Is Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings (NYSE:NCLH) Using Too Much Debt?
Howard Marks put it nicely when he said that, rather than worrying about share price volatility, 'The possibility of...
Has the U.S. Hotels, Resorts and Cruise Lines Industry valuation changed over the past few years?
|Fri, 27 May 2022||US$327.4b||US$59.6b||-US$15,530,418,675.00||43.6x|
|Sun, 24 Apr 2022||US$401.6b||US$52.2b||-US$17,695,055,693.00||33x|
|Tue, 22 Mar 2022||US$400.4b||US$50.7b||-US$17,309,233,471.00||43x|
|Thu, 17 Feb 2022||US$468.9b||US$56.5b||-US$18,733,978,445.00||35.2x|
|Sat, 15 Jan 2022||US$366.5b||US$40.1b||-US$24,514,430,349.00||50.1x|
|Mon, 13 Dec 2021||US$361.3b||US$38.0b||-US$23,064,757,491.00||31.8x|
|Wed, 10 Nov 2021||US$408.8b||US$36.3b||-US$22,932,732,749.00||39.2x|
|Fri, 08 Oct 2021||US$367.1b||US$29.6b||-US$24,705,230,633.00||68.6x|
|Sun, 05 Sep 2021||US$338.9b||US$28.7b||-US$24,722,741,517.38||46.4x|
|Tue, 03 Aug 2021||US$313.6b||US$28.7b||-US$24,722,741,517.38||42.2x|
|Fri, 07 May 2021||US$376.4b||US$23.8b||-US$28,941,101,132.74||24.7x|
|Mon, 08 Feb 2021||US$311.5b||US$34.8b||-US$30,581,071,601.55||33x|
|Sun, 01 Nov 2020||US$159.6b||US$46.1b||-US$17,740,223,583.11||36.5x|
|Wed, 05 Aug 2020||US$139.6b||US$63.1b||-US$6,982,671,760.42||19.5x|
|Sat, 09 May 2020||US$140.8b||US$81.9b||US$3.6b||16x|
|Fri, 31 Jan 2020||US$216.7b||US$84.6b||US$13.5b||17.1x|
|Mon, 04 Nov 2019||US$232.6b||US$83.5b||US$12.2b||20.1x|
|Thu, 08 Aug 2019||US$280.4b||US$86.9b||US$13.2b||26x|
How does U.S. Hotels, Resorts and Cruise Lines compare with similar industries?
|Hotels, Resorts and Cruise Lines||0.58%|
|Casinos and Gaming||-3.58%|
Which companies have driven the market over the last 7 days?
|BKNG Booking Holdings||US$2.22k||5.6%|
|MAR Marriott International||US$170.17||8.4%|
|HLT Hilton Worldwide Holdings||US$138.47||5.1%|
|EXPE Expedia Group||US$130.29||2.9%|
|IHG InterContinental Hotels Group||US$62.18||4.8%|
Hilton Worldwide Holdings
Carnival Corporation &
Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings
Royal Caribbean Cruises
InterContinental Hotels Group
InterContinental Hotels Group has seen a significant rebound in revenue and cash flow to date. However, inflation stands to dent the appetite for hotel bookings. Moreover, current COVID lockdowns in China could significantly affect revenue performance.