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Carnival (NYSE: CCL) (NYSE: CUK) had a difficult time during the earlier stages of the pandemic. The world's biggest cruise ship operator anchored its ships -- and it shifted from a profit to a loss. Carnival has seen a rebound in demand, it's making its way back to profitability, and the shares are soaring.
For Holland America Line's 2024-2025 Asia season, the cruise line is set to explore the Far East with departures from Hong Kong, China; Yokohama (Tokyo), Japan; and Singapore to some of the most exciting cities across 10 countries, with a strong focus on Japan.
Signet's (SIG) first-quarter fiscal 2024 results are likely to reflect the impacts of a tough operating backdrop, including high inflation.
The world's largest cruise line operator has been coasting in recent weeks. The future could be even better.
G-III Apparel's (GIII) first-quarter fiscal 2024 sales performance is likely to reflect the impacts of a challenging operating landscape, including inflationary pressures.
Fresh pasta made on board and authentic Italian dishes are the focus of Holland America Line's updated Canaletto menu. Guests dining at the specialty restaurant, which is open for dinner only, can indulge in a meal that includes several new selections, along with signature favorites that remain on the menu.
Carnival (CCL) rides on solid bookings, fleet expansion, EBITDA growth and strategic initiatives.
Three Holland America Line ships are set to explore the lush landscapes and natural wonders of Australia, New Zealand and the South Pacific in 2024-2025. From unspoiled islands to cosmopolitan cities, Westerdam will spend the season Down Under, while Koningsdam and Zaandam each offer a longer Legendary Voyage to the South Pacific and Hawaii.
lululemon's (LULU) Q1 results are expected to reflect gains from continued business momentum, backed by improved traffic trends and digital growth.
It's important to take a look at the company's long-term prospects and its path to get there. The other is an innovative biotech with potentially exciting news on the horizon. Carnival (NYSE: CCL) (NYSE: CUK) is bouncing back after a tough time during the early pandemic days.
Citi Leisure & Travel Analyst James Hardiman joins Yahoo Finance Live to discuss Carnival Corp's latest stock upgrade, the state of cruise lines as travel demand is expected to rebound this summer, and examines the state of the consumer through the lens of experiential spending.
As we can see in the chart below, putting money into the stock market before the recession would have been a wise idea. Earlier, I briefly mentioned the idea of low valuations being a reason to invest.
PVH Q1 results are expected to reflect gains from momentum in core brands, pricing actions and strong consumer engagement, offset by rising inflation and the impacts of the Ukraine war.
Nordstrom's (JWN) Q1 results are likely to reflect impacts of decelerating demand trends due to reduced consumer spending amid lower income groups, as well as closure of the Canada business.
Here is your Pro Recap of the biggest analyst picks you may have missed since yesterday: upgrades at NVIDIA, Carnival, Toll, and Futu. NVIDIA (NASDAQ:NVDA) was upgraded at three Wall Street firms after the company reported its Q1 results, beating the Street estimates and providing significantly better-than-expected guidance, as InvestingPro reported in real time. Q1 EPS came in at $1.09 on revenue of $7.19 billion, compared to the consensus estimates of $0.92 and $6.52B, respectively.
Carnival Corp. (NYSE: CCL) was decimated by the coronavirus pandemic, as demand became nonexistent due to health concerns, and the business was faced with financial difficulties. This trend has been a boon for investors. Shares of Carnival are experiencing a bit of a resurgence, up 41% this year.
Investing.com -- Carnival Corp.'s (NYSE:CCL) balance sheet is at a "turning point" as the cruise industry recovers from pandemic-era restrictions, analysts at Citi said in a note upgrading its rating of the stock to buy from neutral.
Following a successful prebooking period, Holland America Line officially opened bookings to the public today, May 24, for its two newest Grand Voyages. With the Grand Voyage: Pole-to-Pole and Grand World Voyage both departing in January 2025, this will be the first time that Holland America Line is offering two Grand Voyages of more than 120 days simultaneously.
Ralph Lauren's (RL) Q4 results are expected to reflect the continued benefits of brand strength, robust demand, growth across channels and regions, and enhanced digital sales.
Carnival (NYSE: CCL) (NYSE: CUK), the world's biggest cruise ship operator, shifted from healthy profits to a loss -- and debt ballooned. Considering the full picture, is it time to buy, sell, or hold Carnival stock? Finally, after more than a year of ships anchored, Carnival set sail again.
The earliest days of the pandemic hurt travel and entertainment companies, and giants Walt Disney (NYSE: DIS) and Carnival (NYSE: CCL) (NYSE: CUK) felt the impact in a big way. For a time, Disney had to shut down its parks and halt its cruises.
Holland America Line guests and crew have begun using next generation internet with the introduction of SpaceX's Starlink on its Pinnacle Class ship Koningsdam, now sailing in Alaska. The technology was installed during an April drydock and has been operating for four weeks.
This underperformance can happen for several reasons, including unsustainable cash burn and weak balance sheets. Let's discuss why Carnival Corporation (NYSE: CCL) (NYSE: CUK) and Lucid Group (NASDAQ: LCID) could hurt your portfolio this week and beyond. Founded in 1972, Carnival helped popularize the vacation cruise industry in the United States and other countries.
For its 2023 Alaska cruise season, Holland America Line will donate proceeds from its "On Deck for a Cause" event aboard ships in the region to Alaska Geographic, the nonprofit education partner of Alaska's parks, forests, refuges and conservation lands. Holland America Line has six ships exploring the spectacular landscapes of Alaska from May through September 2023.
Carnival Corporation's (NYSE: CCL) CEO recently made a surprising announcement. Hence, the question for investors is whether this decision not to add shares makes Carnival a buy. The surprising news came when CEO Josh Weinstein told Yahoo!