The travel website operator was boosted by an increase in hotel bookings.
Priceline reported fourth-quarter revenue that beat Wall Street estimates, and the stock is climbing. Priceline is up 5.96% at $1,729.25 a share on Tuesday morning.
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CEO Glenn Fogel said in a statement that revenue for the quarter was boosted by "accelerating growth in room nights booked for the full year 2016 over 2015, which reflects the benefits of our scaled accommodations platform and strong execution by our global teams."