Few research firms covering Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. (NYSE:RCL) have released earnings and stock price estimates. As per them, the stock can hit 94.10 in the next twelve months. The firm’s EPS in the past year was 3.02. Now, for the coming period, First Call EPS estimates stands at 1.23. The EPS projections for this fiscal and the next year is seen at 6.07 and 7.05 respectively.
In today’s session, the firm’s stock opened at 68.95. So far, it hit a high of 68.95 and it was the last trading at N/A. N/A, a N/A listed firm’s market cap now has reached at . The updated data indicates that the stock’s average daily was shares in the last three months.
Also, the technical data highlights that the 50-day MA/Moving Average of stock is , and the last price is away from this level. The analysis further reveals that the stock’s 52-week high is while 52-week low is . This means that if N/A share price moves north, it can hit the 52-week high, and if declines by points, it will hit the 52-week low.
Analysts reach a firm’s valuation by using different financial ratios including price-to-earnings ratio. By latest close price, N/A P/E is seen at . Investors divide a stock’s price by its EPS to get this ratio. For this fiscal, the firm’s P/E ratio is estimated to come at and for next fiscal it is estimated at .
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