Carnival Corp (CCL)
$26.75 1.28 (5.03%)
19:59 EST CCL Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
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Market Cap 15.84B
PE Ratio 6.82
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 58.09M
Day's Range 25.27 - 26.86
52-Week Range 7.80 - 33.50
Dividend & Yield 1.45 (5.42%)
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On the surface, CCL stock might appear a contrarian opportunity based off encouraging Covid-19 vaccine results. However, lingering fears may end up hurting shares for a while longer.
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With a cruise-less 2021 a very likely scenario, CCL stock finds itself in a dire situation with mounting debt levels and low revenue.
By Thomas Niel
Richly-priced on vaccine optimism, these eight travel stocks could pull back, if "return to normal" takes even longer than expected.
With vaccines being administered, some investors wonder if cruise stocks are a good investment? It's probably too early to buy, but it's time to get your watch list together.
By Joel Baglole
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Because of pent-up travel demand due to the pandemic, these travel stocks should experience significant gains in the second half of the year.
By Thomas Niel
With Carnival's shares already pricing in a recovery, there's little room in the near-term for CCL stock to head higher.
On the surface, CCL stock appears a compelling contrarian play on the reality that pandemics don’t last forever. At the same time, speculators should anticipate years of softness before a full recovery takes place.
Carnival shares gained 31% in the past three months. Yet CCL stock sits at one-third its value from its all-time high of $72.70. Time to buy?
By Ian Cooper
While all isn’t clear for the cruise industry just yet, it may be time to take a contrarian bet on top names like CCL stock.
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