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MarketWatch MarketPulseMar 31, 2020
Carnival's stock turns lower after public stock offering, private debt sale
Shares of Carnival Corp. turned lower in premarket trading Tuesday, after the cruise operator said it commenced a public offering of $1.25 billion worth of its common stock. Based on Monday's stock closing price of $12.80, the offering could represent about 97.66 million shares, or about 18.5% of the shares outstanding. The company also said it commenced private offerings of $3 billion shares of senior secured notes due 2023 and $1.75 billion in senior convertible notes due 2023. The stock fell 1.6%, after being up as much as 11% earlier in the premarket, and after plunging 28% over the past two sessions. Earlier, the company said it was suspending its dividend and share repurchases, cutting expenses and pursuing additional financing to improve liquidity. The stock has plummeted 61.8% over the past month through Monday, while the S&P 500 has shed 11.1%.

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Yahoo BusinessMar 31, 2020
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Dividends are periodic payments a company makes to shareholders out of the profits it generates, provided it has a dividend policy. They assure a stable, steady stream of returns to shareholders -- unlike capital gains, which are subject to fluctuations triggered by company-specific and extraneous factors.The coronavirus pandemic and its impact on companies has put this steady stream of income at risk.Unable to cough up cash to meet dividend payments at a time when businesses are reeling to keep operations going, several companies have announced suspension of dividends or pauses of stock buybacks.Dividends In Value Vs. Growth Investing To compare the returns of a stock, a metric called dividend yield is used. Dividend yield is the amount of dividend paid by a company for a year, divided by its current stock price and expressed in percentage terms.Value stocks -- stocks that are trading at a lower price relative to their fundamentals -- invariably have a higher dividend yield. Most value stocks belong to mature companies that can afford to pay dividends due to their strong cash flows.Unlike value stocks, growth stocks are mostly up-and-coming companies that do not have the luxury of steady cash flows to fund dividend payouts. Even if their cash flows support payouts, they would often rather invest in growth opportunities than on dividends. Investors in these companies rely on capital gains or share price appreciation to realize returns.Due to the high P/E ratios of these companies, their dividend payouts tend to be lower.See also: 8 Best Investment Strategies During A Recession D
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