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Carnival Corp (CCL.N)

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22 Feb 2018
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Tue, Dec 19 2017

UPDATE 1-Cruise operator Carnival beats Street on boost from ticket prices

Dec 19 Carnival Corp, the world's largest cruise operator, reported better-than-expected quarterly results on Tuesday as higher ticket prices helped offset a hit from hurricanes.

CORRECTED-Carnival reports 8 percent rise in fourth-quarter revenue

Dec 19 Carnival Corp, the world's largest cruise operator, reported a 8.2 percent rise in quarterly revenue on an uptick in ticket prices amid strong consumer demand.

BRIEF-Carnival Corp Reports Q4 Gaap Earnings Per Share $0.76

* ORATION & PLC REPORTS FULL YEAR AND FOURTH QUARTER EARNINGS

BRIEF-Carnival Cruise Line​ ‍signs marine LNG agreement with Shell NA LNG

* Signed agreement with Shell NA LNG LLC to be its supplier of marine LNG for fully LNG-powered cruise ships in North America Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:

UPDATE 1-Carnival sees hurricane-whipped Caribbean rebounding by winter

Sept 28 Carnival Corp's chief executive said on Thursday that the cruise company expected Puerto Rico and the Caribbean to rebound by winter after hurricanes that wrecked havoc on the islands.

Carnival business disrupted but CEO sees Caribbean rebound by winter

Carnival Corp's chief executive said on Thursday damage from recent devastating storms in Puerto Rico and the Caribbean will temporarily disrupt the cruise operator's business, but a robust holiday season is still expected as the region likely recovers by Christmas.

Carnival business disrupted but CEO sees Caribbean rebound by winter

Sept 28 Carnival Corp's chief executive said on Thursday damage from recent devastating storms in Puerto Rico and the Caribbean will temporarily disrupt the cruise operator's business, but a robust holiday season is still expected as the region likely recovers by Christmas.

UPDATE 2-Cruise stocks bounce as Carnival says Caribbean back in business

Sept 26 Cruise operator Carnival Corp rode out the first effects of a devastating hurricane season for the Caribbean to raise its full-year forecast for earnings on Tuesday and report a better than expected quarter to the end of August.

BRIEF-Carnival CEO- "Caribbean is open for business and is going strong"

* On conf call- "Caribbean is open for business and is going strong"

BRIEF-Carnival Corporation Q3 GAAP earnings per share $1.83

* Q3 earnings per share view $2.20 -- Thomson Reuters I/B/E/S

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