|Day Low/High||41.65 / 42.19|
|52 Wk Low/High||39.92 / 59.24|
We are not sure that the positive technicals in Carnival's chart are sustainable.
For Friday December 18, TheStreet awaits earnings results from BlackBerry (BBRY), CarMax (KMX), Carnival (CCL), Darden Restaurants (DRI) and Lennar (LEN).
Red flags in equities were rising before Friday's horrific events.
The market may be about to see a disastrous earnings season for retailers.
Jim Cramer, TheStreet’s Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager and host of CNBC’s ‘Mad Money,’ said he wants to buy more Bank of America(BAC) shares on a pullback.
The cruise industry is making waves in China, with nearly 20 million people taking a cruise last year.
But don't toss out stocks just because the "action" is so negative.
For Tuesday September 22, TheStreet awaits quarterly results from Carnival (CCL), General Mills (GIS), AutoZone (AZO), ConAgra Foods (CAG), CarMax (KMX), and Darden Restaurants (DRI).
Financial and technology names led the way up, while health care stocks lagged.
For the week of September 21, TheStreet awaits quarterly results from Lennar (LEN), Red Hat (RHT), General Mills (GIS), AutoZone (AZO), ConAgra (CAG), Darden Restaurants (DRI), Nike (NKE) and more.
The red-hot dollar makes overseas trips more affordable, which is benefiting this trio.
There are some good buying ideas among these stocks.
Earnings season can provide valuable insight into the health of the economy.
Carnival (CCL) CEO discusses the cruise company’s plans to enter new markets and meet its goal of a double-digit return on investor capital in the next three to four years.
Here are some of the best hotels, resorts, and cruise lines TheStreet Quant Ratings says you should consider looking at.
For Tuesday, June 23 TheStreet outlines notable companies scheduled to report their quarterly financial results as well as key economic data to watch on Wall Street.
Will you bet against Sonic's earnings because of Grexit?
For the week of June 22, TheStreet highlights Yahoo! Inc's (YHOO) shareholder meeting, along with the key earnings reports and economic data Wall Street will be watching.
A preference for 'dessert before dinner' has benefited discretionary income stocks.
This tells us the decline, in the intermediate term, is not over.
We're going to be bigger than the boomers, so pay attention, investors.