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Carnival Corp Sees FY 2019 Adjusted Earnings Per Share $4.25 To $4.35
Carnival Corp Sets Quarterly Dividend Of $0.50 Per Share
Carnival Corp Announces Expanded Relationship With SES
Carnival Corporation is a leisure travel company. The Company is a cruise company of global cruise guests, and a provider of vacations to all cruise destinations throughout the world. The Company operates in four segments: North America, EAA, Cruise Support and, Tour and Other. The Company's North America segment includes Carnival Cruise Line, Holland America Line, Princess Cruises (Princess) and Seabourn. The Company's Cruise Support segment represents certain of its port and related facilities and other services that are provided for the benefit of its cruise brands and Fathom's selling, general and administrative expenses. Its EAA segment includes AIDA Cruises (AIDA), Costa Cruises (Costa), Cunard, P&O Cruises (Australia), P&O Cruises (the United Kingdom) and ship operations of Fathom. Its Tour and Other segment represents the hotel and transportation operations of Holland America Princess Alaska Tours and three ships that the Company bareboat charter to unaffiliated entities.
3655 NW 87th Ave,
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Micky Meir Arison
Chairman of the Board
Arnold W. Donald
President, Chief Executive Officer, Director
Chief Financial Officer, Chief Accounting Officer
Group Chief Executive Officer of Holland America Group and Carnival UK
Michael Olaf Thamm
Group Chief Executive Officer of Costa Group and Carnival Asia
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Carnival Corp cut its full-year profit forecast on Thursday, anticipating a hit from the Trump administration's sudden ban on cruises to Cuba and weakening demand in Europe, sending its shares down nearly 13% to a six-month low.
Cruise operator Carnival Corp cut its profit forecast for the year on Thursday due to the Trump administration's sudden ban on cruises to Cuba and expected lower ticket prices in the coming months.
Major U.S. cruise operators said on Wednesday they will no longer sail to Cuba following the Trump administration's ban on travel to the Caribbean island, angering travelers and prompting worries about trip cancellations and company earnings.
Cruise line Carnival Corp is asking a U.S. court to dismiss lawsuits that claim the company profited from confiscated Cuban property, the first such cases brought since the Trump administration made them possible this month.
Carnival Corp on Thursday became the first company sued for profiting from expropriated Cuban property as the Trump administration piles new sanctions on the Communist-run nation for supporting Venezuela's embattled government.
Carnival Corp cut its annual profit forecast on Tuesday, expecting a hit from higher fuel prices and a stronger dollar, sending shares of the world's largest cruise operator down over 8 percent.
Carnival Corp <CCL.N> forecast current-quarter profit below analysts' estimates on Thursday, as the company faces higher fuel costs, and a stronger dollar that has crimped demand for cruises, sending its shares down 10 percent to a two-year low.
Carnival Corp, the world's largest cruise operator, on Thursday reported a 9.5 percent fall in quarterly profit, hurt by higher food and fuel costs, and forecast first-quarter profit below analysts' estimates, sending its shares down 6 percent before the bell.
Carnival Corp on Wednesday launched its first liquefied natural gas (LNG)-powered ship in Germany as the world's largest cruise operator tries to cut its carbon footprint.
Carnival Corp <CCL.N> on Thursday forecast fourth-quarter profit below Wall Street estimates due to a strong dollar and rising fuel prices, sending its shares down as much as 8.6 percent.
Carnival Corp reported a 28 percent rise in quarterly profit on Thursday as the world's largest cruise operator benefited from higher ticket prices and on-board spending.
Carnival Corp <CCL.N> on Monday cut its annual profit target, blaming higher fuel prices and a stronger U.S. dollar, sending shares of the world's largest cruise line operator tumbling 10 percent.
Carnival Corp, the world's largest cruise operator, reported a 10.4 percent rise in quarterly revenue on Monday, helped by higher ticket prices and on-board spending, but cut its full-year profit forecast.
Carnival Corp <CCL.N>, the world's largest cruise operator, reported better-than-expected first-quarter results as customers bought tickets at higher prices and spent more on board, prompting it to raise its full-year profit forecast.
* Q1 EARNINGS PER SHARE VIEW $0.43 -- THOMSON REUTERS I/B/E/S
Carnival Corp, the world's largest cruise operator, reported an 11 percent rise in first-quarter profit, helped by higher ticket prices and on-board spending.
* CARNIVAL CORP FILES FOR POTENTIAL MIXED SHELF OFFERING; SIZE NOT DISCLOSED - SEC FILING
* CARNIVAL CORPORATION ORDERS THIRD NEW SHIP FOR AIDA CRUISES
Carnival Corp <CCL.N>, the world's largest cruise operator, reported a 8.2 percent rise in quarterly revenue on an uptick in ticket prices amid strong consumer demand.
Carnival Corp, the world's largest cruise operator, reported better-than-expected quarterly results on Tuesday as higher ticket prices helped offset a hit from hurricanes.
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