|Bid||0.00 x 0|
|Ask||0.00 x 0|
|Day's range||49.33 - 49.79|
|52-week range||46.16 - 61.48|
|PE ratio (TTM)||14.20|
|Earnings date||9 Aug 2018|
|Forward dividend & yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y target est||64.89|
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After struggling for most of this year, Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings shares (NCLH) finally benefited from a nice tailwind on Wednesday. Earlier in the day, the cruise operator said in a release that it expects to boost its current earnings guidance for this fiscal year when it reports quarterly earnings next month. The company has said previously it expected to earn adjusted earnings per share of $4.55 to $4.70 in 2018.
High costs are limiting bottom-line growth at Norwegian Cruise (NCLH). Unfavorable demand and supply conditions are another woe.
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Cruise operators were the worst-performing stocks in the S&P 500 on Tuesday, with Carnival (CCL), Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings (NCLH), and Royal Caribbean (RCL) all falling more than 4%, after a cautious analyst note that cited higher fuel costs, potential overcapacity, and hurricane concerns. Instinet's Harry Curtis thinks that these fears are overdone. Curtis argues that management teams have already built in conservatism into guidance, and given the stocks' underperformance, it appears that the cruise lines are pricing in a forecast miss in the back half of the year that he doesn't think will materialize.
Shares of the major cruise-line companies fell broadly on Tuesday after an analyst at Morgan Stanley said he expect the space to get hit by weak demand.
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While there are plenty of investors who are skeptical of retail's comeback, the fact remains that consumers are feeling confident, and willing to spend. Companies able to capitalize on that trend, including Lowe's (LOW) and Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings (NCLH), are well positioned, says Greg Nathan, portfolio manager of the FPA U.S. Value Fund (FPPFX). Nathan, a value investor, is looking for quality businesses that can grow in-line or above the market over the long term.
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Companies like Broadcom Ltd. and Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd. are adding back millions in “ghost revenue” — deferred revenue that accounting standards force them to write off after an acquisition — when calculating executive bonuses, an issue that is taking on new resonance after a former Symantec Corp. employee complained about the practice internally and prompted an audit committee investigation.
Currently the stock trades at 15x estimated NTM EPS, its second lowest in the last five years. Plus you get a 1.9% dividend yield with a 5-yr. dividend growth CAGR of 21%. Call this our “Summertime home improvement stock that is too cheap if rates stay pretty stable”.
In a bid to improve the cruise travel experience of its passengers, Norwegian Cruise (NCLH) partners with DeCurtis for a new technology platform development.
The substantial increase in passenger ticket revenues boosted Norwegian Cruise's (NCLH) top line in Q1. However, rise in operating expenses remains a concern.
The Miami-based company said it had net income of 45 cents per share. Earnings, adjusted for non-recurring costs and amortization costs, were 60 cents per share. The results surpassed Wall Street expectations. ...
Like some other high-flying sectors, the widely diversified Consumer Discretionary is likely to put up a stellar show in Q1.
Norwegian Cruise Line's (NCLH) bottom line is likely to be hurt in Q1 due to an increase in cruise operating expenses. However, higher ticket revenues should boost the top line.