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Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd (RCL.N)

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Wed, May 3 2017

BRIEF-Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. declares dividend

* Sets quarterly dividend of $0.48per share Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:

BRIEF-Royal Caribbean Cruises Q1 adjusted earnings $0.99/shr

* Royal caribbean reports first quarter earnings of $0.99, increases full year guidance and announces share repurchase program

Royal Caribbean cuts South Korean sites from China cruises

BEIJING/SHANGHAI Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd will remove visits to South Korean ports from its China cruises, the firm said in a statement, amid rising tension between the two countries over Seoul's deployment of a U.S. missile defense system.

BRIEF-Royal Caribbean finalizes agreement with Bahamas

* Royal Caribbean finalizes agreement with the Bahamas to grow tourism to the destination Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:

Inspectors halt Royal Caribbean cruise on life-saving gear -media

Feb 14 A Royal Caribbean cruise ship remained in a Florida port on Tuesday morning after U.S. Coast Guard inspectors halted its departure when they found a problem with its life-saving equipment, local media reported.

Royal Caribbean sets sail for strong 2017 with upbeat forecast

Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd forecast higher-than-expected adjusted earnings for 2017, helped by a strong start to bookings for Caribbean cruises, putting the No. 2 U.S. cruise operator on track to beat its own forecast of doubling profit from 2014.

UPDATE 3-Royal Caribbean sets sail for strong 2017 with upbeat forecast

* Shares of rival Carnival hit more than 12-yr high (Adds conference call and analyst comments, updates shares)

Cruise operator Royal Caribbean's profit rises 26 pct

Jan 26 Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd, the second-largest U.S. cruise operator, reported a 26 percent rise in quarterly profit, helped by demand for its pricier Caribbean cruises and higher onboard spending.

Royal Caribbean, Norwegian get Cuba go-ahead for cruises

U.S cruise operators Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd and Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd said on Wednesday they had got approval from Cuban authorities to begin operations to the country.

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