|Daily Range||$33.18 - $34.94|
|52-Week Range||$24.16 - $34.94|
|Dividend (Yield)||$0.00 (0.0%)|
|Average Daily Volume||923,615|
|Current FY EPS||$1.29|
News & Commentary
The cruise line industry is fascinating. You will find excitement, disappointment, and potential.
This car rental company is a cash-generating machine.
A quick glance at Carnival's balance sheet reveals that the company cannot meet all of its liabilities falling due within 12 months: should you be worried?
Carnival recently made a strategic management move, but it still might not be enough to make Carnival a better investment option than its peers.
Royal Caribbean, Norwegian Cruise Line, and Carnival are making important moves to improve their operations. But are any of these improvements enough for you to consider an investment in one of these companies?
The cruise company with the largest ships is not necessarily the most attractive investment candidate. Investors should instead focus on market leader Carnival, more profitable than its peers due to its scale.