CCL - Carnival Corporation

NYSE - Nasdaq Real Time Price. Currency in USD
14.46
-0.14 (-0.96%)
At close: 4:00PM EDT
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Previous close14.60
Open14.92
Bid14.48 x 1800
Ask14.50 x 1400
Day's range14.15 - 15.18
52-week range7.80 - 53.86
Volume29,208,040
Avg. volume66,220,590
Market cap11.311B
Beta (5Y monthly)1.96
PE ratio (TTM)5.31
EPS (TTM)2.72
Earnings date25 Sep 2019 - 30 Sep 2019
Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend date20 Feb 2020
1y target est23.83
  • GlobeNewswire

    Portnoy Law Firm: Carnival Cruise Investors Can Seek Recovery of Losses

    Click here to learn more and join potential securities class action. LOS ANGELES, May 22, 2020 -- The Portnoy Law Firm announces it is investigating potential federal.

  • Do Carnival Insiders Know Something We Should?
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    Do Carnival Insiders Know Something We Should?

    A member of Carnival Cruise Lines' board recently bought $10 million worth of shares. Saudi Arabia is in, too. Should investors match their confidence?

  • Why one analyst thinks now is the time to buy cruise stocks: Morning Brief
    Yahoo Finance

    Why one analyst thinks now is the time to buy cruise stocks: Morning Brief

    Top news and what to watch in the markets on Friday, May 22, 2020.

  • Financial Times

    Debt investors lay claim to islands, cruise ships and theme parks

    Great Stirrup Cay is an island in the Bahamas that offers tourists the chance to relax on white sandy beaches, snorkel with sea turtles or even swim with wild pigs on a neighbouring islet. This month the island also offered fund managers enough comfort to buy almost $700m of junk bonds issued by Norwegian Cruise Lines. The Miami-based operator pledged the 268-acre Caribbean idyll it has owned since 1986 as collateral, along with a second island in Belize and a couple of ships.

  • Why Shares of Norwegian Cruise Line, Royal Caribbean, and Carnival All Jumped on Thursday
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    Why Shares of Norwegian Cruise Line, Royal Caribbean, and Carnival All Jumped on Thursday

    Volatility continues to be the name of the game for cruise line stocks in May, and Thursday's trading is no different. Today, the catalyst for shares surging was a Credit Suisse analyst initiating relatively positive coverage on cruise line stocks. Shares of Norwegian Cruise Line (NYSE: NCLH) jumped as much as 12.3%, Royal Caribbean (NYSE: RCL) was up 10.7% early in trading, and Carnival (NYSE: CCL) rose 6.9%.

  • This Analyst Sees Carnival, Norwegian Cruise Line, and Royal Caribbean as Good Bets
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    This Analyst Sees Carnival, Norwegian Cruise Line, and Royal Caribbean as Good Bets

    The cruise ship industry has been tempest-tost as the COVID-19 pandemic shipwrecked the stocks of Carnival (NYSE: CCL), Norwegian Cruise Line (NYSE: NCLH), and Royal Caribbean (NYSE: RCL) over the last three months with losses of 60% or more. Chaiken initiated coverage on Carnival, Norwegian, and Royal, though he sees the latter two cruise lines as better investments.

  • Will Cruise Line Stocks Run Out of Money?
    Motley Fool

    Will Cruise Line Stocks Run Out of Money?

    Royal Caribbean has $3.3 billion in liquidity, but some Wall Street pros think that may not be enough.

  • Is Royal Caribbean Stock Really Headed to $63?
    Motley Fool

    Is Royal Caribbean Stock Really Headed to $63?

    If you believe one Wall Street pro, Royal Caribbean (NYSE: RCL) is the most attractive stock in the battered cruise ship sector. An analyst at Wedbush this week called it a worthy buy compared to peers like Carnival (NYSE: CCL) and Norwegian Cruise Lines (NYSE: NCLH).

  • Carnival (CCL) Gains But Lags Market: What You Should Know
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    Carnival (CCL) Gains But Lags Market: What You Should Know

    Carnival (CCL) closed at $14.15 in the latest trading session, marking a +0.28% move from the prior day.

  • Royal Caribbean Expects to Return to Service on Aug. 1
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    Royal Caribbean Expects to Return to Service on Aug. 1

    Royal Caribbean Cruises (NYSE: RCL), the parent company of such cruise line brands as Royal Caribbean International, Celebrity Cruises, and Silversea Cruises, announced Wednesday that "given ongoing global public health circumstances [it] has decided to extend the suspension of most sailings through July 31, 2020." Royal Caribbean added that it expects to return to service on Aug. 1. The company's move does not appear to be prompted by additional guidance from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

  • Is Royal Caribbean Still the Best Cruise Line Stock to Own?
    Motley Fool

    Is Royal Caribbean Still the Best Cruise Line Stock to Own?

    The country's second-largest cruise line continues to show why it's the most seaworthy of the three troubled players in this market.

  • Analyst Lowers Price Target on Carnival, Norwegian Cruise Line, and Royal Caribbean
    Motley Fool

    Analyst Lowers Price Target on Carnival, Norwegian Cruise Line, and Royal Caribbean

    The cruise ship industry is getting a major haircut from an analyst at investment firm SunTrust Robinson, who says we may not have seen the bottom of Carnival (NYSE: CCL), Norwegian Cruise Line (NYSE: NCLH), and Royal Caribbean (NYSE: RCL) shares. Analyst C. Patrick Scholes lowered his price target on Carnival 27% from $51 to $37, on Royal Caribbean 38% from $164 to $102, and on Norwegian Cruise Line 32% from $66 to $45.

  • Why Carnival, Royal Caribbean, and Norwegian Cruise Line Stocks Dropped Today
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    Why Carnival, Royal Caribbean, and Norwegian Cruise Line Stocks Dropped Today

    After soaring on Monday, cruise ship stocks pulled back a bit on Tuesday. Shares of Carnival (NYSE: CCL), Royal Caribbean (NYSE: RCL), and Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings (NYSE: NCLH) fell 4.1%, 3.6%, and 3.5%, respectively.

  • Should You Buy Carnival Cruises Before It Goes Back Up?
    Motley Fool

    Should You Buy Carnival Cruises Before It Goes Back Up?

    There's a chance the stock could go back up if you extend your time horizon far enough, but you need to acknowledge a really bad possibility in the meantime.

  • 100,000 Cruise Ship Employees Are Trapped at Sea
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    100,000 Cruise Ship Employees Are Trapped at Sea

    Crew of Carnival, Royal Caribbean, and other cruise lines have been stuck on ships for more than two months.

  • Why Carnival, Norwegian Cruise Line, and Royal Caribbean Were Soaring Monday Morning
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    Why Carnival, Norwegian Cruise Line, and Royal Caribbean Were Soaring Monday Morning

    Shares of cruise line operators Carnival (NYSE: CCL), Norwegian Cruise Line (NYSE: NCLH), and Royal Carribbean (NYSE: RCL) were all soaring by double-digit rates Monday morning. Carnival opened 11% higher today and Norwegian and Royal were up 15% each. A series of positive developments inspired hope among cruise ship investors that the worst may be behind the industry and they could extend their rally for a third consecutive trading day.

  • Will Cruise Stocks Ever Be Profitable Again?
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    Will Cruise Stocks Ever Be Profitable Again?

    No industry has gotten hit harder by the coronavirus pandemic than cruise lines. The three major cruise lines, Carnival (NYSE: CCL), Royal Caribbean (NYSE: RCL), and Norwegian Cruise Lines (NYSE: NCLH), have all been forced to dock their ships due to the coronavirus pandemic, and the trio of stocks remain down about 75% since February, despite bouncing aggressively off their lows in recent weeks as some investors spy opportunity for a comeback. It's easy to see why the pandemic is such a nightmare for the industry.

  • Why Did Carnival, Royal Caribbean, and Norwegian Cruise Line Plunge This Week?
    Motley Fool

    Why Did Carnival, Royal Caribbean, and Norwegian Cruise Line Plunge This Week?

    All three cruise line stocks moved lower as layoffs and problematic quarterly results offset improving liquidity snapshots.

  • Why one analyst is bullish on Norwegian Cruise Line
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    Why one analyst is bullish on Norwegian Cruise Line

    Shares of Norwegian Cruise (NCLH) are down 80% year to date, but one analyst says the impact of COVID-19 is priced in, and see the stock “as materially undervalued” if cruises rebound going into 2021.

  • Why Carnival Corporation Stock Popped Nearly 7% This Morning
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    Why Carnival Corporation Stock Popped Nearly 7% This Morning

    Shares of cruise giant Carnival Corporation (NYSE: CCL) popped nearly 7% in early trading Friday before seeing those gains cut about in half. As of 1:05 p.m. EDT, however, Carnival stock was still up a good 3.5%. As Reuters reports this morning, Carnival plans to lay off 820 employees in Florida, and furlough a further 537, as the company remains under CDC-imposed restrictions laid down in a "no-sail" order that was extended in April.

  • Pinterest, Bank of America, Norwegian Cruise, Royal Caribbean and Carnival as Zacks Bull and Bear of the Day
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    Pinterest, Bank of America, Norwegian Cruise, Royal Caribbean and Carnival as Zacks Bull and Bear of the Day

    Pinterest, Bank of America, Norwegian Cruise, Royal Caribbean and Carnival as Zacks Bull and Bear of the Day

  • Carnival Lays Off Almost 1,000 Workers in Florida, With More Layoffs Coming in Other States
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    Carnival Lays Off Almost 1,000 Workers in Florida, With More Layoffs Coming in Other States

    Despite the fact its cruise ships will resume sailing Aug. 1, Carnival (NYSE: CCL) is permanently laying off at least 820 employees in the state of Florida, while putting 537 more on furlough for six months as a cost-cutting move. Together, the terminations and furloughs add up to almost 46% of the 3,000 Carnival employees who work in the Sunshine State. More workers will also be laid off in California and Washington state, though Carnival has not yet indicated how many.

  • Carnival Finally Admits Something Investors Have Suspected for a While
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    Carnival Finally Admits Something Investors Have Suspected for a While

    Carnival (NYSE: CCL) has sounded a cautiously optimistic tone about its business in recent weeks. The cruise ship leader has also seen robust demand for the new debt it issued to help it navigate through a prolonged period of paused sailings. Carnival has added $6.4 billion of extra cash to the books since late February.

  • Stock Market News: Cruise Stocks Bulls Make Their Case
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    Stock Market News: Cruise Stocks Bulls Make Their Case

    The prospects for local reopenings are good for ailing retailers, but for cruise ship stocks, challenges linger on. Facing an ongoing no-sail order and concerns about how the industry will be able to adapt to post-coronavirus realities, Royal Caribbean (NYSE: RCL), Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings (NYSE: NCLH), and Carnival (NYSE: CCL) have all faced major declines in 2020 as their very existence has been called into question. One of the biggest fears about cruise ship companies is that they won't be able to find a way to return to normal operations as long as there are any worries about COVID-19 or other health concerns.

  • Carnival to Lay Off Employees in Florida Due to Coronavirus
    Zacks

    Carnival to Lay Off Employees in Florida Due to Coronavirus

    Carnival (CCL) focuses on layoffs along with reduced work hours and salary reduction to boost liquidity amid the coronavirus outbreak.