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
  158.80 22.18% 874.80 5,394,282 16:35:12
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
864.20 868.60 942.80 792.60 799.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 16,109.69 2,367.14 335.73 2.5 1,370
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:52:33 O 4,560 891.204 GBX

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Carnival Daily Update: Carnival Plc is listed in the Travel & Leisure sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker CCL. The last closing price for Carnival was 716p.
Carnival Plc has a 4 week average price of 581.20p and a 12 week average price of 581.20p.
The 1 year high share price is 4,175p while the 1 year low share price is currently 581.20p.
There are currently 156,656,232 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 6,014,785 shares. The market capitalisation of Carnival Plc is £1,370,428,717.54.
stdyeddy: Like i said tlobs, I'm not suing. Ask the people who do if you're that interested. Presumably you think there won't be any litigation. That is a vain hope, I think. However, it doesn't mean the share price won't go up. And since you're not bright enough to read between the lines; obviously I'm long at this point.
stdyeddy: US share price currently up about 4% from the London close.
bluecash: A lot of committed cruise fans on here with small shareholdings. Makes sense that they keep them if it subsidises their cruises.But if you're an investor with a significant holding, I'd be looking at how the model will have to change. Someone said they wouldn't invest until they could see the new cruising experience. I'm not sure a new model will be anywhere near as profitable (no cheap cruises?) and since $6bn will last about six months according to the FT, this could end up below 100p quite quickly. A lot of risk unfortunately. I'm short at the moment. Will happily turn around and go long if it looks like there'll be a strong bounce back, but right now, seeing the massive bad publicity, I think those images of people trapped in their cabins will stay in the public consciousness for a few years and this is going to struggle.Many will not agree. Look to the share price for what the market thinks. If I'm wrong; strong recovery. If it goes sub 577p, potentially big trouble.
nallen1: I don't know anyone who'd want to go on a cruise for the foreseeable future.I just got back from Barbados and there were 5 giant cruise liners anchored off shore. Can't see where future earnings are going to come from and that's what share price is based on imho. I'm not a shorter btw but this isn't a stock I'd be investing in short term at least.
macromike: what is the value here? the ships are on the balance sheet at their projected revenue value, not the actual resale value of the vessels. those future revenues are screwed well beyond this health crisis. noravirus was bad enough, but who's going to get on a boat if you can't be sure you can get off? also, the model is ruined. buffett style low cost dining, cramped crew quarters, low barriers to infection everywhere. all that has to change. big cost impact. no more cheap cruises. the revenue hit will be enormous. who to sell the boats to? the world has a lot of cruise ships and no market all of a sudden. ccl is on the hook for new boats too soon. plus has taken on max debt. this will go to a fraction of the share price from a few months back. 300 or 30p is my reckoning. no help from governments because ccl has barely paid any tax to uk or usa.
oneilly: All bad news now in share price
mattd1: You don't but I am unlikely to get quarantined offshore a long way from home by popping to the supermarket. Setting aside the pros and cons of cruising, and I would like to try it, what do people here think about: Cash flow situation in next 6-12 months? Time to recover the share price to £30+?
mroalan: At pres in Albany on the PO Arcadia,due in Freeo on Tues,Weds then we haven,t got a clue neither has the captain,Columbo is closed,which was our next port,so guess is going around Aus AGAIN or straight home,due home on 12th April. Share price looks generous?
lefrene: I hope your short is working out for you 1crackupboom :¬) But it ain't going bust, plenty of assets in excess of liabilities and plenty of flexibility to take some ships temporarily out of service and condense loads onto fewer ships. Their lenders know full well that all would lose if their credit is squeezed. The lenders would end up in possession of a load of ships that they would then have to operate themselves, and then very likely have to hire former CCL exec's to run it for them. But yes it looks as if the share price has further to fall before bargain hunters will look at it.
kenmitch: Our neighbours have just had their Far East cruise cancelled. They are getting a full refund and if they rebook they will get it at half price. Cancelling cruises and incredible good value offers on other cruises, or those (e.g QE2) rearranged at short notice must be costing Carnival a fortune. Great recovery share though when Coronavirus over the worst, but until then surely strong chance of further heavy share price fall?
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