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These stocks are fundamentally sound, but technically treading water.
Royal Caribbean (RCL) is boosting its dividend by 10 cents, which SunTrust analysts said is likely supported by the company's free cash flow.
Royal Caribbean (RCL) upped its quarterly dividend by 28% late Monday.
Royal Caribbean (RCL) increased its quarterly dividend to 48 cents a share.
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Past price action does not guarantee future price action.
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The Oracle of Omaha was right to slash his stake in the retailer.
Norwegian Cruise Line CEO Frank Del Rio predicts the Zika virus could impact travel plans.
Carnival, Royal Caribbean and Norwegian all face big overhangs from forex, fuel and safety worries.
Norwegian Cruise Line was pulling down industry-peer Royal Caribbean Tuesday on lowered guidance.
Royal Caribbean (RCL) stock is sliding on Tuesday afternoon as its competitor Norwegian Cruise (NCLH) gave a disappointing outlook and warned of soft demand.
If high-end shoppers stay away, it is unwelcome news for Nordstrom, says Wall Street. Travel, leisure and home appliance spending may be detracting from luxury retail.
Royal Caribbean and Carnival face negative pressures; don't bargain hunt yet.
Trade-Ideas LLC identified Royal Caribbean Cruises (RCL) as a "dead cat bounce" (down big yesterday but up big today) candidate
Hotels are giving off concerning signals.
Tuesday's selloff in the cruise line's shares doesn't seem justified in light of its favorable multiple.
Perception trumps reality in the short term, Cramer says.
Brace yourself for continued concerns about declining demand, which would be bad for earnings.
Shares of Royal Caribbean Cruises (RCL) are plunging today because investors are concerned about its growth in China, CEO Richard Fain said on CNBC.
Royal Caribbean posts a mixed second quarter.
Royal Caribbean (RCL) stock is lower in pre-market trading this morning as the company reported mixed second quarter results before today's opening bell.
Royal Caribbean (RCL) stock is down late Monday morning ahead of the cruise company’s 2016 second quarter earnings, due out tomorrow morning.
TheStreet highlights 3 stocks pushing the leisure industry lower today.
In a study of analyst recommendations at the major brokerages, for the underlying components of the S&P 500, Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd has taken over the #42 spot from Rockwell Collins, Inc. , according to ETF Channel.