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Why Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. Shares Fell 19% in 2016
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The stock plunged by as much as 35% early in the year and only recovered some of those losses to end the year significantly behind the broader market and its 10% rise. Rival Carnival (NYSE:CCL) also lost to the market last year, but by a smaller margin.
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Why Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. Shares Fell 19% in 2016
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The stock plunged by as much as 35% early in the year and only recovered some of those losses to end the year significantly behind the broader market and its 10% rise. Rival Carnival (NYSE:CCL) also lost to the market last year, but by a smaller margin.
Option Market: Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. Risk Hits An Inflection PointCML News
Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. (RCL) Downgraded by Goldman Sachs Group Inc. to "Sell"Sports Perspectives
The Nationwide Fund Advisors Reduces Stake in Royal Caribbean …DailyQuint
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Why Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. Shares Fell 19% in 2016
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A few worrying trends combined to push investor sentiment lower on Royal Caribbean's business. The biggest of these was a slowdown in vacation demand in key markets like Latin America, the Mediterranean, and Australia, but Wall Street early in the year ...
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