Stock Watch: Teams Up With Ford

The majority of name-your-price retailer’s (Nasdaq: PCLN) revenue comes from online travel sales, but the company is expanding in a variety of ways. On Monday, shares of climbed 3-5/16 to 59-15/16 after the company announced a partnership to test-market a name-your-price car-buying service in Florida. The companies will decide whether to expand this service into other areas after a test run of 90 days. Shares of Ford climbed 1-1/4 to 54-5/8.

Also on Monday, said that there are now more than 1,000 grocery stores in the New York metro area participating in the company’s WebHouse Club online grocery service, which just launched in November. Shares of are still well off their high of 165 this year. It might be a stock to take a look at right now, considering that the holiday shopping season should make investors more interested in a variety of online retailers.

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