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    Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd.

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    Last Updated: Jun 30, 2020 2:45 p.m. EDT Real time quote

    $ 16.39

    -0.1701 -1.03%
    Leisure/Arts/Hospitality 3.21%
    Previous Close
    $16.56
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    Volume: 34.3M 65 Day Avg: 60.6M
    56.50 vs Avg
    15.57 Day Range 16.51
    7.03 52 Week Range 59.78

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    Key Data

    • Open $16.21
    • Day Range 15.57 - 16.51
    • 52 Week Range 7.03 - 59.78
    • Market Cap $4.25B
    • Shares Outstanding 256.35M
    • Public Float 254.54M
    • Beta 1.81
    • Rev. per Employee $182.38K
    • P/E Ratio n/a
    • EPS $-5.04
    • Yield n/a
    • Dividend n/a
    • Ex-Dividend Date n/a
    • Short Interest 44.69M 06/15/20
    • % of Float Shorted 17.56%
    • Average Volume 60.63M

    Performance

    5 Day
    • -9.10%
    1 Month
    • -5.75%
    3 Month
    • 49.54%
    YTD
    • -71.94%
    1 Year
    • -69.50%

    Recent News

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    • WSJ

    Stocks Fall on Virus Spikes and Glum Economic Outlook

    A troubling rise in new coronavirus infections and a gloomy economic report from the International Monetary Fund rattled investors.

    by Barron's

    The Dow Drops and Travel Stocks Slide. Dell Is Soaring.

    U.S. markets are poised to open in the red as continued increases in the number of coronavirus cases in the U.S. sparked worries that business activity would be slow to resume to normal levels and even lead to new restrictions.

    by Barron's

    Norwegian Cruise Line stock price target raised to $15 from $11 at Deutsche Bank

    by Tomi Kilgore

    The Dow Rose 154 Points Because Tech Stocks Caught Fire

    Apple, Microsoft, and Nike surged, helping to lift the Dow. The Nasdaq rallied more than 1%.

    by Barron's

    Nasdaq Sets New Record, Gold Highest Since 2012

    Global stocks were mixed on Monday, on worries over signs of an uptick in coronavirus in key U.S. states and in Germany.

    by Barron's
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    Coronavirus update: Global case total tops 9 million and U.S. cases rises to 2.3 million, and don’t blame more testing

    by Tomi Kilgore

    Carnival extends pause of its North America cruises through Sept. 30

    Carnival Corp. said Monday that it is extending the operational pause of its cruises in North America to Sept. 30, marking the third time it has extended the pause since the original announcement of a pause on March 13 as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. The stock dropped 3.3% in morning trading. The announcement follows fellow cruise operator Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd.'s announcement last week that it was halting voyages through Sept. 30. Carnival said Monday that it was giving customers who wish to move their booking to a later date a future cruise credit and either a $300 or $600 onboard credit, and will also offer a full refund. Carnival's stock has shed 66.1% year to date, while the S&P 500 has lost 4.4%.

    by Tomi Kilgore

    The Dow Gains, but Tyson Foods and American Airlines Are Falling

    Stock futures climbed in early trading despite increases in coronavirus cases in some states, a hint that the market will continue a rally that has seen four consecutive weeks of gains for the Dow Jones Industrial Average.

    by Barron's

    Covid’s First 100 Days Hit These Industries Hardest

    The World Health Organization declared the coronavirus outbreak a pandemic on March 11. Here’s a look back on what happened, and what’s ahead in the next 100 days and beyond.

    by Barron's
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    A portfolio of stocks being bought by mom-and-pop investors is trouncing Wall St. pros — here’s what they’re buying

    by Mark DeCambre
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    Stock market gives up early gains to end lower as Apple plans to re-close stores and W.H.O. says coronavirus has entered ‘new and dangerous phase’

    by Mark DeCambre

    Stock market ends Friday trade mostly lower on signs of rising coronavirus cases but indexes book sharp weekly gains

    U.S. stock indexes on Friday gave up strong early gains to close mostly lower on the session, after the World Health Organization signaled that the coronavirus pandemic remains a deadly threat, and Apple said it will re-close nearly a dozen stores due to rising case counts. The Dow Jones Industrial Average finished 207 points, or 0.8%, lower at 25,871, the S&P 500 index closed 0.6% lower at 3,098, while the Nasdaq Composite Index finished virtually unchanged at 9,946. For the week, the Dow booked a 1% weekly gain, the S&P 500 returned 1.9% and the Nasdaq notched a 3.7% weekly advance. riday marked quadruple witching, which occurs on the third Friday of the month in March, June, September and December and can cause higher volumes and volatility as single-stock options, single-stock futures, and stock-index options and stock-futures all expire. In corporate news, Shares of Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings , Carnival Corp. , and Royal Caribbean Cruises tumbled after the Cruise Lines International Association announced a voluntary suspension of operations from U.S. ports until Sept. 15 due to the COVID-19 outbreak. The current no-sail order had been set to expire on July 24.

    by Mark DeCambre

    Cruise line stocks sink after industry association suspends U.S. operations until September 15 due to coronavirus

    Shares of major cruise lines sank in Friday trading after Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) announced a voluntary suspension of operations from U.S. ports until September 15 due to the COVID-19 outbreak. The current no-sail order was set to expire on July 24. "[I]t is increasingly clear that more time will be needed to resolve barriers to resumption in the United States," the association said in a statement. The news sent shares of Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd. down 7.5% in Friday trading. Carnival Corp. stock was down 6.4%. And Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. shares fell 7.3%. Al three are members of CLIA. Cruise line stocks have taken a beating in 2020, with Norwegian down 69.3% for the year to date, Carnival down 65.2% and Royal Caribbean taking a 58.6% tumble. The S&P 500 index is down 4.5% for 2020 so far.

    by Tonya Garcia

    WHO Chief Says the World Is Entering a “New and Dangerous Phase” of the Pandemic

    Here’s what you need to know to navigate the markets today.

    by Barron's

    Stocks Closed Down Slightly as Jobs Report Disappoints

    The latest figures on initial applications for unemployment benefits added to doubts about how quickly the U.S. economy will recover from the coronavirus crisis.

    by Barron's

    Carnival Loses More Than Expected Amid Sailing Ban

    Carnival, the world’s largest cruise operator, lost $3.30 a share in its fiscal second quarter on an adjusted basis, more than double FactSet’s consensus estimate.

    by Barron's

    Cruise stocks set for another selloff after Carnival's disappointing results

    Cruise stocks were headed for another selloff Thursday, this time after Carnival Corp. reported disappointing fiscal second-quarter results. Carnival's stock dropped 7.5% in premarket trading, after shedding 6.5% on Wednesday. Carnival reported earlier that it swung to a much wider-than-expected loss as revenue fell more than forecast amid the negative effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. Among its peers, shares of Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd. slumped 4.8% after falling 8.4% on Wednesday, and Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. slid 3.8% after shedding 7.2% on Wednesday. The selloff comes as futures for the S&P 500 dropped 0.7%. The previous day's selloff followed Norwegian's announcement that it was extending the suspension of cruise departures by at least two months.

    by Tomi Kilgore

    Bolton’s Trump Book Fails to Shake Up Stocks, but U.S. Steel and Carnival Are Dropping

    It’s a quieter summer morning for stocks. U.S. futures are mixed and overseas markets are moving less than they have in recent trading sessions.

    by Barron's
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    Norwegian Cruise investors can blame the CDC for extended cruise suspensions, analyst says

    by Tomi Kilgore

    U.S. Stocks Drop, Ending a Winning Streak

    The Dow ended the day in the red despite continued hope for fiscal and monetary stimulus worldwide.

    by Barron's

    Coronavirus Erases Guidance From 40% of S&P 500

    More than 40% of the companies in the S&P 500 have pulled their guidance, as the coronavirus pandemic has doused U.S. corporations in uncertainty, and their shares together have fallen more than the broader index.

    on The Wall Street Journal

    U.S. Stocks Drop as Coronavirus Infections Surge

    Several states reported new daily records of infections, adding to concerns about a second wave of cases around the world that could lead to renewed restrictions on business activity.

    on The Wall Street Journal

    Cruise Trade Group Suspends Trips to U.S. Ports Through September

    An international trade group for cruise lines said members will continue the suspension of trips to U.S. ports through mid-September because of the Covid-19 pandemic.

    on The Wall Street Journal

    Stocks Are Rising Again, Despite a Bumpy Path Ahead

    The Dow industrials and S&P 500 are up this week through Thursday. But there was more volatility—stocks have swung between gains and losses in every session this week.

    on The Wall Street Journal

    Carnival Posts Record Quarterly Loss

    Carnival reported a preliminary quarterly loss of more than $4 billion as the Covid-19 pandemic has idled ships, warning that it could breach a loan agreement in a prolonged sailing pause.

    on The Wall Street Journal

    Dow Industrials Fall, Snapping 3-Day Winning Streak

    Investors weighed signs of the economy recovering against a rise in coronavirus infections in the U.S. and China.

    on The Wall Street Journal

    Stocks Regain Strength, but Finish Week Lower

    The Dow and S&P 500 rose more than 1% following the biggest rout in the stock market since mid-March. But it wasn’t enough to prevent shares from falling for the week.

    on The Wall Street Journal

    S&P 500 Rebounds to Close in Positive Territory for the Year

    Shares of airlines, retailers, cruise liners and other companies tied to the reopening of the economy led the market higher on the heels of Friday’s upbeat jobs report. The technology-laden Nasdaq Composite index hit its first record close since February.

    on The Wall Street Journal

    Travel and Hospitality Companies Want Customers to See Them Cleaning

    Travel and leisure companies planning and hoping for the return of business are working to make sure customers feel safe.

    on The Wall Street Journal

    Investors Should Avoid Crowds Too

    Fans of in-person entertainment might seem anxious to return, but early looks can be deceiving.

    on The Wall Street Journal

    What I’ve Learned About Investing in the Time of Coronavirus

    Streetwise has made four big market calls this year, and they have ranged from the catastrophic to the inspired. Looking back is a useful exercise to try to apply the results to today’s investment decisions.

    on The Wall Street Journal

    Pandemic Punishes Dine-In Restaurants: Earnings at a Glance

    Quarterly results reported after the bell showed how the Covid-19 pandemic continues to harm dine-in restaurants while helping companies whose products can be delivered.

    on The Wall Street Journal

    Cruise Ship Photographer’s Once-in-a-Lifetime Shot Anchors Just Out of Reach

    The Covid-19 pandemic has left glitzy fleets idled in the Bahamas—the picture of the century, he says, if only he could get close enough to take it.

    on The Wall Street Journal

    Wendy’s, Walt Disney, Nintendo: Stocks That Defined the Week

    Here are seven major companies whose shares moved on the week’s news.

    on The Wall Street Journal

    Norwegian Cruise Line Seeks Cash Infusion to Stay Afloat

    Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd. said it won’t be able to remain in business without a significant influx of money as the coronavirus pandemic has halted global travel and battered the company.

    on The Wall Street Journal

    Carnival to Resume Some Cruise Sailings

    Carnival Cruise Line said it plans to resume sailings on eight ships departing from Florida and Texas beginning August 1.

    on The Wall Street Journal

    Cruise Ships Set Sail Knowing the Deadly Risk to Passengers and Crew

    A Wall Street Journal investigation found scores of cruise ships that began voyages in early March ferried Covid-19 to the U.S. and ports of call world-wide.

    on The Wall Street Journal

    Tech Stocks Nearly Push Nasdaq Out of Red

    As investors assess a market and economy jolted by the coronavirus pandemic, they are betting the technology stocks that drove much of the recent bull rally will lead the way to recovery.

    on The Wall Street Journal

    U.S. Stocks Drop Along With Oil Prices

    U.S. stocks slid to start another potentially volatile week as investors continued to try to gauge the extent of the economic damage from the coronavirus pandemic.

    on The Wall Street Journal

    Coronavirus Leaves Cruise Ship Workers in Limbo

    A month after major cruise operators suspended their sailings, tens of thousands of crew workers remain stranded at sea indefinitely, raising the prospect that some will stop getting paid before they reach shore.

    on The Wall Street Journal

    Recent News

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    There’s No Smooth Sailing For Royal Caribbean

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    Stock Market News for Jun 29, 2020

    Benchmarks tumbled on Friday after several U.S. states rolled back some reopening measures due to the spike in new coronavirus cases, raising investors??? concern regarding economic recovery.

    on Zacks.com

    What Will It Take for Carnival Corporation Stock to Surge Higher Again?

    What Will It Take for Carnival Corporation Stock to Surge Higher Again?

    on InvestorPlace.com

    Coronavirus Erases Guidance From 40% of S&P 500

    More than 40% of the companies in the S&P 500 have pulled their guidance, as the coronavirus pandemic has doused U.S. corporations in uncertainty, and their shares together have fallen more than the broader index.

    on The Wall Street Journal

    Buy NCLH Stock as Cruise Stocks Rebound from Covid-19 Fears

    Buy NCLH Stock as Cruise Stocks Rebound from Covid-19 Fears

    on InvestorPlace.com

    3 Cruise Stocks to Buy as the World Returns to Normal

    3 Cruise Stocks to Buy as the World Returns to Normal

    on InvestorPlace.com

    30 Stocks to Sell Before Their Death Rattle

    30 Stocks to Sell Before Their Death Rattle

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    on Seeking Alpha

    Norwegian Cruise Line (NCLH) Outpaces Stock Market Gains: What You Should Know

    Norwegian Cruise Line (NCLH) closed at $16.08 in the latest trading session, marking a +1.77% move from the prior day.

    on Zacks.com

    Avoid Carnival Cruise as It Extends Its Cruise Suspensions

    Avoid Carnival Cruise as It Extends Its Cruise Suspensions

    on InvestorPlace.com

    QURE, RCL among premarket losers

    QURE, RCL among premarket losers

    on Seeking Alpha

    There’s Too Much Choppy Water Around Carnival Stock

    There’s Too Much Choppy Water Around Carnival Stock

    on InvestorPlace.com

    Markets Sell Off on Rise in COVID Cases; KB 亚游真人官方网站home Misses Ests

    Following 6 weeks of lowering levels ahead of the economy reopening, we are starting to see nasty spikes in new cases from certain states.

    on Zacks.com

    U.S. Stocks Drop as Coronavirus Infections Surge

    Several states reported new daily records of infections, adding to concerns about a second wave of cases around the world that could lead to renewed restrictions on business activity.

    on The Wall Street Journal

    Betting On Norwegian

    Betting On Norwegian

    on Seeking Alpha

    Wednesday Morning Market Highlights

    Wednesday Morning Market Highlights

    on GuruFocus.com

    Barclays cools on cruise line stocks as recovery picks

    Barclays cools on cruise line stocks as recovery picks

    on Seeking Alpha

    Carnival (CCL) Stock Down on Cruise Suspension Extension

    Carnival (CCL) extends the suspension of its operations of cruises in North America through Sep 30, 2020.

    on Zacks.com

    Royal Caribbean's JV Pullmantur Files for Restructuring

    Royal Caribbean (RCL) and Cruises Investment Holding JV Pullmantur Cruceros to reorganize due to hindrance caused by coronavirus pandemic.

    on Zacks.com

    Thinking about buying stock in Zomedica Pharmaceuticals, Nio Inc, Advanced Micro Devices, Norwegian Cruise Line, or Zynerba Pharmaceuticals?

    Thinking about buying stock in Zomedica Pharmaceuticals, Nio Inc, Advanced Micro Devices, Norwegian Cruise Line, or Zynerba Pharmaceuticals?

    on PR Newswire - PRF

    Thinking about trading options or stock in Norwegian Cruise Line, Inovio Pharmaceuticals, VBI Vaccines, Sonos Inc, or Boeing?

    Thinking about trading options or stock in Norwegian Cruise Line, Inovio Pharmaceuticals, VBI Vaccines, Sonos Inc, or Boeing?

    on PR Newswire - PRF

    Stocks Tail off on Energy Weakness

    Stocks Tail off on Energy Weakness

    on Baystreet.ca

    Stocks Give Back Hefty Gains

    Stocks Give Back Hefty Gains

    on Baystreet.ca

    Stocks Wilt on Outbreak Worries

    Stocks Wilt on Outbreak Worries

    on Baystreet.ca

    Massive Declines by North American Stocks

    Massive Declines by North American Stocks

    on Baystreet.ca

    Thinking about trading options or stock in VMware, Peloton, Cronos Group, Boeing, or Norwegian Cruise Line?

    Thinking about trading options or stock in VMware, Peloton, Cronos Group, Boeing, or Norwegian Cruise Line?

    on PR Newswire - PRF

    Mega Cap US Companies With Strong Market Cap: $JNJ $GOLD $NCLH

    Mega Cap US Companies With Strong Market Cap: $JNJ $GOLD $NCLH

    on The Market Signal

    Thinking about buying stock in Virgin Galactic, Miragen Therapeutics, Nantkwest Inc, Agenus Inc, or Norwegian Cruise Line?

    Thinking about buying stock in Virgin Galactic, Miragen Therapeutics, Nantkwest Inc, Agenus Inc, or Norwegian Cruise Line?

    on PR Newswire - PRF

    TSX in Green on Tech Strength

    TSX in Green on Tech Strength

    on Baystreet.ca

    TSX Sinks on Day, Still Enjoys Weekly Advance

    TSX Sinks on Day, Still Enjoys Weekly Advance

    on Baystreet.ca

    S&P 500 Movers: HRB, AAP

    S&P 500 Movers: HRB, AAP

    on MarketNewsVideo.com

    Thinking about buying stock in Evolus Inc, Atlas Financial, Norwegian Cruise Line, Zomedica Pharmaceuticals, or Nio Inc?

    Thinking about buying stock in Evolus Inc, Atlas Financial, Norwegian Cruise Line, Zomedica Pharmaceuticals, or Nio Inc?

    on PR Newswire - PRF

    S&P 500 Movers: NCLH, LOW

    S&P 500 Movers: NCLH, LOW

    on MarketNewsVideo.com

    Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd. Announces Extension of Suspension of Voyages

    Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd. Announces Extension of Suspension of Voyages

    on GlobeNewswire

    Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd. Announces Extension of Suspension of Voyages

    Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd. Announces Extension of Suspension of Voyages

    on GlobeNewswire

    S&P 500 Movers: NCLH, EA

    S&P 500 Movers: NCLH, EA

    on MarketNewsVideo.com

    Thinking about buying stock in vTv Therapeutics, Norwegian Cruise Line, IZEA Worldwide, Spirit Airlines, or Nokia?

    Thinking about buying stock in vTv Therapeutics, Norwegian Cruise Line, IZEA Worldwide, Spirit Airlines, or Nokia?

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    S&P 500 Movers: OKE, AAL

    S&P 500 Movers: OKE, AAL

    on MarketNewsVideo.com

    S&P 500 Movers: OKE, REGN

    S&P 500 Movers: OKE, REGN

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    Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd.

    Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd. engages in cruise business. It provides cruise experiences for travelers with itineraries in North America, Mediterranean, Baltic, Central America, Bermuda and Caribbean. It also offers an entirely inter-island itinerary in Hawaii. Its brands include Norwegian Cruise Line, Oceania Cruises, and Regent Seven Seas Cruses. The company was founded in 2010 and is headquartered in Miami, FL. (See Full Profile)

    Analyst Ratings

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    Number of Ratings 19 Full Ratings

    Competitors

    Name Chg % Market Cap
    Carnival PLC ADR 3.17% $11.83B
    Carnival Corp. -1.40% $11.83B
    SEACOR Holdings Inc. 0.32% $574.81M
    Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. -0.46% $10.53B
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