Carnival traded at 626.20 this Monday July 4th, decreasing 30.60 or 4.66 percent since the previous trading session. Looking back, over the last four weeks, Carnival lost 37.12 percent. Over the last 12 months, its price fell by 62.49 percent. Looking ahead, we forecast Carnival to be priced at 639.07 by the end of this quarter and at 588.69 in one year, according to Trading Economics global macro models projections and analysts expectations.


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Peers Price Day Year
Accor 25.80 -0.13 -0.50% -20.00%
Carnival 626.20 -30.60 -4.66% -62.49%
Carnival 8.82 0.17 1.97% -66.16%
Compass Group 1,729.50 1.50 0.09% 8.09%
Dalata Hotel Group PLC 3.43 -0.07 -2.00% -11.27%
Elior Group 2.10 -0.09 -4.29% -68.62%
Flutter Entertainment 8,346.00 64.00 0.77% -38.97%
Hilton Worldwide 112.99 1.55 1.39% -10.90%
Intercontinental 4,303.00 -55.00 -1.26% -12.70%
Marriott International 139.18 3.17 2.33% -1.47%
Melia Hotels 5.88 -0.09 -1.51% -10.61%
OPAP 13.94 0.24 1.75% 10.81%
Royal Caribbean Cruises 35.29 0.38 1.09% -58.98%
Sodexo 72.54 2.76 3.96% -10.60%
Whitbread 2,454.00 -55.00 -2.19% -24.26%

Indexes Price Day Year
GB100 7233 64.00 0.89% 0.95%

Carnival
Carnival PLC is a leisure travel company. The Company provides vacations to various cruise destinations throughout the world. It operates across North America, Australia, Europe and Asia. Its segments include North America and Australia (NAA) Segment, Europe and Asia (EA) Segment and Cruise Support segment. The NAA segment includes various brands, such as Carnival Cruise Line, Princess Cruises, Holland America Line, P&O Cruises (Australia) and Seabourn. The EA segment includes the Costa Cruises (Costa), AIDA Cruises (AIDA), P&O Cruises (UK) and Cunard brands. Its Cruise Support segment includes its portfolio of port destinations and other services, all of which are operated for the benefit of its cruise brands. The Company also owns Holland America Princess Alaska Tours, a tour company in Alaska and the Canadian Yukon, which complements its Alaska cruise operations. This tour company and cruise ships, which it charter-out under long-term leases, comprise its Tour and Other segment.