Related: CNN: Befouled cruise ship due for Thursday docking The news spilled over to Royal Caribbean (RCL), whose stock fell about 2%. Interestingly, Norwegian Cruise Lines (NCLH), which recently went public, rose 2.5%. This isn't the …
Shares of Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd (NYSE: RCL) were trading lower by more than 16 percent mid-Tuesday afternoon, as investors were not pleased with the company's fourth-quarter results and outlook. Royal Caribbean said …
In the case of Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. (RCCL), which just reported its annual ... Revenues have climbed 35%, and RCCL's stock has gone up nearly 20-fold from its low of $6.64 a share in 2008. Driving the improvements were the …
ReadCloud (ASX:RCL) started trading today ... shedding 0.6 per cent lower at 7,658. The worst performing stock in the S&P/ASX 200 is Evolution Mining Limited …
Founded in 1979, RCL (Regional Container Lines) is a Thai based container shipping line. Listed on the Thai Stock Exchange since 1988, its core business is in the carriage of Shipper Owned Containers (SOC) and its own Carrier …
The stock closed trading Friday at $52.04, and it has been on a big run since the summer. Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. (NYSE: RCL) had top executives of the company selling shares last week. The CEO and an executive vice president …
Royal Caribbean Cruises has an expected long-term earnings growth rate of 22.7%. It has exceeded estimates in each of the trailing four quarters with an average beat of 3.2%. More Stock News: This Is Bigger than the iPhone!
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The shares of Miami-based Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. ended the week sharply higher Friday after management reported spikes in first quarter earnings and revenues. “Our progress continues on a steady upward path toward our’ …
According to a projection from trade group Cruise Lines International Association, more than 25 million will take to the seas using cruise ships this year. As of Dec 2016, 26 new ships had been, of which ocean vessels amounted to $6.8 billion. …
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For example, says Bob Levinstein, CEO of CruiseCompete.com, if you own 100 shares of stock in Carnival (CCL) or Royal Caribbean (RCL) at the time of your cruise, you can qualify for an onboard credit of $50 to $250. "Anyone traveling on a …