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RCL - Royal Caribbean Group
1.40(1.62%)9:03:23 PM 3/8/2021
Royal Caribbean Group, formerly known as Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd., is an American global cruise holding company incorporated in Liberia and based in Miami, Florida, US. It is the world's second-largest cruise line operator, after Carnival Corporation & plc. As of July 2020, Royal Caribbean Group fully owns four cruise lines: Royal Caribbean International, Celebrity Cruises, Azamara Cruises, and Silversea Cruises. They also hold a 50% stake in TUI Cruises and the now-defunct Pullmantur Cruises and CDF Croisières de France. Previously Royal Caribbean Group also owned 50% of Island Cruises, but this was sold to TUI Travel PLC in October 2008. Royal Caribbean Group was formed as Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. in 1997 when Royal Caribbean Cruise Line purchased Celebrity Cruises. The decision was made to keep the two cruise line brands separate following the merger; as a result Royal Caribbean Cruise Line was re-branded Royal Caribbean International and Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. was established as the new parent company of both Royal Caribbean International and Celebrity Cruises.
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Stock Statistics
PE Ratio-3.2
PEG Ratio0.1
P/S (ttm)10.0
Earning Growth (QoQ)
Revenue Growth (QoQ)
Short %6%
Held by Institutions %61%
1 Day Vol Adjusted Return0.4
1 Month Vol Adjusted Return5.7
3 Month Vol Adjusted Return1.2
6 Month Vol Adjusted Return7.7
20 Days SMA Price ZScore0.5
50 Days SMA Price ZScore1.4
12 -26 Days PPO6.2
1 Month Average Short Volume Ratio42.2
1 Day Volume Change ZScore-0.7
1 Month Daily Vol4.2
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