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Norwegian revolutionized the "freestyle cruising" philosophy. Now, it is using its young fleet to drive growth.
Darden Restaurants reports quarterly results before the bell Thursday. Nike and Carnival Cruise Lines are also set to report. TheStreet's Jim Cramer makes a taper play.
Despite all its bad publicity, Carnival Cruise Lines is a seaworthy options play.
Stocks sank Wednesday due to uncertainty over the strength of the recovery and whether a budget deal can be reached before the government shuts down.
A potential government shutdown has caused stocks to stall while Ascena retail shoots higher, Clovis can't find a buyer and Carnival sinks.
In the coming week, traders will be watching results from Lennar and KB Homes, as well as Nike and the report on consumer confidence for September.
The latest estimate of gross domestic product for the January to March period has been revised down to growth of 1.8%, from an earlier estimate of 2.4%.
Here is what Wall Street analysts are up to this morning. Analysts' actions: Bernstein upgrades T. Rowe Price (TROW) to Outperform. Coach (COH) is downgraded to Equal-weight at Morgan Stanley. Sterne Agee lowers Beazer (BZH) to Neutral. UBS raises M...
Norwegian Cruise Line CEO Kevin Sheehan says he isn't worried about industry overcapacity and discusses his company's latest ship, Breakaway.
Travel stocks are only starting to reflect the fact that tourism is fast becoming the globe's largest business, Elizabeth Becker, author of Overbooked, tells Gregg Greenberg.
Corruption at Corrections Corp., Carnival's bruises and a 5 Dumbest shout-out to Boston are among Gregg Greenberg's standouts this week.
Weakness in a company's business could mean poor earnings and reduced guidance.
Look out, Letterman and Leno. Gregg Greenberg hosts a special April Fools' edition of The Five Dumbest Things on Wall Street.
Keep an eye on all three of these for an entry, but hold off buying until the technicals say so.