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
  5.00 0.16% 3,205.00 3,206.00 3,209.00 3,252.00 3,167.00 3,183.00 996,230 16:35:16
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 14,805.8 2,514.8 349.0 9.3 5,958

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07/11/2019
15:46
$42^40 in USA makes this £33.12 £1 equates to $1^28 I just don’t get this constant lag
linton5
04/11/2019
21:22
I got $50. Quite fortunate because these days you're supposed to apply 3 weeks in advance, and I sent the email about 10 days in advance. Wad, that was for two g&ts (supposedly a bit special since they use their own gin - a bit lost on me though).
pierre oreilly
04/11/2019
21:07
Finished $41.93 in USA converts to £32.50 at £1 = $1.29🦅
linton5
04/11/2019
20:20
did you get your share holder on board money
ccraig69
04/11/2019
19:34
Thanks for that Pierre. We've not fancied the trips on QM2 but you may have swayed me :-) The most relaxing ship that we have been on so far is Celebrity Eclipse. To be able to take a drink or two whilst sitting on a lawn on top of a cruise ship is quite nice :-)
tlobs2
04/11/2019
18:10
$31 for a G&T ? Enough to drive you to drink. Looks like the only way is up now for the sp?
wad collector
04/11/2019
14:07
Just returned from a short cruise on the qm2. It has a different feel to most cruise ships imv, i wasn't too taken at first, but it grew on me a lot - looking forward to May when we do the New York 14 day trip. I suppose the different feel is because it's the only remaining ocean going liner rather than a cruise ship. They're not short of gumption to charge pretty eye watering prices. 2 g&ts (cunard gin) $27.20 plus $4.08 service charge (the $11.50pppd general service charge isn't enough to cover this service apparently). The boat was full, as it was going back to the uk (we wanted to return on her but ended up flying back). Based on that, and the drinks prices which don't seem to put people off drinking (is everyone spending obc and not their own money?), I've just bought some more shares.
pierre oreilly
25/10/2019
14:21
Very nice bounce. Long may it continue ;-)
tlobs2
25/10/2019
09:50
Ticker is cuk
linton5
24/10/2019
03:27
Finished $41.45 across the pond equates to £32.10
linton5
23/10/2019
19:18
Must be taking some bookings from the demise of Tommy Cook and issues down the far end of the Med do you think? Far easier to swerve a port if there is an issue than if you've booked a land based stint in Turkey or Egypt and aggro starts
the white house
23/10/2019
18:50
Swindon, I understand your concerns re Brexit. A few years ago I never wanted to Cruise. My wife booked one for us as a surprise and we've since done another fifteen! I love them now. On a cruise a few months ago one couple mentioned to us that they cruised because of the safety and security of being onboard a cruise ship. To be fair I enjoy cruises because of the variety (location changes every day) the excellent food and the entertainment. In terms of value for money you can't beat it :-)
tlobs2
23/10/2019
15:39
Right , the share price has definitely bottomed now , steadily upwards back to £50 now, I will stop following the share price
wad collector
22/10/2019
09:01
CCL decent dividend, allied with additional OBC and doubled or trebled up with further OBC from the £50 deposit scheme, result is we have $1,900 OBC for imminent 17 day cruise on Elizabeth. Would prefer Cunard to be more informal, less ballroom more jive, and better entertainment directors. But overall the experience is excellent. Food very good, theatre, films, and presentations and improving range of speakers. Welcoming to LGBT too - I'm straight but I like the fact they are savvy enough to know there is a strong 'pink' dividend. The market is getting more competitive and imho there will be more and more pressure from Institutions ( responding to individual pensioners/savers) to go more 'green' and sustainable. Acid test for Carnival. Next five years with Brexit which will probably make more British people poorer ( just my opinion) and less discretionary spend....but the market is more and more world wide with UK a smaller and smaller market share, and Carnival appears to be wising up to it.
swindon41
22/10/2019
08:50
The blue and black lines start to diverge only a couple of weeks ago. Not my area but does close alignment depend on arbitrage between the two markets. Maybe people don't want to be caught on the wrong side of currency fluctuations.
melton john
22/10/2019
08:41
free stock charts from uk.advfn.com
melton john
22/10/2019
07:41
Agreed Oxman, I made my first purchase a bit higher and a top-up yesterday. Good dividend and as you say considerable upside. Lintons, I'm puzzled too.
melton john
21/10/2019
14:13
I make this £3340 in USA market $4340, at exchange of £1 to$1.30 but this is £30.60 on lose what am I missing
linton5
18/10/2019
07:22
Bought a starter position 3040p. Not totally convinced but looks like a lot of bad news is now in the price, 5%div and at some point sentiment will change and the upside could be considerable.
its the oxman
15/10/2019
13:11
I thought this was quite an interesting development...... MIAMI, Oct. 14, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Carnival Corporation & plc (NYSE/LSE: CCL; NYSE: CUK), the world's largest leisure travel company, today announced its Germany-based brand, AIDA Cruises, has partnered with leaders from the maritime and engineering sectors to pilot the world's first fuel cell system designed to power large passenger vessels. As early as 2021, AIDA Cruises will trial this innovative fuel technology on AIDAnova, becoming the cruise industry's first brand to trial fuel cells on a large cruise ship.
tlobs2
15/10/2019
10:34
MIAMI, Oct.14, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Carnival Corporation & plc (NYSE/LSE: CCL; NYSE: CUK) announced that it has declared a quarterly dividend of $0.50 per share. The company's boards of directors approved a record date for the quarterly dividend of November 22, 2019, and a payment date of December 13, 2019.
johnroger
13/10/2019
23:00
My view is there are definite differences between say p&o and cunard - I like them both (also I like small ships and big ships). All have pros and cons. I think Cunard like the snobby image, but it isn't (anymore). That's why some of the long term cunard lot complain quite a bit, it's moved downmarket, a necessity to keep up numbers as prices drop. Very broadly, in my opinion, Cunard pros are - afternoon tea - slightly better food (really excellent) - slightly better service - proper dance floors (we've just started ballroom dancing) - slightly better theatres - quick boarding. P&o pros are imo - less formal evening dress code - much better entertainment cruise directors - much better sailaways - cheaper drinks. We had a bad food experience with our only Thompson cruise, but that was a while ago and are considering them again now they're all inclusive (we haven't done an ai cruise yet). Last week we saw a great offer for a 2 day getaway to Hamburg on QM2, so we're doing that in a couple of weeks. Currently working out how to get back!
pierre oreilly
13/10/2019
18:23
Pierre, we've not been tempted with Cunard yet, based on our impression that it's a bit snobby :-) We've been on sixteen cruises in total so far with P&O (4), Celebrity, RCI (4), TUI/Thompson and Costa. The last TUI cruise a couple of years ago included all inclusive food and drink for thirteen of us. It was excellent value and the entertainment was on a par with P & O. I guess they might all have to start offering all inclusive in the near future. Next up a couple of weeks on Azura.....
tlobs2
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