Carnival Corp

NYSE: CCL
$9.68
-$0.32 (-3.2%)
Closing price December 5, 2022
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Three Chinese tech giants that have been hammered by government regulations, one Dow Jones industrial stock and one cruise line operator are scheduled to report quarterly results Monday and Tuesday.
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