Carnival Corp (CCL)
$19.98 0.00 (0.00%)
19:59 EST CCL Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
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Market Cap 11.83B
PE Ratio 5.10
Volume (Avg. Vol.)
Day's Range 19.98 - 19.98
52-Week Range 7.80 - 51.94
Dividend & Yield 1.45 (7.26%)
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Carnival stock may underperform in the short run giving the rising Covid-19 risks. However, Carnival's superior balance sheet give it lasting power.
CCL stock will continue to weaken as Carnival continues to suspend its operations raising concerns about its potential recovery
CCL stock sees a strong rally after a double dose of vaccine news but investors should still proceed with caution on this investment.
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The pandemic continues to damage the travel industry but markets are looking at bookings growth at Carnival in 2022.
Carnival (CCL), Norwegian Cruise Line (NCLH), and Royal Caribbean Cruises (RCL) stocks are up Monday due to good news for cruise companies.
CCL stock will recover before 2021 now that cruises have been approved from the U.S Carnival has the potential to move 6x higher.
American cruise lines might be legally allowed to sail their ships again soon, but this isn't a good enough reason to buy Carnival stock now.
Given the role cruise ships played in the early days of the novel coronavirus, it's hard to image how Carnival stock will ever bounce back.
Carnival stock may look like a buying opportunity, but until investors know when passenger traffic will return, it is only for the most patient investor.
Carnival is losing billions, burning millions and just saw revenue fall 99.5% last quarter. Yet Carnival stock isn't making new lows.
No one said it will be a snap back to normal. In fact the way forward will be completely abnormal but Carnival stock is on the mend.
Amid the coronavirus and a possible second wave, not only are most companies not thriving, some are looking like definite stocks to short.
The immediate prospects for Carnival stock are as tough as a cheap cut of poorly prepared beef, even though cruisers hope to set sail soon.
As long as the pandemic stays under control, Carnival stock has passed through the worst of the storm and will see better days going forward.
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