The cruise ship giant's management is still bullish on the long term even as a key metric slipped into negative territory in Q3.
News & Analysis: Carnival
Weaker demand in several key markets is pressuring the cruise ship leader's business.
Peloton fell on its first day as a public company, and Carnival reported a strong quarter but warned about future results.
The cruise line's 2019 guidance didn't please investors.
Carnival discloses a slowdown in booking trends, and FactSet predicts flat earnings.
CCL earnings call for the period ending August 31, 2019.
The world's largest cruise ship operator lowers its earnings guidance for the third time this fiscal year. The stock closes in on last month's three-year lows.
Both current-year expectations and an initial read on fiscal 2020 were dampened by the impact of one of the cruise operator's largest expense components.
The cruise giant might lower its profit outlook for the third straight time in its upcoming earnings report.
Recent earning releases haven't been kind to Carnival shares, and the company's imminent report is fraught with potential pitfalls.