|Bid||795.20 x 0|
|Ask||795.80 x 0|
|Day's range||782.11 - 842.80|
|52-week range||9.45 - 3,864.00|
|Beta (5Y monthly)||1.97|
|PE ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Earnings date||24 Sep 2020 - 28 Sep 2020|
|Forward dividend & yield||N/A (N/A)|
|Ex-dividend date||20 Feb 2020|
|1y target est||68.94|
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In July, the cruise line said it would resume sailing operations in August, months after cruise operators were forced to stop voyages because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Cruise operators have suspended most of their operations since March as the rapid spread of the coronavirus has forced several countries to mandate lockdowns and travel restrictions.
Airline and cruise stocks are among the most sought after these days among investors trading on Robinhood. American Airlines (NASDAQ: AAL), Delta Air Lines (NYSE: DAL), and Carnival Corp. (NYSE: CCL) are among the 10 most popular stocks on the online trading platform. Amid the coronavirus pandemic, the shares have dropped 60%, 56%, and 71%, respectively, since the start of the year.
Earnings from major tech powerhouses helped send the Nasdaq Composite upward, nearly to its record high. Other markets were slower to gain ground, but eventually even the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJINDICES: ^DJI) pulled itself into positive territory, and the S&P 500 (SNPINDEX: ^GSPC) saw a decent-sized gain to close the week. On a day when big-name tech companies dominated the headlines, it was easy to forget about smaller companies in other industries.
Larger rivals Carnival (NYSE: CCL) (NYSE: CUK) and Royal Caribbean (NYSE: RCL) are currently on hiatus through the end of September -- matching the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's latest No-Sail Order. It's easy to see why Carnival, Royal Caribbean, and Norwegian Cruise Line keep canceling upcoming sailings every few weeks instead of just calling off all of 2020 in a single move.
After canceling a fall trip to Europe, in July the Russells booked a 10-day cruise around Australia and New Zealand - for January 2022. "We love cruising," said Mahlon Russell. The cruise industry has been hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic, with shares of the three major global operators down an average of 51% since the start of March, as their revenue stream has dried up.
Cruise line stocks Carnival Corporation (NYSE: CCL) (NYSE: CUK), Royal Caribbean (NYSE: RCL), and Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings (NYSE: NCLH) tumbled in tandem yesterday, apparently hurt (we guess?) by investor worries about Major League Baseball's decision to postpone some games. There have been reports of coronavirus infections among baseball players, and so the theory seems to be that it's not a good idea to gather large groups of people together in one single, contagious location.
Cruise ship stocks fell on Monday following news of major sporting event cancellations. Carnival's two stocks, Carnival Corporation (NYSE: CCL) and Carnival Plc (NYSE: CUK), also declined by more than 7%. Major League Baseball (MLB) postponed some games after multiple Miami Marlins players contracted COVID-19.
Passengers and cruise lines can't wait to hit the open waters again, but convincing one important group to go back will be harder than you think.
The Law Offices of Frank R. Cruz reminds investors of the upcoming July 27, 2020 deadline to file a lead plaintiff motion in the class action filed on behalf of investors who purchased Carnival Corporation ("Carnival" or the "Company") (NYSE: CCL) securities between January 28, 2020 and May 1, 2020, inclusive (the "Class Period").
Princess Cruises is pushing out most of its sailings until mid-December. It's almost time to throw in the towel on a 2020 recovery.
Carnival Cruise Line today announced new plans for its fleet that will generate tremendous guest excitement once it resumes sailing, with a confirmed date for an additional Excel-class, LNG-powered ship arriving in November 2022, four ships either sold or put on long term lay-up status, and other ships redeployed to new homeports, as it seeks to leverage its strong network of year-round and seasonal homeports in the U.S. with upgraded offerings. The highlights of the plan include:
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A pause on operations in Asia and the Americas will be extended until 15 December. Voyages departing from Australia will be paused until 31 October.
P&O; Cruises today announced it was extending its rolling pause in operations across Australia and New Zealand to October 29, 2020 in response to the current impact of the global pandemic on the way we travel and holiday.
Bragar Eagel & Squire, P.C., a nationally recognized shareholder rights law firm, reminds investors that a class action lawsuit has been filed in the United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida on behalf of investors that purchased Carnival Corporation & Plc (NYSE: CCL, CUK) securities between September 26, 2019 and May 1, 2020 (the "Class Period"). Investors have until July 27, 2020 to apply to the Court to be appointed as lead plaintiff in the lawsuit.