Carnival Beats Earnings Estimates, but Fuel and Food Costs Soar

Carnival shares were rising Wednesday after the cruise operator posted a narrower loss for its fiscal fourth quarter. However, revenue missed expectations and high costs related to food and fuel negatively impacted results.

Oil Prices Could Rise After Latest EU Sanctions on Russia

The European Union’s ban on seaborne imports of Russian oil, along with the Group of Seven’s plan to cap prices of oil from Russia early next month won’t guarantee that prices for the commodity will see a lasting rally, or that supplies will tighten further in the days ahead. “In isolation, the sanctions on Russia … Read more

UiPath Stock Sinks on Cut to Fiscal-Year Revenue Forecast

Text size UiPath, the robotic-process automation software company, cut its revenue outlook for the fiscal year. Courtesy UiPath UiPath stock was sinking Wednesday after the robotic-process automation software company cut its outlook for fiscal-year revenue citing “foreign exchange and macroeconomic volatility.” For the third quarter, UpPath (ticker: PATH) said it expects revenue of $243 million to $245 … Read more

Norwegian Stock Sinks as It Predicts Losses to Continue

Text size The cruise company predicted it would continue to be unprofitable in the third quarter. Alexandre Meneghini/Reuters/Alamy Shares of Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings fell in premarket trading Tuesday after the cruise company predicted it would continue to be unprofitable in the third quarter. Norwegian (ticker: NCLH ) posted a second-quarter adjusted loss of $478.3 … Read more

Disney, Coinbase, BioNTech, Rivian, and Other Stocks to Watch This Week

Text size Second-quarter earnings season continues this week, while a pair of July inflation figures and consumer sentiment surveys will be the highlights on the economic-data calendar. On Monday, Tyson Foods , BioNTech , AIG, and Take-Two Interactive Software will report. Coinbase Global, Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings , Sysco , and Ralph Lauren go on … Read more

China’s Bet on Sending Its Exports Through Russia Hits Setback

Sanctions imposed on Russia are disrupting China’s ambitions to move more exports to Europe, a setback for the $4 trillion effort championed by Chinese leader Xi Jinping to cement his country as the world’s pre-eminent trading partner. Although the European Union has yet to officially ban imports passing through Russia, inbound rail-cargo shipments have all … Read more

UiPath Stock Sinks as Revenue Outlook Below Forecasts

Text size Courtesy UiPath UiPath shares were sinking in premarket trading Thursday after the robotic-process automation software company reported a wider-than-expected loss in the fourth quarter and issued a first-quarter revenue forecast that also was below Wall Street expectations. UiPath (ticker: PATH) posted a loss of 12 cents a share in the quarter vs. analysts’ … Read more