In response to analysts at Goldman Sachs, Norwegian Cruise Lines Holdings Ltd. (NCLH) has cited the NCLH stock as one that’s positioned to capitalize on an industry recovery. Norwegian Cruise Lines may be allowed to resume flights on 4 July by the regulator.
According to Goldman Sachs, Norwegian Cruise Lines’ potential for growth has been determined. Analysts at Morgan Stanley changed their recommendation from “neutral” to “buy” and set a price target of $37 for the NCLH stock. According to analysts, the cruise company has at least three advantages over its competition. Norwegian Cruise Lines is an industry leader in manufacturing. Besides, it has access to many prospective clients. Moreover, it should be noted that the NCLH stock has one of the lowest debt burdens among the leading competitors.
Cruises for Norwegian Cruise Lines will resume from early July after the CDC gives them official consent. Vaccinations, extensive testing, and other measures to protect crew members’ health will be mandatory under the NCLH stock’s pledge to take stringent measures to protect crew members’ health.
The CEO of rival Royal Caribbean Cruises made a video message earlier, persuaded the CDC to end the cruise moratorium. Specifically, the NCLH stock states that more than 400,000 people cruised during the pandemic in countries that permitted such travel. It is possible that the CDC, which receives many requests and vaccinations, may lift the moratorium in mid-July due to cruise operators’ commitment to providing safe cruises.
In Wednesday’s trading session, Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd. (NCLH) shares gained 10.32%, closing at $29.51. Stock volume reached 33.14 million shares, which was higher than the average daily volume of 24.18 million shares within the past 50 days. NCLH shares have appreciated by 168.27% over the last 12 months, and they have risen by 1.03% in the past week. This stock gained 17.15% in the past three months while gaining 79.39% over the past six months. Additionally, the NCLH stock’s market capitalization is $10.90 billion at present, and there were 368.32 million outstanding shares at that time.