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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type Stock ISIN Stock Description
Carnival Plc CCL London Ordinary Share GB0031215220 ORD USD 1.66
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
-22.00 -1.65% 1,312.00 16:35:08
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
1,277.00 1,277.00 1,326.00 1,312.00 1,334.00
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TRAVEL & LEISURE

Carnival CCL Dividends History

Announcement Date Type Currency Dividend Amount Period Start Period End Ex Date Record Date Payment Date Total Dividend Amount
16/01/20201USX5030/11/201930/11/202020/02/202021/02/202013/03/20200
14/10/20191USX5030/11/201830/11/201921/11/201922/11/201913/12/2019200
11/07/20191USX5030/11/201830/11/201922/08/201923/08/201913/09/20190
18/04/20191USX5030/11/201830/11/201923/05/201924/05/201914/06/20190
17/01/20191USX5030/11/201830/11/201921/02/201922/02/201915/03/20190
17/10/2018FinalUSX5030/11/201730/11/201822/11/201823/11/201814/12/2018195
19/07/20181USX5030/11/201730/11/201823/08/201824/08/201814/09/20180
17/04/20181USX5030/11/201730/11/201824/05/201825/05/201815/06/20180
18/01/20181USX4530/11/201730/11/201822/02/201823/02/201816/03/20180
19/10/2017FinalUSX4530/11/201630/11/201723/11/201724/11/201715/12/2017160
19/07/20171USX4030/11/201630/11/201724/08/201725/08/201715/09/20170
07/04/20171USX4030/11/201630/11/201725/05/201726/05/201716/06/20170
19/01/20171USX3530/11/201630/11/201723/02/201724/02/201717/03/20170
20/10/2016FinalUSX3530/11/201530/11/201624/11/201625/11/201616/12/2016140
15/07/20161USX3530/11/201530/11/201625/08/201626/08/201616/09/20160
14/04/20161USX3530/11/201530/11/201626/05/201627/05/201617/06/20160
14/01/20161USX3030/11/201530/11/201618/02/201619/02/201611/03/20160
16/10/2015FinalUSX3030/11/201430/11/201519/11/201520/11/201511/12/2015110
16/07/20151USX3030/11/201430/11/201521/08/201522/08/201511/09/20150
16/04/20151USX2530/11/201430/11/201521/05/201522/05/201512/06/20150
13/01/20151USX2530/11/201430/11/201519/02/201520/02/201513/03/20150
14/10/2014FinalUSX2530/11/201330/11/201420/11/201421/11/201412/12/2014100
16/07/20141USX2530/11/201330/11/201420/08/201422/08/201412/09/20140
22/04/20141USX2530/11/201330/11/201421/05/201423/05/201413/06/20140
16/01/20141USX2530/11/201330/11/201419/02/201421/02/201414/03/20140
15/10/2013FinalUSX2530/11/201230/11/201320/11/201322/11/201313/12/2013100
17/07/20131USX2530/11/201230/11/201321/08/201323/08/201313/09/20130
04/06/20131USX2530/11/201230/11/201322/05/201324/05/201314/06/20130
17/04/20131USX2530/11/201230/11/201322/05/201324/05/201314/06/20130
09/10/2012FinalUSX2530/11/201130/11/201221/11/201223/11/201214/12/2012100
11/07/20121USX2530/11/201130/11/201222/08/201224/08/201214/09/20120
12/04/20121USX2530/11/201130/11/201223/05/201225/05/201215/06/20120
10/02/20121USX2530/11/201130/11/201222/02/201224/02/201216/03/20120
12/10/2011FinalUSX2530/11/201030/11/201123/11/201125/11/201116/12/2011100
13/07/20111USX2530/11/201030/11/201124/08/201126/08/201116/09/20110
13/04/20111USX2530/11/201030/11/201118/05/201120/05/201110/06/20110
20/01/20111USX2530/11/201030/11/201116/02/201118/02/201111/03/20110
19/10/2010FinalUSX1030/11/200930/11/201017/11/201019/11/201010/12/201040
14/07/20101USX1030/11/200930/11/201018/08/201020/08/201010/09/20100
14/04/20101USX1030/11/200930/11/201020/05/201022/05/201011/06/20100
21/01/20101USX1030/11/200930/11/201017/02/201019/02/201012/03/20100
31/10/2008FinalUSX4030/11/200730/11/200819/11/200821/11/200812/12/2008160
14/07/20081USX4030/11/200730/11/200820/08/200822/08/200812/09/20080
24/04/20081USX4030/11/200730/11/200821/05/200823/05/200813/06/20080
03/03/20081USX4030/11/200730/11/200820/02/200822/02/200814/03/20080
03/12/2007FinalUSX4030/11/200630/11/200721/11/200723/11/200714/12/2007137.5
17/07/20071USX3530/11/200630/11/200722/08/200724/08/200714/09/20070
16/04/20071USX3530/11/200630/11/200716/05/200718/05/200708/06/20070
22/01/20071USX27.530/11/200630/11/200714/02/200716/02/200709/03/20070
17/10/2006FinalUSX27.530/11/200530/11/200615/11/200617/11/200608/12/2006102.5
01/06/20061USX2530/11/200530/11/200617/05/200619/05/200609/06/20060
21/04/20061USX2530/11/200530/11/200617/05/200619/05/200609/06/20060
24/01/20061USX2530/11/200530/11/200615/02/200617/02/200610/03/20060
01/12/2005FinalUSX2530/11/200430/11/200516/11/200518/11/200509/12/200580
12/07/20051USX2030/11/200430/11/200517/08/200519/08/200509/09/20050
15/04/20051USX2030/11/200430/11/200518/05/200520/05/200510/06/20050
19/01/20051USX1530/11/200430/11/200516/02/200518/02/200511/03/20050
01/12/2004FinalUSX1530/11/200330/11/200417/11/200419/11/200410/12/200452.5
02/09/20041USX12.530/11/200330/11/200418/08/200420/08/200410/09/20040
27/04/20041USX12.530/11/200330/11/200419/05/200421/05/200411/06/20040
22/01/20041USX12.530/11/200330/11/200418/02/200420/02/200412/03/20040
29/10/2003FinalUSX12.530/11/200230/11/200319/11/200321/11/200312/12/200344
26/06/20031USX10.530/11/200230/11/200320/08/200322/08/200312/09/20030
02/05/20031USX10.530/11/200230/11/200321/05/200323/05/200313/06/20030
06/02/20031USX10.530/11/200230/11/200319/02/200321/02/200314/03/20030
24/10/2002FinalUSX10.530/11/200130/11/200213/11/200215/11/200217/12/20020
02/09/20021USX10.530/11/200130/11/200214/08/200216/08/200217/09/20020
26/04/20021USX10.530/11/200130/11/200215/05/200217/05/200217/06/20020
05/02/20021USX10.530/11/200130/11/200203/04/200205/04/200210/05/200212
24/10/2001FinalUSX10.530/11/200030/11/200114/11/200116/11/200117/12/20010
26/07/20011USX10.530/11/200030/11/200115/08/200117/08/200117/09/20010
27/04/20011USX10.530/11/200030/11/200116/05/200118/05/200115/06/20010
15/02/2001FinalUSX10.530/11/200030/11/200104/04/200106/04/200104/05/200112

Top Dividend Posts

DateSubject
11/1/2021
22:59
xamf: Ohojim. Thanks for your post and insight. I must say though that your downward chart pattern is slightly misleading as it would imply a longer term downtrend. Though CCL reached its recent peak in Aug 2017 this followed a more than two fold increase in the share price from 2014. I take your point though that the downtrend has lasted since that point and is certainly worth noting.
10/1/2021
12:24
pierre oreilly: Just received the new cunard program. They state buffets will still be there, just not self-service. Still all you can eat, just ask for more. Why did you say they will be gone? Are you just guessing? I don't really understand the obsession with buffets anyhow - there is always a choice of restaurants to go to for breakfast, lunch, tea and dinner. Failing that, with cunard you just ring up room service any time and order what you want and they'll bring it to your room. Can't wait for them to get back sailing a full schedule again. Only problem at the mo is insurance doesn;t cover covid, so until ccl give covid cover (like Thompson/tui are doing on their holidays) we're a bit snookered, except for the new uk itineraries. Just to declare my interest - i sold all but 200 (for the benefits) almost a year ago at the very start of the outbreak (I was mentally prepared to sell due to terrorism fears, but this came along instead). I'll buy back in 10/15 tranches to spread the timing risk - bought 1 tranch back a couple of months ago so far, the rest probably in the coming months. Debt would usually be getting to be a bit of a worry, but money is cheap atm, and well into the foreseeable future, so not much of a concern as far as i can see)
04/1/2021
11:51
pierre oreilly: Ccnp, I like balance, but yours is nothing more than a scaremongering deramp.Under normal circumstances, cruise ships are very highly profitable, one days sailing when they resume fully will cover 7 days not sailing. Among your misconceptions (I'm being generous), cruise ships don't need people on excursions to make a healthy profit. All my excursions are paid for with onboard credit CCL give me. Anyone who pays with their own money just contributes to even fatter profits.The immediate situation isnt fantastic here, but will be once cruising fully restarts, fully occupied, which I guess s a year away yet. Scaremongering with made up nonsense doesn't help anyone, least of all yourself.I've been looking recently to book, and I'm surprised at the current high cruise costs. Can sail round the UK with QE with no insuranc problems. Hopefully, CCL will soon supply covid cover with all cruises.
04/1/2021
11:35
ccnp: To pick up on a few ramps and give some balance UK trippers will be 90% safe. What are the chances 1 of the 6,000 souls packed into a virus loving A/C on a cruise boat will have a sample of the other 10%? Especially if the good old US of A citizens join them. Even if you get pre trip cover from CCL, your travel insurance won’t cover you once the cruise starts. And a ship with COVID won’t get port entry permission anywhere, let alone disembarkation without extended quarantine. And do you want to go ashore? The cruise ship people NEED you to spend money on excursions. Basic price doesn’t make for profits. So you get off the boat into a country where inoculation is going slowly. What then? Just had a look at Torquay and Weymouth anchorages. No movement of cruise ships. Lots of room to catch a cold with cruise shares
24/12/2020
08:24
undervaluedassets: The oldies can't wait to go cruising again. And CCL have abundant bookings way out into the future. Plus they have temporarily retired 3 ships for refurbishment putting a squeeze on capacity. It is obvious that as the Vaccine is rolled out (with seniors getting it first), this recovers and recovers fast.
04/12/2020
20:48
jcl124: I have a princess cruises itinerary next summer to the med and having a nightmare trying to add to the booking. Very little availability. Still really struggle to understand why the CUK is such a laggard to the US CCL. I would have thought the % rises would have been matched overall.
03/12/2020
15:54
helpaargh: Carnival Plc (LSE) LSE:CCL Carnival Share News (CCL) 3 Follow CCLBuySell Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description Carnival Plc LSE:CCL London Ordinary Share GB0031215220 ORD USD 1.66 Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade 62.00 4.46% 1,451.00 1,450.00 1,453.00 1,457.50 1,378.00 1,397.00 1,172,246 15:24:43 Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m) Travel & Leisure 16,109.7 2,367.1 335.7 4.5 2,278 Print Alert Carnival PLC Carnival Updates Itinerary Cancellations 03/12/2020 2:20pm UK Regulatory (RNS & others) TIDMCCL Carnival Cruise Line Updates Guests On Itinerary Cancellations MIAMI, Dec. 3, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Carnival Cruise Line is informing guests and travel agents that it has cancelled select itineraries for specific operations in 2021, as it implements its plans for the resumption of cruising in 2021, including cruise operations in February from Miami, Port Canaveral and Galveston and moving the inaugural sailing of Mardi Gras until April 24, 2021.
25/11/2020
19:09
ohojim: Good question flyfisher Taken from the Motley fool board as they explain it more succinctly than most.... The stock tickered CCL is a member of the S&P 500 index, so any index funds tied to the S&P 500 have to own shares of that stock. Meanwhile, the stock tickered CUK tracks the price of the London-listed shares that are included in the U.K.'s premier FTSE 100 index. When the U.S. stock market overall looks more attractive than the U.K. market, then CCL shares will fetch a higher price. When the U.K. market is in favor, then CUK shares can take their turn in the lead. Take the cheaper choice Both Carnival stocks share the same risks and could see the same rewards. If the cruise-ship operator runs out of available capital before it can resume operations, then shareholders of both stocks would likely fare poorly in a bankruptcy or insolvency proceeding. If Carnival can outlast the impact of the coronavirus pandemic, then both stocks will likely soar in tandem. If Carnival looks attractive to you as a value investment, then the stock tickered CUK offers a modest but meaningful discount to the stock tickered CCL. In the coming months, there's no guarantee that discount won't widen. If you're planning to hold the stock for the long haul, though, choosing the cheaper option should give you a small incremental benefit eventually.
15/9/2020
08:25
pierre oreilly: Buywell, buywell recently told us that buywell thought ccl was dead and would fall dramatically from its then 700p price. It's now 50% higher.Buywell doesn't ever seem to understand companies and always gets the wrong end of the stick. Buywell seems to think she's the only person who knows about the pandemic and that ships aren't sailing.Buywell misses the salient point that the Saudis are keeping ccl afloat with billions being pumped in. In all likelihood, the Saudis will bid for the whole of ccl at some stage. They are not looking to today's situation, or next months, but 2 years, where the country can see itself with a brand new prestigious industry instead of the single industry it is today.Virtually every company is technically bust today, but most will recover over the coming years. I expect your sole investment, if you have any which I hope not, must be in dominoes pizzas, which is booming today, yet will deboom when the country returns to normal.
02/9/2020
10:16
hodhasharon: It's a brave investor who buys at these levels given the current C19 situation. Share Price vs. Fair Value 285.4% Overvalued Current Price UK£10.15 Fair Value UK£2.63 Quality Earnings: CCL is currently unprofitable. Growing Profit Margin: CCL is currently unprofitable. Earnings Trend: CCL is unprofitable, and losses have increased over the past 5 years at a rate of 2.2% per year. Accelerating Growth: Unable to compare CCL's earnings growth over the past year to its 5-year average as it is currently unprofitable Earnings vs Industry: CCL is unprofitable, making it difficult to compare its past year earnings growth to the Hospitality industry (-15.1%). Debt Level: CCL's debt to equity ratio (99.9%) is considered high. Reducing Debt: CCL's debt to equity ratio has increased from 35.7% to 99.9% over the past 5 years.
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