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CCL Carnival Plc

1,027.50
-10.50 (-1.01%)
19 Apr 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  -10.50 -1.01% 1,027.50 320,393 16:35:20
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
1,024.50 1,026.00 1,032.00 1,008.00 1,032.00
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Water Trans Of Passenger,nec USD 21.59B USD -74M USD -0.0566 -181.36 13.41B
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
18:45:01 O 228 1,018.398 GBX

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Posted at 20/4/2024 09:20 by Carnival Daily Update
Carnival Plc is listed in the Water Trans Of Passenger,nec sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker CCL. The last closing price for Carnival was 1,038p.
Carnival currently has 1,306,393,961 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Carnival is £13,410,134,010.
Carnival has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of -181.36.
This morning CCL shares opened at 1,032p
Posted at 28/3/2024 15:07 by jan-mar
As I said everyone has their own investment or trading patterns.The share price is the same as it was March 22, all sorts of fluctuations In between.
Posted at 28/3/2024 13:53 by jan-mar
I have been right several times about the share price rise every 3 months before quarterly results and said each time if will drift down. I haven't traded at all for some time. I negative because of the huge debt the company has, it won't change for some time unless they offload something. It is and will remain a traders share as it has been for over a year, nothing has changed.
Posted at 28/3/2024 13:24 by kasamavic
Jan mar,You've been negative about CCL for months and missed out on some good rises. Hindsight is marvellous with your comments to smurfy saying he was X amount up and now he's Y amount. He obviously sees potential in it whereas you are just negative and missed loads of opportunities.By saying their doesn't seem to be any buyers doesn't make sense.For every seller there's a buyer otherwise the share price would be zero.
Posted at 27/3/2024 16:37 by pierre oreilly
So pleased the 8 grand i just gave to ccl and got absolutely nothing in return contributed to the great results. I must say, I wouldn't have minded something for the cancelled cruise, something like 'sorry you didn't make it, better luck next time, here's a couple of lobsters which you've already paid for. A bit of PR here wouldn't go amiss and would be profitable imv.

Anyhow, I finally got my shareholder obc for my next cruise in the summer. But what a palava. I've been reading several reports of others having problems getting it and they refused me for the qm2 cruise I just missed. Certainly they seem to be enforcing minor points whereas before they weren't too fussy.

The higher prices they talk about in the results seem to be holding, certainly with Cunard which seems to be more expensive recently. Good for ccl, not so great for me.

No mention of divi, they could at least have stated when they expect to resume them.
Posted at 03/1/2024 13:18 by jan-mar
If you put the share price graph of the 3 cruise lines CCL, RC Norwegian together they look just about the same over the last 2 years. All suffering from huge debt that will take a long time to get back to their pre pandemic debts. Add to that the ever changing fuel prices, and CCL don't hedge their prices and the general worlds instability the price will be volatile.
Posted at 03/1/2024 09:01 by pierre oreilly
Once you've worked out when and why short term prices go up or down then you're on the way to your first billion.But most who think they know when and why short term prices go up and down join a group where 80%of them lose out. They are official figures Why fund managers, the only people with enough clout to reasonably affect a ftse100 share price, press the buy or sell button seems to be hard to figure. There are a multitude of reasons, only some of which pis can see (like COVID, Suez, Ukraine etc etc).
Posted at 03/1/2024 08:33 by dig and sell
CCL is just volatile.  The business is highly  cash generative but it is carrying a lot of debt and that makes it very sensitive to anything that might drive up costs.  The problems getting shipping (inc fuel oils) up the Red Sea to Suez won't be helping right now, despite the forward bookings looking strong.  There is also a repeating pattern of the share price increasing prior to the results, getting a bit too frothy, and then settling back. It's a good one for the traders.
Posted at 12/12/2023 19:40 by sambuca
Pierre
Lets use just plain numeracy.
It is known that you "invested in SPAC now HELD and MXC which have both gone down about 90% since you said you bought them so lets say you put £1000 in each your £2000 is now £200 that is a loss of £1800 a stop loss at 20% of purchase price means you would now have £1600 in the bank to reinvest not a bunch of shares that will cost 10% of the sale price in dealing costs and will probably never reach your purchase price especially after they have consolidated.
Remember it is twice as hard for a share price to go up than down.
You mocked my 1st trade in HVO where I made £50 profit + 22000 free shares, How much profit have you made from HVO?
Remember the saying there are 3 kinds of lies, lies, damned lies and statistics.
I do not use all those constraints I use buy low, protect my capitol and lock in profits.

Sam
Posted at 11/12/2023 20:06 by sambuca
Pierre
The fact is the share price has not nearly doubled since I bought them 29th September @ £10.60 with the investment money plus small gain and a few more free SAGA shares after the SAGA price hit my stop £1.34 on the way down from just over £ 1.50.
So you mock my small profit and never seem to mention the free shares which 40 free shares at the £13.25 you bought them at is £530 + the £90.
Please explain to me how a stop loss gets triggered on the way up when as the name suggest you can only apply stop losses at a price lower than the price when it is set up.

Sam
Posted at 01/10/2023 07:16 by adamnorthleeds
With the US now avoiding a Gov shutdown, should hopefully have a positive effect on the CCL share price on Monday
Carnival share price data is direct from the London Stock Exchange

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