Carnival Corp (CCL)
$42.44 0.05 (0.12%)
18:30 EDT CCL Stock Quote Delayed 15 Minutes
Previous Close $42.44
Market Cap 25.13B
PE Ratio 10.83
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 3.17M
Day's Range 42.15 - 42.75
52-Week Range 39.92 - 62.52
Dividend & Yield 1.45 (3.42%)
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The Carnival (CCL) earnings report for the cruise company's fiscal third quarter of 2019 has CCL stock taking on water Thursday.
It's summer vacation season, but these travel stocks to sell don't look like they'll let investors take it easy.
Carnival earnings for the second quarter of 2019 have CCL stock falling on Thursday thanks to a poor outlook for the year.
Cruising has proven to be a great model with macro tailwinds at its back, as the performance of many cruise stocks prove.
Nio, J&J, oil, Bed Bath & Beyond and Carnival Cruise are on the move, so they're are must-see stock charts for Wednesday.
Carnival earnings for the company's fiscal first quarter of 2019 have CCL stock falling hard on Tuesday on a poor outlook for 2019.
The company got a little good news leading up to earnings; Goldman Sachs (NYSE:GS) analyst Stephen Grambling upgraded Carnival stock to “Buy” from “Neutral” March 13 raising his 12-month target price two bucks to $65, an upside of 16% based on current prices.
The Carnival earnings report for the fourth quarter of the year includes some bad news for the company in its 2019 outlook.
A new iteration of the Carnival Mardi Gras cruise ship will be leaving port for the first time in 2020 and it will include a roller coaster.
Wall Street is expecting an earnings beat from Carnival this Thursday. Guidance will be key for CCL stock, but will consumer pressures and rising fuel prices scuttle a post-earnings rally?
Carnival (CCL) stock was down on Monday despite the cruise line company reporting an earnings beat for its second quarter of 2018.
Carnival Corp (CCL) shares were sliding Tuesday because of a warning from Morgan Stanley (MS) analysts regarding possible weakness in the coming quarters.
Among cruise ship stocks, CCL, RCL and NCLH dominate the industry, and all three offer low valuations and high growth.
Carnival stock looks cheap after a recent pullback. But short- and long-term concerns mean investors should avoid CCL - at least for now.
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