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Carnival cruise lines stock is down more than 50% for the year to date. Incredibly, that's an improvement from its trough in early April.
Carnival, along with the rest of the cruise industry, has been one of the biggest losers from the coronavirus.
Vail Resorts stock slid to start out the week after an analyst downgraded the stock due to several risks.
Carnival made some headway on Thursday after the company announced that it had priced a registered direct offering.
Carnival shares sank on Wednesday after the cruise line operator announced that it would be canceling cruises for the first part of 2021.
DraftKings released better than expected recent quarterly results before the markets opened on Friday.
24/7 Wall St. took a look at some of the largest gainers in the airlines, hotels, cruises, movies, restaurants and so on that are set to benefit from a COVID-19 vaccine.
These five stocks offer aggressive growth investors a great way to play the online gambing trend, while some serious selling recently has put prices at an outstanding level.
DraftKings charged ahead on Wednesday after the online gambling firm received a very bullish call from a key analyst.
All aspects of travel have been severely impacted by the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic, but beyond airlines and hotels the cruise industry has been hit the worst of all travel categories. That may...
The hotel industry is continuing to face some daunting challenges at the same time the industry already was undergoing major competitive changes.
Royal Caribbean is raising $1 billion through a convertible debt offering of $500 million and a follow-on stock offering of the same amount. This is sending jitters through the cruise ship industy.
Cruise line operator Carnival released a business update Thursday that couldn't keep the share price from backsliding after two weeks of recovery.
Online sports betting firm DraftKings has priced a follow-on stock offering at $52, a discount of more than 8% to the stock's closing price on Tuesday.
DraftKings Inc. (NASDAQ: DKNG) shares slid on Monday after it was announced that the online gaming firm would be conducting a secondary offering. Now seems to be as good a time as any, considering...