Carnival, Royal Caribbean, and Norwegian Cruise Line are taking a financial beating from the coronavirus - here's how much the companies predict it will hurt earnings this year
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Carnival Cruise Line's Carnival Victory ship.
- The Wuhan coronavirus has had a significant impact on the cruise industry this year.
- Dozens of cruises have been canceled or changed.
- Carnival Corp., Royal Caribbean Cruises, and Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings have predicted that the coronavirus will hurt their earnings this year.
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The Wuhan coronavirus has forced cruise lines to cancel or change the itineraries for dozens of cruises this year, and that number could rise in the future.
The world's three biggest cruise companies - Carnival Corp., Royal Caribbean Cruises, and Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings - have predicted that the adjustments caused by the coronavirus will hurt their financial performance this year.
These are the most recent projections that Carnival, Royal Caribbean, and Norwegian have made about the financial impact they expect the coronavirus to have in 2020.