Carnival Corp

NYSE: CCL
$25.12
+$0.34 (+1.4%)
Closing price May 13, 2021
Friday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included ADS, Ally Financial, Carnival, Charter Communications, General Dynamics, Honeywell, MDC and Philip Morris International.
With one week to go before earnings season begins for the quarter just ended, there a couple of interesting reports out this week, including one Wednesday from a major cruise ship operator.
Thursday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Carnival, Dow, Goldman Sachs, Micron Technology, Netflix, Oracle, Snap, Spotify and Twitter.
Cruise line operator Carnival is scheduled to report earnings and about all we can say is that it is expected to be worse than last year's quarterly report.
Carnival has seen a rising tide recently as more Americans are getting vaccinated. Many analysts are putting the cruise and airline industries at the forefront of the reopening trade.
Thursday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Agilent Technologies, Carnival, Clorox, Darden Restaurants, Pinduoduo, QuantumScape, Royal Dutch Shell and Williams-Sonoma.
We're due to hear earnings reports Wednesday afternoon from Oracle, Cloudera and AMC Entertainment, followed by Carnival and Ballard Power on Wednesday morning.
24/7 Wall St. looks at some big analyst calls that we have seen so far on Tuesday, including Carnival, Norwegian Cruise Lines, Royal Caribbean and Switch.
The five worst performers among S&P 500 stocks have lost at least 50% of the value so far in 2020. They include cruise line operators and oil and gas companies.
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.
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.
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.
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...