry that has been hurt more than most by the pandemic.

AY.4.2, which some are referring to as ‘Delta Plus’, contain mutations that could give the virus survival advantage, according to the BBC. The UK is currently undertaking tests to understand how large a threat the new mutation could pose.

AY.4.2 has not yet been considered a variant of concern, or a variant under consideration – categories that are assigned to different variants and the level of risk associated with them.

If a variant is considered to be more contagious then it would be classified as a variant under investigation. If it was evidently more transmissible, or could potentially

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