Carnival Corp (CCL)
$47.45 0.55 (1.17%)
18:30 EST CCL Stock Quote Delayed 15 Minutes
Previous Close $47.45
Market Cap 28.10B
PE Ratio 12.10
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 6.96M
Day's Range 47.11 - 48.00
52-Week Range 39.92 - 59.24
Dividend & Yield 1.45 (3.06%)
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Carnival earnings for the company's fiscal first quarter of 2019 have CCL stock falling hard on Tuesday on a poor outlook for 2019.
CCL stock is falling on earnings even though they beat expectations. This creates a potential problem as it could lose support.
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The Carnival earnings report for the fourth quarter of the year includes some bad news for the company in its 2019 outlook.
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Analysts Offer Insights on Services Companies: AutoZone (NYSE: AZO), Carnival (NYSE: CCL) and Casey’s General (NASDAQ: CASY)
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Companies in the Services sector have received a lot of coverage today as analysts weigh in on AutoZone (AZO – Research Report), Carnival (CCL – Research Report) and Casey’s General (CASY – Research Report). AutoZone (AZO) In a report released yesterday, Scot Ciccarelli from RBC Capital maintained a Hold rating on AutoZone, with a price