Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd (RCL)
$40.15 2.59 (6.90%)
4:20 EDT RCL Stock Quote Delayed 20 Minutes
Previous Close $37.56
Market Cap 8.83B
PE Ratio 5.31
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 27,763
Day's Range 37.56 - 37.56
52-Week Range 19.25 - 135.32
Dividend & Yield 2.50 (6.23%)
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Investors should avoid RCL stock because the company will probably have to cope with very low demand for a long time and could face solvency issues.
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