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    Carnival Corp.

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    Last Updated: Mar 23, 2020 4:21 p.m. EDT Delayed quote

    $ 11.94

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    Volume: 52.2M 65 Day Avg. - 15.6M
    Open: 11.27
    Close: 12.00
    10.61 Day Low/High 12.45
    Day Range
    7.90 52 Week Low/High 56.92

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    Key Data

    • Open $11.27
    • Day Range 10.61 - 12.45
    • 52 Week Range 7.90 - 56.92
    • Market Cap $8.2B
    • Shares Outstanding n/a
    • Public Float 434.8M
    • Beta 1.48
    • Rev. per Employee n/a
    • P/E Ratio 4.44
    • EPS $2.70
    • Yield 16.67%
    • Dividend $0.50
    • Ex-Dividend Date Feb 20, 2020
    • Short Interest 29.15M 02/28/20
    • % of Float Shorted 6.71%
    • Average Volume 15.64M

    Performance

    5 Day
    • -17.64%
    1 Month
    • -68.22%
    3 Month
    • -76.59%
    YTD
    • -76.39%
    1 Year
    • -78.82%

    Recent News

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    Royal Caribbean Secures $2.2 Billion Credit Line

    Royal Caribbean stock was up more than 10% early Monday afternoon, bucking the broadly lower market, as the cruise operator entered into a $2.2 billion secured credit facility to bolster its liquidity.

    One Analyst Thinks Carnival Stock Could Go as Low as $6. Here’s Why.

    Carnival, the largest U.S. cruise operator, has been downgraded to Underweight on the likelihood that it will have to undergo “a dilutive capital raise.”

    Carnival stock drops after Wells Fargo turns bearish

    7073彩票注册Shares of Carnival Corp. are off 1.6% in morning trading Monday after Wells Fargo analyst Timothy Conder downgraded the cruise-line stock to underweight from overweight. Based on the company's recent disclosures about the state of its business amid the COVID-19 outbreak, he expects that the company will have to issue $4 billion to $5 billion in equity. "While somewhat expected, this will be meaningfully dilutive to existing shareholders," Conder wrote. "As currently capitalized (post $3 billion expanded revolver draw), we believe the company will violate its Interest coverage >3x covenant during FY20." He lowered his price target to $6 from $55. Carnival shares have lost about 75% so far this year as the S&P 500 has dropped 30%.

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    Casino and Hotel 7073彩票注册 Rally Sharply From Midweek Lows

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    Travel and Casino 7073彩票注册 Are Soaring as the Dow Goes Down

    The three major U.S. stock market indexes moved lower after New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo ordered all nonessential businesses in the state to close

    Carnival’s First Quarter Earnings Were Halved. It’s an Early Glimpse of the Coronavirus Impact.

    7073彩票注册Carnival’s adjusted fiscal first-quarter earnings were cut in half because of the coronavirus hit, giving the first glimpse of how cruise operators fared as the pandemic intensified in recent weeks.

    Carnival's stock rockets 38%, to extend bounce after closing Wednesday at lowest price since June 1993

    Carnival posts loss after coronavirus halts trips

    Carnival Corp. reported a loss for its fiscal first quarter as the coronavirus pandemic forced cruise lines to suspend their sailings. For the quarter ended Feb. 29, the cruise operator posted net loss of $781 million, or $1.14 a share, compared with a profit of $336 million, or 48 cents a share, in the comparable quarter last year.

    Carnival offers use of its cruise ships as temporary hospitals

    Carnival Corp. said Thursday it will offer the use of some of its cruise ships as temporary hospitals, to address the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on health care systems. The cruise ship operator said it would only ask interested parties to cover the essential costs of the ship's operations while in port. "With the continued spread of COVID-19 expected to exert added pressure on land-based healthcare facilities, including a possible shortage of hospital beds, Carnival Corporation and its brands are calling on governments and health authorities to consider using cruise ships as temporary healthcare facilities to treat non-COVID-19 patients, freeing up additional space and expanding capacity in land-based hospitals to treat cases of COVID-19," Carnival said in a statement. The stock, which rose 7.5% in afternoon trading, has plunged 77% over the past month, while the S&P 500 has lost 28.4%.

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    Carnival expects to turn a loss in fiscal 2020

    7073彩票注册Carnival Corp. said it expects to turn a loss for fiscal 2020 as the coronavirus pandemic has led it to suspend global fleet cruise operations. The pandemic's effect on Carnival's global bookings will hurt its liquidity, on top of weighing on its financial results, the company said Monday. Carnival said it is taking actions to boost its liquidity, including capital expenditure and operating expense reductions, and seeking additional financing.

    Cruise Operator Carnival Is Tapping a $3 Billion Credit Facility

    7073彩票注册The company said the move aims “to increase its cash position and preserve financial flexibility in light of the current uncertainty in the global markets result from the COVID-19 outbreak.”

    Carnival draws fully on its credit facility, pauses global operations for all cruise brands

    Shares of Carnival Corp. plunged 11% in morning trading Monday, after the cruise operator said it was expanding the pause of its fleet operations to all brands globally, citing the COVID-19 pandemic. The company had previously announced pauses of its cruises by its continental Europe and North American brands. Separately, the company said it has notified its lenders that it will fully draw on its facility agreement, as it borrow about $3 billion under the agreement for six months in order to boost its cash position. "The corporation believes the ongoing effects of COVID-19 on its global bookings and operations will have a material negative impact on its financial results and liquidity," the company said in an 8-K filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission. "The corporation is taking additional actions to improve its liquidity, including capital expenditure and operating expense reductions, and pursuing additional financing." The stock has plummeted 63% over the past month, while the S&P 500 has shed 27%.

    Carnival to borrow $3 bln under facility agreement for 6 months

    Carnival implements pause of global fleet cruise operations across all brands

    Cruise lines can survive for a while without passengers, but it is unclear how quickly or enthusiastically consumers will sail again after coronavirus fades, even if tempted by bargains.

    on The Wall Street Journal

    7073彩票注册Since fears about coronavirus began to rip through markets a month ago, stocks have been in a free fall. Further declines could wipe out the market’s advance since the November 2016 election.

    on The Wall Street Journal

    7073彩票注册Washington is grappling with an increasingly urgent problem along with the novel coronavirus pandemic: the growing risk that millions of businesses and households won’t be able to pay their everyday bills.

    on The Wall Street Journal

    Customers are flooding credit-card companies with requests for refunds on trips they no longer want to take as the coronavirus spreads. Many are finding they’re still on the hook for at least some of the costs.

    on The Wall Street Journal

    7073彩票注册Companies world-wide are drawing down their credit lines at the same time, forcing banks to cough up large sums of money on short notice and further straining a financial industry already hammered by sinking interest rates.

    on The Wall Street Journal

    Passengers on several cruise lines have tested positive for the new coronavirus in recent days, complicating efforts by the industry to suspend its operations and return 90,000 passengers still at sea.

    on The Wall Street Journal

    Decades of little-noticed efforts to build guardrails for wild market moves have gotten a rare workout in recent days as circuit breakers have repeatedly halted trading in all U.S. stocks, most recently on Monday morning. However, traders doubt that markets benefit from the mechanism.

    on The Wall Street Journal

    7073彩票注册Travelers are backing out of planned cruises because of coronavirus fears, dealing a punishing blow to the industry at a time of year when ships typically start filling up.

    on The Wall Street Journal

    7073彩票注册Corrections & Amplifications for the edition of March 16, 2020

    on The Wall Street Journal

    Here are 14 major companies whose stocks moved on this week’s news.

    on The Wall Street Journal

    7073彩票注册The world’s four biggest cruise lines said they were cutting short voyages and suspending their U.S. sailings for a month, an unprecedented shutdown of a $38 billion industry in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.

    on The Wall Street Journal

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    The outbreak has challenged the president’s unusual leadership style—blunt, improvisational and shoot-from-the-hip—like no other issue to confront his administration.

    on The Wall Street Journal

    Princess Cruises canceled all its voyages for the next two months and will cut short some current trips, after two of its ships suffered coronavirus outbreaks.

    on The Wall Street Journal

    A warning from Booking.com’s parent casts more doubt on the sector’s outlook.

    on The Wall Street Journal

    7073彩票注册The new coronavirus is now close to becoming a pandemic, the World Health Organization said, given its spread to more than 100 countries around the globe. The viral epidemic reached a new stage globally, with confirmed cases outside China tripling over the past week and the north of Italy under lockdown.

    on The Wall Street Journal

    U.S. health officials over the weekend blocked several ships from leaving or docking in an effort to contain any further spread of coronavirus, which has already hit two of the cruise line’s voyages.

    on The Wall Street Journal

    Executives from the Princess Cruises line said they were still awaiting instructions from government officials on where they will berth the coronavirus-stricken ship floating off the coast of California.

    on The Wall Street Journal

    Passengers say spirits remain high, and they praise the crew for taking good care of them, but many expressed frustration at the handling of the situation by government authorities.

    on The Wall Street Journal

    Cruise operator stocks have suffered a brutal start to the year, as travelers postpone voyages over fears of the coronavirus.

    on The Wall Street Journal

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    Carnival Cruise Stock Is a Bargain … For Another Time

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    Lifeboats Will Come to Rescue Carnival Stock

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    Cruise lines can survive for a while without passengers, but it is unclear how quickly or enthusiastically consumers will sail again after coronavirus fades, even if tempted by bargains.

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    Carnival Stock May Need More Time to Find a Bottom

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    7073彩票注册Carnival Cruise Line Will Need To Use Its Own Life Preserver, Ironically

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    7073彩票注册Since fears about coronavirus began to rip through markets a month ago, stocks have been in a free fall. Further declines could wipe out the market’s advance since the November 2016 election.

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    Carnival offers its cruise ships as temporary hospitals in a turn for industry

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    Carnival Corp.

    Carnival Corp. engages in the operation of cruise ships. It operates through the following business segments: North America, Europe, Australia, and Asia (EEA), Cruise Support, and Tour and Other. The North America segment includes Carnival Cruise Line, Holland America Line, Princess Cruises, and Seabourn. The Europe, Australia, and Asia (EEA) segment comprises of AIDA, Costa, Cunard, P&O Cruises (Australia), P&O Cruises (UK). The Cruise Support segment represents port destinations and private islands for the benefit of its cruise brands. The Tour and Other segment operates hotel and transportation operations of Holland America Princess Alaska Tours. The company was founded in 1972 and is headquartered in Miami, FL. (See Full Profile)

    Analyst Ratings

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    Number of Ratings 19 Full Ratings

    Competitors

    Name Chg % Market Cap
    Marriott International Inc. -5.97% $24.18B
    Carnival PLC ADR 0.00% $1.62B
    Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd. 10.89% $1.86B
    Wyndham Destinations Inc. -14.63% $1.72B
    Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. 18.40% $4.98B
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