|Denaro||77,01 x 800|
|Lettera||78,00 x 1300|
|Min-Max giorno||77,55 - 80,96|
|Intervallo di 52 settimane||64,20 - 99,24|
|Beta (5 anni mensile)||2,65|
|Rapporto PE (ttm)||N/D|
|Prossima data utili||21 feb 2022 - 25 feb 2022|
|Rendimento e dividendo (forward)||N/D (N/D)|
|Data ex dividendo||05 mar 2020|
|Stima target 1A||96,17|
The Miami-based global cruise vacation company Royal Caribbean reported worse-than-expected earnings and revenue in the third quarter as demand was hurt by rising rates of Covid-19.
The stock made an attempt to settle below the $67 level.
The Miami-based global cruise vacation company Royal Caribbean’s first-quarter earnings is expected to look similar to the previous quarter given it was another quarter of close to zero sailings, but remain upbeat on booking trends and sailing resumption, according to analysts at Morgan Stanley.