Despite coronavirus fears, the cruise ship giant sees many reasons for optimism heading into 2020.
News & Analysis: Royal Caribbean
Multiple companies cite coronavirus concerns in issuing earnings warnings.
The coronavirus is going to cut into current quarter results.
But, in its earnings report, the cruise giant said it still sees robust vacation demand growth around the world for 2020.
RCL earnings call for the period ending December 31, 2019.
Cancellations will reduce 2020 earnings by about 2%.
It's not time to panic, but these stocks could be in for some short-term pain.
The cruise giant posts its 2020 outlook in just a few days.
Cruise line operators are already planning for the Wuhan coronavirus to affect their business. How should investors react?
Fears of a growing coronavirus outbreak from Wuhan, China, are causing a sell-off of airline and cruise shares.