Cruise Stocks Like Carnival (CCL) Could Have Further to Fall

  • Carnival (CCL), Royal Caribbean Cruises (RCL) and Norwegian Cruise Line (NCLH) are all on the move today.
  • Each of these cruise stocks were hit with price target cuts in a new note from Deutsche Bank.
  • Analyst Chris Woronka believes the industry has further to fall.
a cruise ship in the ocean with the sun going down representing Cruise Stocks.


Cruise stocks are on the move Wednesday after Deutsche Bank analyst Chris Woronka took the industry to task in a new note. Woronka says there’s no reason to believe some of the biggest cruise stocks have bottomed out just yet. That’s not something investors want to hear, as it means the price of cruise stock shares could still slip even lower.

The Deutsche Bank analyst said the following in the note, per MarketWatch.

“Recent conversations with a wide swath of investors yields our view that there isn’t likely to be much sustainable buying pressure in the near term (short covering and market-related trading bounces notwithstanding), particularly given relative stock performance against other key subsectors and a host of known (as well as some unknown) risks over the next 6-to-12 months.”

Let’s go over exactly how Woronka’s note is affecting cruise stocks below!

Cruise Stocks on the Move Wednesday

  • The analyst dropped his price target for Carnival (NYSE:CCL) stock from $24 per share to $14. CCL stock is up 1.5% as of Wednesday afternoon but started off down in morning trading.
  • Woronka cut his Royal Caribbean Cruises (NYSE:RCL) price target from $76 per share to $50. RCL stock is also up slightly today after starting off down this morning.
  • Norwegian Cruise Line (NYSE:NCLH) closes out the analyst’s cruise coverage with a price target decrease from $23 to $17. The stock is up 1% as of this writing despite a drop in early trading.

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