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Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd. (NCLH)

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28.85-4.05 (-12.31%)
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Previous close32.90
Open30.27
Bid29.20 x 1800
Ask29.26 x 3100
Day's range26.65 - 30.37
52-week range7.03 - 34.49
Volume95,791,089
Avg. volume20,707,380
Market cap9.109B
Beta (5Y monthly)2.90
PE ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)-15.75
Earnings date12 May 2021 - 17 May 2021
Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend dateN/A
1y target est29.45
  • Why Norwegian Cruise Line, Royal Caribbean, and Carnival Sank Today
    Motley Fool

    Why Norwegian Cruise Line, Royal Caribbean, and Carnival Sank Today

    Shares of Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings (NYSE: NCLH) plunged 12% on Friday after it announced another massive stock sale. Fellow cruise-ship operators Royal Caribbean (NYSE: RCL) and Carnival (NYSE: CCL) (NYSE: CUK) also declined by 5% on the news. Cruise-ship stocks fell on Friday.

  • Norwegian Leads Cruise Stocks Lower After Pricing Share Offering
    Bloomberg

    Norwegian Leads Cruise Stocks Lower After Pricing Share Offering

    (Bloomberg) -- Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd. fell as much as 17%, leading cruise stocks lower Friday after offering new shares at a steep discount to retire exchangeable debt.Norwegian tumbled as low as $27.27 in New York after the company said it would issue 47.6 million new shares, priced at $30 each. Carnival Corp., the industry leader, lost 12% while Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. retreated 10%. Norwegian was also the biggest daily loser in the S&P 500 index.The sale is significantly larger, as percentage of existing shares, than recent fundraisings by Royal Caribbean and Carnival. Royal Caribbean on March 3 completed an offering of almost 17 million shares at $91 each. Carnival, the biggest cruise company, priced 40.5 million shares at $25.10 in February.Cruise operations remain on pause during the Covid-19 pandemic, and the companies have been taking advantage of a recent run-up in their shares to raise money.The cruise industry essentially went on hold in mid-March 2020 after a series of Covid-19 outbreaks and deaths on ships, and companies have raised billions of dollars in debt and equity to maintain their fleets and meet other expenses while shut down. The companies are still waiting for a green light from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to sail again from U.S. waters.Norwegian shares had risen almost fivefold from their pandemic-driven low last March, as the industry became a key proxy bet on the return to a pre-pandemic “normal.”For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2021 Bloomberg L.P.

  • Norwegian Cruise Line Goes for Quick Cash Grab With $30 Stock Offering
    Motley Fool

    Norwegian Cruise Line Goes for Quick Cash Grab With $30 Stock Offering

    Cruise ship operator Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings (NYSE: NCLH) sought to take advantage of a rebound in its stock price with a public offering of 47.58 million shares. The cruise operator's ships are still stuck in port, but its stock has quadrupled from its year-ago low point on hopes of returning to the high seas soon. While the offering is not a bad move by Norwegian because it ensures the cruise ship operator can raise a lot of money quickly -- there's also an additional 5 million share over-allotment as well -- it does amount to a serious dilution of existing shareholders as the offering represents over 15% of Norwegian's outstanding stock.