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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Carnival LSE:CCL London Ordinary Share GB0031215220 ORD USD 1.66
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +19.00p +0.44% 4,371.00p 779,759 16:35:21
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
4,370.00p 4,373.00p 4,382.00p 4,303.00p 4,303.00p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 12,943.19 1,970.68 266.85 15.2 8,677.5

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24/10/201813:39Carnival - cruising higher1,352
24/6/201822:37Carnival (CCL) One to Watch on Monday -
10/12/201415:38TipTV: Carnival - Fuel benefits could point towards Ј30-
28/11/201212:31*** Carnival ***1
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Carnival Daily Update: Carnival is listed in the Travel & Leisure sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker CCL. The last closing price for Carnival was 4,352p.
Carnival has a 4 week average price of 4,293p and a 12 week average price of 4,121p.
The 1 year high share price is 5,090p while the 1 year low share price is currently 4,121p.
There are currently 198,523,911 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 879,382 shares. The market capitalisation of Carnival is £8,677,480,149.81.
shinydoc: What's going on again with the share price? Maybe it's time to sell?
andrewbaker: Regardless of the cruise experience, the business itself is just not being run well. People like to cruise Carnival, and 'staff' like to be on the ships (though I can't find comment on what it is like to be office staff on shore), yet the share price is suffering. Returns are dropping, debt is high, and there may well be a glut of cruise ships resulting in less capacity sold going forward. Like so many areas of commerce, when a rise is seen in a particular area, people flock to be in that business area; with the result it becomes overpopulated. That is what seems to be happening in the cruise market. And the lead time between committing to and ordering new ships is quite long, yet cannot easily be gotten out of when the pot stops boiling. Look at these cruise businesses and which lines they own: Carnival Corporation & plc AIDA Carnival Cruise Line Costa Cruises Cunard Line Holland America Line P&O Cruises P&O Cruises Australia Princess Cruises Seabourn Cruise Line Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. Azamara Club Cruises Celebrity Cruises Pullmantur Cruises Royal Caribbean International SkySea Cruise Line TUI Cruises Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd. Norwegian Cruise Line Oceania Cruises Regent Seven Seas Cruises Whilst some of these are 'up market,' they generally compete with each other: so too many ships for the numbers booking, is a major problem. I see that that is what's happening now - just look at onboard prices now, in order to up the revenue - and therefore will cut my exposure to this area until there is an improvement, which will be in a few years, at least. (The line I cruise on - except when cruising with my family, which includes 11 and nine year old sons, and all others other than me being under 54 - is Silversea.)
pierre oreilly: Well the share price is continuing it's substantial general rise. The buybacks help of course. If the price of my next cruise is anything to go by then prices are hardening too. From my early booking offer, the price on a late booking is up 30% from the same source, plus I got free parking which isn't now being offered. If that is general, then we can expect bumper profit increases next results time. I'm not sure what net effect the weak pound has.
grahamburn: Rules are rules, Pierre. (Reckon your broker wouldn't "waive a few pence off the share price you wanted" just because you asked - slightly different, I know, but you get the drift!) Come January, we lose our second to top tier status (Baltic) as a long cruise commenced in January 2014 comes off our tally so we drop below those critical 80 nights on board in the past 3 years. (I could argue that as we didn't come back until the end of April, the cut off point should be then, but rules are rules! Later next year when we've cruised again, we'll pop back into that tier. Fortunately, we never lose the Caribbean status which, in reality is worth fair more the two higher tiers, as it's worth that crucial 10% off everything spent on board or on excursions. Baltic tier benefits are cosmetic as are the Ligurian top tier benefits (extra lunches with officers, more free laundry etc) PS Tempus in the Times today has Carnival as an avoid as the price is fully up with results in light of the less positive prospects in 2017.
pierre oreilly: Well, it worked! Just been notified they've credited my onboard account with £150. Thanks for those who helped. Shame the share price is down though.
broadwood: Carnival Corporation has had its rating cut to 'hold' from 'buy' over at Deutsche Bank on Monday, resulting in a 2% drop in the cruise company's share price. The stock was trading at 3133p in Morning trade. Deutsche Bank said while it expects the company's first-quarter trading update to demonstrate further bookings and pricing recovery coupled with more operational momentum in the core Carnival brand, "we think recent significant moves in euro and sterling currency could result in full-year 2015 earnings per share (EPS) guidance being reduced around 8%". The bank forecasts first-quarter 2015 EPS will come in at $0.07 versus $0.09 previous. "The key downside risks include, negative economic changes, rising capacity growth ahead of expectations and oil price increase shocks, while the key upside risks include, higher net yield growth, lower fuel costs and improving European economic growth," said Deutsche. However, it added that broadly, the bank remains positive on Carnival "as we think the medium term earnings recovery potential remains intact". Deutsche retained a 3,400p
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broadwood: Relief its back in port I guess. Share price thinks so.
miata: Morgan Stanley being pessimistic: We are worried about knock-on effects: Cruising is a safer way to travel than air, but the investigation may take time, the story is getting global publicity, and people are unlikely to book until confidence returns. An apparently disorganised evacuation may lead to tighter regulation. We cut our bear case to £10, with -8% yields. Where is the floor? We hope this tragedy can be put down to a very specific error, which can be rectified through procedural or technological changes. But with so many questions as to how this could possibly happen to a modern cruise ship, investors may start to consider historical trough valuations as a share price floor. For CCL, these are 8x P/E (£10) and 1.5x EV/sales (£12).
optimist: I think you need to step back from the headlines to get a better perspective on this. The shareprice is bound to take a small hit as they have a half billion pound hit to the bottom line, but presumably much of it was insured and it's the first loss for 20 years so it shouldn't effect future premiums too much. An airline does not neccessarily take a long term share price hit after a plane crash, which are unfortunately far more common, and they certainly don't effect the hole industry. It is difficult to know what speed the boat was doing, imagine what a 40 ton lorry traveling at 2 MPH could do to the side of your car. My feeling is that it was a case of an incompetent captain who did not have control of his crew. I've been on similar sized Carnival owned ships and am surprised that there was so much panic and bad decisions made. Having said that, you have to take the media with a pinch of salt. I bet they refused to quote anyone who could not get at least two of the words " Titanic, panic or abandon" into their account.
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