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February 25, 2013
06:59 EDTCCL, RCLCruise ships don't have backup power despite UN rule, NY Times says
Cruise ships lack backup engines and generators, despite a rule issued by a UN agency which requires them to have such equipment, The New York Times reported. Meanwhile, government regulation of the ships is lax, the newspaper indicated. Reference Link
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October 24, 2014
08:45 EDTRCLRoyal Caribbean sell-off unwarranted, says Stifel
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October 23, 2014
14:44 EDTRCLRoyal Caribbean has a conference call hosted by UBS
UBS Analyst Farley hosts a conference call with CFO Jason Liberty and Laura Hodges, Investor Relations on October 23 at 3 pm.
08:38 EDTRCLRoyal Caribbean sees FY15 EPS $4.55, consensus $4.60
The company is experiencing strong early booking trends for 2015. Booked load factors and APDs are higher than same time last year and the booking window has extended. Europe sailings are off to a particularly good start, with strong booking trends from North America and from Europe. Caribbean pricing pressure continues through the first quarter, but we expect it to improve thereafter. The company has sufficient visibility into 2015 to say that it is comfortable with the Street consensus of $4.55 per share.
08:37 EDTRCLRoyal Caribbean sees Q4 adjusted EPS 35c-40c, consensus 46c
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08:36 EDTRCLRoyal Caribbean: Trajectory for 2014 continues along path described 3 months ago
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08:35 EDTRCLRoyal Caribbean sees FY14 $3.45, consensus $3.51
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08:35 EDTRCLRoyal Caribbean reports Q3 net yields up 4.2% on constant currency basis
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08:34 EDTRCLRoyal Caribbean: Early bookings for 2915 are robust
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08:34 EDTRCLRoyal Caribbean reports Q3 adjusted EPS $2.20, consensus $2.19
Reports Q3 revenue $2.39B, consensus $2.40B
October 19, 2014
13:39 EDTCCLCarnival cruise passenger tests negative for Ebola, Reuters says
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October 17, 2014
08:24 EDTCCLCarnival ship asked to return to U.S. over Ebola concern
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October 16, 2014
15:36 EDTRCLRoyal Caribbean volatility elevated on wide price movement
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13:25 EDTCCLCarnival Cruise Lines volatility elevated after sharp sell off
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October 15, 2014
10:49 EDTCCLHigh option volume stocks
05:21 EDTCCLCarnival, CSSC sign MOU
Carnival announced it has signed a memorandum of understanding, or MOU, with the China State Shipbuilding Corporation, or CSSC, to explore the possibility of a joint venture aimed at accelerating the development and growth of the Chinese cruise industry, expected to be one of the largest cruise markets in the world with 4.5M passengers by 2020, according to the Chinese Ministry of Transport, or MOT. Becoming official at a signing ceremony today at the Ninth China Cruise Shipping and International Cruise Expo in Tianjin, the MOU outlines the framework for exploration of a partnership between Carnival Corporation and the CSSC that includes the possibility of forming a shipbuilding joint venture that could become a three-way arrangement involving Fincantieri of Italy, the world's largest cruise ship building company, in support of the Chinese government's plans to grow the cruising industry in China and meet escalating demand for cruises from Chinese travelers. As part of the possible shipbuilding joint venture, Carnival Corporation would work closely with CSSC and Fincantieri to help define the first-ever, world-class cruise ship built in China. Carnival Corporation, the world's leading cruise operator, has been involved in building modern cruise ships that exceed guest expectations more than any entity in the world. Under the joint venture concept, Carnival Corporation would provide its ship design and shipbuilding expertise to create the vision, definition and overall specifications for the China-built cruise ship.

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