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Trump and Clinton take center stage and square off Monday night while Deutsche Bank won't be getting any help from Angela Merkel.
Jim Cramer is keeping an eye on quarterly results from Carnival, which are set to be released on Monday before the markets open.
These stocks are fundamentally sound, but technically treading water.
Shares of Carnival were lower Friday after Morgan Stanley downgraded the stock to Underweight.
NCLH's Frank Del Rio just put his money where his mouth is.
Royal Caribbean and Carnival face negative pressures; don't bargain hunt yet.
U.S. stocks struggle to hold onto slight gains after a terrorist attack overnight casts a shadow over global markets.
When assessing China's economy, Jim Cramer is focused on the consumer, not the industrials.
Carnival Cruise and Nike enthuse about the Chinese consumer.
On Tuesday, June 28, investors will keep an eye on some key economic data and earnings.
Mounting sentiment that the United Kingdom will remain part of the European Union helped buoy stocks Monday.
If CCL rallies again toward the $49-$50 resistance area, it should be sold.
TheStreet's Jim Cramer says investors should buy stock of Honeywell on the next market swoon.
Carnival is setting sail to new destinations, and sees solid bookings and earnings growth for the remainder of the year.
Lululemon and Carnival show you the dangers of underestimating a stock.
TheStreet's Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer is feeling more optimistic about shares of Carnival.
On Wednesday March 30, we have Lululemon, Carnival, and Micron Technology all reporting quarterly results.
It has sure been quite the week for the cruise line industry.
We have a flawed asset class that doesn't trade on anything but whim.
Investors are jumping ship on Carnival and Royal Caribbean Cruises.
Spread of virus in Central and South America could hurt travel companies.
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.