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|Day's Range||24.68 - 24.68|
|52 Week Range||8.75 - 40.00|
|Beta (5Y Monthly)||2.36|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
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|Ex-Dividend Date||Feb 20, 2020|
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Luxury cruise line Cunard announced today its 2022 line-up of Event Voyages, offering a rich and compelling variety of themes on board flagship liner Queen Mary 2 and Queen Elizabeth. Welcoming back guest favorites including the Literature Festival at Sea in partnership with Cheltenham Literature Festival, The Times and The Sunday Times; and much-loved Anthony Inglis and the UK National Symphony of Orchestra, Cunard also introduces the line's first Art & Design Week, and Beatles and Beyond: Celebrating the Best of British. Also joining the roster is the highly anticipated London Theatre at Sea with the Olivier Awards.
Delta Airlines shareholders buckled up for a 5% descent during the week. Carnival stock was the biggest sinker of the three stocks, losing 8% of its value. It was a great week to double up on the number of cruise stocks on this list to avoid.
Almost no company was hit harder by the coronavirus pandemic than Carnival (NYSE: CCL), the world's biggest cruise line operator. Unable to facilitate social distancing and dependent on global travel and leisure, cruise lines have essentially shut down during the crisis. The CDC has issued a conditional sail order that has effectively banned cruises in the U.S., and Carnival said in February that it would suspend U.S. sailings at least through May. Meanwhile, the broader prohibitions in international travel have also made it difficult to get cruises up and running again elsewhere.