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Carnival Share Price (CCL)

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Price 3,689.00on 20-09-2019 at 16:30:00
Change 2.00 0.05%
Buy 3,668.00
Sell 3,663.00
Buy / Sell CCL Shares
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Last Trade: Buy 6 at 3,689.00p
Day's Volume: 1,311,410
Last Close: 3,687.00p
Open: 3,680.00p
ISIN: GB0031215220
Day's Range 3,652.00p - 3,705.00p
52wk Range: 3,325.00p - 5,030.00p
Market Capitalisation: £26,292m
VWAP: 0.00p
Shares in Issue: 713m

Recent Trades History Carnival (CCL)

Buy/Sell Volume Trade Prc Trade Type Trade Time
Delayed publication
17:36:00 - 20-Sep-19
Delayed publication
17:27:03 - 20-Sep-19
17:46:31 - 20-Sep-19
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17:45:08 - 20-Sep-19
17:41:22 - 20-Sep-19
16:58:02 - 20-Sep-19
16:38:32 - 20-Sep-19
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Share Price History for Carnival

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Date Open High Low Close
18th Sep 2019 (Wed)3,732.003,748.003,687.003,700.50
17th Sep 2019 (Tue)3,721.003,750.003,648.003,718.50
16th Sep 2019 (Mon)3,775.003,791.003,707.003,780.00
13th Sep 2019 (Fri)3,766.003,864.003,765.003,856.00
12th Sep 2019 (Thu)3,800.003,803.003,741.003,755.50
11th Sep 2019 (Wed)3,782.003,813.003,728.003,805.50
10th Sep 2019 (Tue)3,621.003,771.003,619.003,734.50
9th Sep 2019 (Mon)3,544.003,623.003,487.003,609.00
6th Sep 2019 (Fri)3,484.003,528.003,477.003,522.50
5th Sep 2019 (Thu)3,460.003,500.003,425.003,484.00
4th Sep 2019 (Wed)3,436.003,486.003,423.003,458.00
3rd Sep 2019 (Tue)3,448.003,515.003,404.003,417.50
2nd Sep 2019 (Mon)3,448.003,498.003,448.003,487.00
30th Aug 2019 (Fri)3,466.003,476.003,445.003,446.00
29th Aug 2019 (Thu)3,378.003,468.003,376.003,380.00
28th Aug 2019 (Wed)3,380.003,393.003,325.003,380.00
27th Aug 2019 (Tue)3,360.003,432.003,332.003,403.50
26th Aug 2019 (Mon)00.000.003,443.00
23rd Aug 2019 (Fri)3,509.003,557.003,477.003,497.50
22nd Aug 2019 (Thu)3,569.003,572.003,487.003,497.50
21st Aug 2019 (Wed)3,547.003,609.003,547.003,580.00

CCL - Carnival Investor Summary

Carnival plc is the world's largest cruise operator, operating through 12 global brands and with a current fleet of around 100 vessels. The roots of the company began in the early 1970s when the Carnival Cruise Lines Company was founded in the USA. The result of mergers and acquisitions, most significantly the premium operator, Holland America Line, eventually led to the establishment of the Carnival Corporation in 1994. Carnival also operated a charter air line business in the late 1980s which was later divested and merged with Pan-America Airlines in 1997.

Currently one of the company's most recognisable brands is P&O Cruises, which was split off from the larger P&O ferry business in 2000 (under the brand 'P&O Princess') and merged with Carnival Corporation in 2001. The company also owns the historic Cunard Line, which currently operates the Queen Mary 2, the world's largest ocean liner, in addition to operating some of the world's largest other liners such as the Star Princess, Caribbean Princess and Carnival Destiny. Some of the company's other brands include AIDA (Germany), Ocean Village (UK), Princess Cruises (USA), Swan Hellenic (UK) and Iberocruceros (Spain). Despite a worldwide presence, two thirds of the company's revenue is generated in the North American market. The company is dual listed on the NYSE and the LSE with UK headquarters in London and US headquarters in Miami. In 2007 the company generated revenues of over £13 billion with a net profit of £2.4 billion.

News about Carnival (CCL)

FTSE Gains 46 Points

News - Wednesday, June 27, 2018

The FTSE 100 ended the day up by 46 points, boosted by the weak pound and by a strong performance from Carnival Corp, whose shares increased as the company bounced back from a poor performance at the start of the weak. The FTSE 100 is now sitting at 7,555....

FTSE Under Pressure as Carnival and RBS Struggle

News - Wednesday, June 06, 2018

The FTSE 100 slipped by 0.5 percent, pulling back from a two week high, with RBS and Carnival being two of the weaker performers....

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