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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
  -40.20 -2.79% 1,399.60 1,399.20 1,402.00 1,444.00 1,371.40 1,427.00 1,927,587 16:35:25
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 2,198

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30/7/2021
14:50
That's now a problem smurfy2001, the vaccinated likely behave as if Teflon coated, presumably many ignorant of the fact that they can still contract the virus and spread it around, and yet the State deems them safer than the non vaccinated! We are well into 'Alice' territory. I notice that the stories about cruises yet again having customers confined to cabins are not making it into the MSM, whereas at the beginning of this exercise it was wall to wall old people being banged up in cabins. I should think it's very difficult to keep say 1000 persons in close proximity free of the virus, unless they all do quarantine in a monitored facility first.
lefrene
30/7/2021
14:25
Key figure is how many are going to hospitals and dying, not the new infections. Remember you can still be infected if vaccinated.
smurfy2001
30/7/2021
14:22
92,000 new infections in the US yesterday Now hearing the delta variant is as transmissible as chickenpox and more than the common cold even
justiceforthemany
21/7/2021
15:35
I wish l was on a cruise feeling the breeze it's damn hot right now.
smurfy2001
21/7/2021
07:34
Are we going to have a happy day today
twinny2003
18/7/2021
12:17
I couldn't wait any longer and booked up. Mainly due to wanting to sample Iona. Probably won't be able to get off for 14 days, except for the tours they offer. Max 60% capacity by then, end Oct, so plenty of room. Full ents schedule, freedom dining, uses up some FCCs. Plenty of time to get better at water colours and dancing and get a bit of sun. Unfortunately, it'll be boarding late and getting kicked off early, so pros and cons. And if they cancel (50/50), we probably get 25% extra anyhow.
pierre oreilly
16/7/2021
09:36
Cruises under pressure as covid stops any port stop off's. Port's wanting evidence of all passengers / crew have been tested daily and surveillance on the ship. A employee on ship welcomed a team from UK / Irish company Deepverge DVRG to install sewer real time AI cabin section detection - interesting... Also I see deepverge have a breath detection hand held unit, blow into it and shows result in 5 seconds...
blueteam1
15/7/2021
21:54
Oh OK, but they are not cancelling them
smurfy2001
15/7/2021
13:25
they said uk shares are cheaper than US stock, iirc
owencoffin
15/7/2021
13:13
Really surprised they are doing a buy back l don't understand why. I'm assuming that's the reason the share price is weak 🤔
smurfy2001
15/7/2021
09:00
Pottsypotts from yesterday. 3,000 people are confined to cabins on 'cruise to nowhere' ship off Singapore after a single Covid case is detected Dream Cruises ship's 1,646 passengers and 1,249 crew are isolating in cabins A passenger, 40, was alerted as a close contact of a confirmed case on land After tests, the passenger tested positive, forcing everyone to stay in their cabin The non-stop cruise is now sitting in the port awaiting further test results
lab305
14/7/2021
22:54
Singapore ship quarantined
robertball
08/7/2021
08:13
A few months ago there were no fans at Wembley.
jfacwc
08/7/2021
05:56
So. Look at US price
robertball
08/7/2021
00:11
‘Exceptional response’ as P&O Cruises Caribbean sailing sells out in six hours All cabins put on sale for P&O Cruises new 40-night winter sun Caribbean cruise on Aurora sold out in six hours on its first day on sale. A 12-night Portugal and Canary Islands itinerary, which also went on sale yesterday, saw 80% of cabins sold. The reaction demonstrates the pent up demand for cruise travel hxxps://travelweekly.co.uk/news/tourism/exceptional-response-as-po-cruises-caribbean-sailing-sells-out-in-six-hours
justiceforthemany
07/7/2021
17:55
US & European + UK Cruises have resumed Revenues are now surging compared to 2020 & a Covid pill is on the way - Pfizer again leading the way hxxps://www.nytimes.com/2021/06/17/health/covid-pill-antiviral.html
justiceforthemany
07/7/2021
15:57
No support until 1300
robertball
07/7/2021
09:09
No way can recover soon ...
chris242
07/7/2021
08:30
Being heavily shorted
robertball
07/7/2021
08:18
WOW when are we going to see it start to rise
twinny2003
28/6/2021
18:47
First Published: June 28, 2021 at 12:49 p.m. ET By Lawrence C. Strauss Carnival has raised billions of dollars in capital, mostly debt, as its ships have been sidelined for more than a year. Here, a Carnival ship earlier this year. Carnival is eyeing its British-listed stock as an arbitrage opportunity on the high seas. In a securities filing Monday, Carnival (ticker: CCL) said it may offer and sell up to $500 million of its common stock, “only when the ordinary shares of Carnival plc are trading in a United Kingdom market at a discount to shares of common stock of Carnival. ” The largest U.S. cruise operator said it would use the proceeds from any stock sold to purchase its U.K.-listed shares (CCL.London). In other words, Carnival sees buybacks of its U.K. stock as a good way to create value. The U.S.-listed shares of Carnival have outperformed over the past 12 months as investors bet on a postpandemic economic recovery. Carnival’s U.S. stock was at $26 and change around midday Monday, down more than 6% on the session. The U.K.-listed stock finished Monday’s session down about 1.6%, according to FactSet. The U.K.-listed stock trades at about 11 times on the basis of enterprise value its next fiscal year’s estimated earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization, according to FactSet. That compares with about 12 times for the U.S. shares. This isn’t the first time this arbitrage idea has surfaced. In a research note earlier this year, for example, analysts at Citi Research wrote that the U.K.-listed shares were the better way to play Carnival. The U.K.-listed shares could be a way for U.S. investors to play the stock, but they would have to find a way—and incur the costs—to trade on a foreign stock exchange. A financial advisor or broker would be possible ways to do that. The news comes as the company, whose fleet has been idle in the U.S. for 15 months due to pandemic, has posted huge losses. Carnival, which recently disclosed an adjusted second-quarter loss of $2 billion, has gone through several rounds of capital raising, mostly debt. Carnival, whose corporate headquarters are in Miami, said earlier in June that its Carnival Cruise Line brand will begin operations with eight ships by the end of August. That includes sailings out of Galveston, Texas, and Miami and Port Canaveral in Florida. Other Carnival brands, including Princess Cruises, are expected to begin sailing out of the U.S. starting in September.
owencoffin
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