Royal Caribbean

NYSE: RCL
$51.77
+$4.65 (+9.9%)
Closing price July 10, 2020
Cruise ship stocks posted a late gain on Wednesday but gave most of it back on Thursday. The industry continues to search for a way to get back out to sea.
Wednesday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Amazon.com, Aurora Cannabis, Comcast, Dick's Sporting Goods, Morgan Stanley, Nike, Nio, Plug Power, Snap and Walt Disney.
Investors have seen recoveries in airlines, hotels and other travel-related stocks over the past 75 days or so, but the trends for the great recovery in travel and tourism may not resemble what they...
The COVID-19 recession has crushed the travel industry more than many other key industries. As the economy has started to reopen for business, the predictable rise in COVID-19 cases has the public...
A research note from Morgan Stanley questions whether the cruise lines have raised enough capital. Still, shares of main cruise line operators were surging on Wednesday.
Thursday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Aerojet Rocketdyne, Avis Budget, Carnival, Chipotle Mexican Grill, Expedia, Home Depot, Lowe's, MGM Resorts, Stratasys, Square and Walmart.
While cruises are being sold at dirt-cheap prices for future sailings, the industry has further extended the relaunch of its vessels for future cruises due to multiple conditions around the COVID-19...
With the economy now deep in a recession on the heels of the COVID-19 shutdowns, many of the great growth stories that helped to define what America likes to do have found their business models...
Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. (NYSE: RCL) has not been spared from the investor carnage that has been seen in the cruise industry. On top of needing capital, the company had previously announced a...
Across the board, cruise companies were tossed around on Monday amid concerns that a potential second wave of coronavirus infections could stifle business.
With markets starting to pick up again, and the S&P 500 on track to have its best week (albeit truncated) since 1974, there might be a light at the end of the tunnel for some devastated stocks.
Carnival stock sank lower on Thursday after the company announced the pricing of a secondary offering. The company has been frantically pursuing debt offerings to stay afloat.
Carnival and the rest of the cruise line operators appear to be running for the lifeboats after their businesses may be sunk. Carnival has announced a secondary offering.
In this new frightening and recessionary environment, high dividends based on continued and easy coverage rates are viewed suspiciously.
The coronavirus outbreak has so badly crippled the cruise business that it may not come back for months, or even years. The broader question is whether the industry will ever return to its previous...