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Deal enables full use of Geodesic Dome facility to enhance guest services at Long Beach Cruise Terminal
Cruising company stocks are likely to be hurt near term. But cruise demand is solid and will slowly recover.
Despite a recent perfect storm of headwinds, favorable long-term trends remain intact.
A 'flash crash' sends the British pound tumbling; U.S. stock futures slip ahead of the jobs report for September; Hurricane Matthew pummels Florida.
Barber to Officially Name 133,500-ton Vessel During Shipboard Ceremony in New York That Will Also Feature Concert for Military Families by Country Superstar Carrie Underwood
Macquarie started coverage of several cruise companies today including Carnival (CCL) and Norwegian Cruise Line (NCLH).
Consumer-focused stocks have outperformed the market for 2 decades
This cruise ship company has 101 vessels visiting more than 700 ports worldwide, and it beat analysts' expectations in its third quarter.
These stocks have both short-term gain catalysts and longer-term growth potential.
Carnival (CCL) reached a deal to be supplied clean liquefied natural gas fuel by Shell Western for several new cruise ships.
Shell to become supplier of liquefied natural gas (LNG), world's cleanest burning fossil fuel, for two next-generation, LNG-powered cruise ships from company's AIDA Cruises and Costa Cruises brands
Long-term triangle breakouts project big time profits for Carnival and Royal Caribbean Cruises.
Not only has Carnival beaten analysts' earnings-per-share estimates in 10 straight quarters, the company is projected to grow earnings at an annual rate of 16% in the next five years.
Carnival (CCL) on Monday reported third-quarter earnings and revenue above analysts' expectations.
Stocks are lower Monday as Wall Street's attention shifts to the looming presidential debate from central bank policy.
Carnival posted top- and bottom-line beats for its latest quarter.
Carnival (CCL) reported fiscal 2016 third-quarter results that beat analysts' expectations before today's market open.
For the week of September 26, investors will get quarterly results from a host of major companies and testimony from Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen.
Trump and Clinton take center stage and square off Monday night while Deutsche Bank won't be getting any help from Angela Merkel.
Conditions seem ripe for continued upward momentum in stocks, as long as the Federal Reserve or unexpected shocks don't get in the way.
U.S. stock futures fall ahead of the presidential debate Monday between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump; Deutsche Bank shares plummet; Germany's Lanxess to buy Chemtura.
A blockbuster week gives way to a quieter one, but the focus will be the same -- the Federal Reserve and interest rates
The market is fearful. Use that fear to buy, Cramer says.
Jim Cramer is keeping an eye on quarterly results from Carnival, which are set to be released on Monday before the markets open.
Company's cruise joint venture in China signs memorandum of agreement to order two new Vista-class cruise ships to be built in China, with an option to order two additional ships
Carnival (CCL) is scheduled to release its 2016 third quarter results prior to Monday's market open.