LSE:CCL (Carnival)

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Carnival is a cruise operator with a portfolio of cruise brands in North America, Europe and Australia. In 2003 the company combined with P&O Princess Cruises to form one of the largest leisure travel companies in the world. The group now encompasses brands such as Carnival Cruise Lines, Holland America Line and Princess Cruises.

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Here’s why I think the Carnival share price will keep climbing

This Fool explains why he thinks the Carnival share price could keep climbing as the global economy reopens and cruises…

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Why I’ve turned positive on the Carnival share price

This Fool explains why he thinks the Carnival share price outlook has improved over the past few months and why…

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Is the Carnival share price set to soar?

The Carnival plc (LON:CCL) share price has started to recover and could rally over the next few months. Is this…

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This is what I plan to do about the Carnival share price!

The Carnival share price has rebounded strongly from last year's lows. Can it continue climbing or is this UK leisure…

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The Carnival share price is rising. Should I buy?

There’s momentum behind the Carnival share price. But does this mean I should buy? Here’s my take.

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Carnival’s share price is rising. Should I buy this ‘reopening’ stock now?

Since November, investors have piled into Carnival shares, pushing the share price up. Edward Sheldon looks at whether he should…

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Can Carnival shares double my money?

The Carnival share price has shown impressive growth in the past year, but could it double investors’ money again in…

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The Carnival share price has doubled: here’s what I would like to do

The Carnival share price has doubled after the sell-off in early 2020, due to Covid-19. Investors are positive due to…

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