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
  -10.00 -0.27% 3,635.00 3,626.00 3,629.00 3,666.00 3,594.00 3,630.00 476,167 16:35:24
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 16,109.7 2,367.1 335.7 10.9 5,694

Carnival Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
16/1/2020
09:08
Gazza probably needs the dosh because of his well publicised tax problems - I wouldn't use him if I were the boss of P&O.
toffeeman
16/1/2020
08:22
The moment we've been waiting for, so p&o says. Gary Barlow is the new brand ambassador, whatever that means. While an excellent singer and songwriter imv, he seems to be a personality vacuum - much better singing and writing than talking. Not sure he's a great choice. He has a slow monotone Manchester soporific drool, maybe they're aiming for the insomniac market. Saw a new deal yesterday with p&o combining a Dubai cruise with a qe2 stay, just up my street so got that booked for a years time. It's on the Oceana, never been on that, but from a quick google looks a very impressive ship.
pierre oreilly
31/12/2019
10:10
When it is broker arithmetic.
wad collector
30/12/2019
18:26
since when is a 200p raise to 300p above current price not a buy?
the white house
30/12/2019
17:36
BARCLAYS RAISES CARNIVAL PRICE TARGET TO 4,040 (3,800) PENCE - 'EQUAL WEIGHT'
philanderer
24/12/2019
16:10
You maybe right Toffeeman,protecting my profits & watching,cyclicals have had some strong returns of late , recession fears put on the back burner,last recession 2008 divi was stopped.It's open to debate what value you put on a cyclical at this juncture of the cycle,"might of been a turning point today",(hope so for holders on here),wishing you all a happy Xmas.
contrarian joe
24/12/2019
14:58
CJ You may have called it wrong because if it holds the current level then it should rise steadily - 3550 looks to be a key level But wtfdik!
toffeeman
24/12/2019
14:53
Ian King in Times Business News made 10 predictions for 2020 on world and UK economies generally. This came in at No 9: 9. Shares of Carnival Corporation will finish 2020 higher. The world’s biggest cruise line operator had an awful 2019, its shares falling by nearly 25 per cent from their high in early February, reflecting factors including poor weather, delayed ship delivery, higher fuel prices and weak consumer confidence in Europe. Yet the stock is now at distressed levels and trades at less than ten times expected future earnings, a rating last seen during the financial crisis
grahamburn
24/12/2019
13:40
There comes a point though where fundamentals cause a breakout when a share becomes oversold. I'm new to CCl purely because it fits my search for an income share which has future growth possibilities. Looking ahead the future seems promising. I bought 200 back in Oct and up 15% since so fingers crossed.
melton john
24/12/2019
12:16
Watching that Toffeman,sold out yesterday on that chart!!,a key area at the moment.
contrarian joe
24/12/2019
09:42
Looks like it could be breaking the downtrend in place since mid 2018
toffeeman
24/12/2019
07:32
Should tick up to just above £37 to equate to US price. A nice Xmas present - what I cant understand is not why the shares fell but why so much, esp with the buy back- the company obviously thought they were oversold. still it allowed me to buy in. The savings in fuel pricing should support the current position imho, all else sticks to plan.
silverfern
21/12/2019
08:01
Fortunately, no one injured (edit, latest reports say one injury). I wonder if the captains were celebrating ccl's results? Or would pilots have been in charge at that point? Onto happier things I discovered last night that the cruise we've been booked on for a couple of years is now going to be a musical theatre cruise. Great news for us, we've been on p&o music festivals, but they stopped a few years ago, been looking for others ever since. What an amazing stroke of luck for us. It's the May NY to soton cruise
pierre oreilly
20/12/2019
23:35
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/av/world-latin-america-50873559/two-cruise-ships-collide-in-the-caribbean Aargh not what we want to hear . Both Carnival.
wad collector
20/12/2019
16:24
I bought 50 shares in October and added the 2nd 50 just before the close yesterday.The shares had retested the breakout of triple bottom which was the reason I bought at that time.
kirtonender9
20/12/2019
15:35
Heavy US buying
the white house
20/12/2019
14:59
Excellent results. Its flying ! :-)
tlobs2
20/12/2019
14:26
Q4 results impressive.
wad collector
09/12/2019
11:20
Stepped off the queen vic yesterday to be well and truly brought back to earth by our rip-off taxi drivers followed by our rail system. Talk about chalk and cheese. Beautiful weather, excellent food, interesting table sharers - one an explosive demolition owner whose mate was Fred Dibnah, another a dancing digger driver (got to google that in a mo) - where else would you get that? If anyone's interested, the $700 obc worked a treat for a 10 day cruise - paid the tips, a tour to see the dancing horses and sherry production, a meal at the steakhouse or whatever it's called these days, some expensive (v expensive at cunard's prices) aftershave, some equivalent for the wife, a couple of bottles of wine and sufficient other booze for us each quiz and dance affair (we don't drink a lot). Even had 75cents left in the account, so a donation to cunard's coffers. The dancing element, which we can now attempt, along with everything else, made this one of the most enjoyable so far for us. Now just got to get rid of the 3kilos i put on.
pierre oreilly
05/12/2019
08:45
Rumour has it that there used to be ships that crossed the oceans without oil , coal or nuclear. Not going to be an easy conversion for QM2.
wad collector
05/12/2019
07:09
I hear the engine in the Kursk is still running. Try that in an electric one, would cark it in the first thunder storm
purplepelmets
05/12/2019
01:31
Until they crash in Russia
toffeeman
04/12/2019
11:17
That's the problem toffee, by far the best solution is subject to irrational bias due to 50 years of constant propaganda against nukes. Plenty of submarines are nuke powered with no problems, and no emissions, at all.
pierre oreilly
04/12/2019
07:25
Nah - nuclear :)
toffeeman
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