Today’s top U.S. stocks: Royal Caribbean Cruises (RCL ↑13.5%), Carnival (CCL ↑9.4%)
See today’s 10 biggest gainers on the New York Stock Exchange and Nasdaq.
The best performing companies in trading today were Royal Caribbean Cruises (RCL, up 13.5%) and Carnival (CCL, up 9.4%).
The market capped off the week with a strong rally. The Dow roared ahead 823 points, posting a 2.7% gain on the day and ending the week up 5.3%. The S&P 500 added 3% for the day and 6.7% over five days, while the Nasdaq Composite clocked a 3.3% gain on Friday and an 8.5% advance for the week.
Biggest changes in U.S. markets Friday 24 June 2022
Royal Caribbean Cruises (RCL) was the biggest gainer today.
Shares in the company rose 13.5% to $40.94.
Learn more about investing in Royal Caribbean Cruises in Finder’s full guide.
In second spot for market gains was Carnival (CCL), the NYSE company.
It rose 9.4% to reach $10.56.
“Carnival said it anticipates better occupancy numbers moving into the summer, which spurred a rally in its stock and in other cruise lines, despite a tough outlook,” said Finder Finance News Editor Ron Prichard.
Find out more about investing in Carnival Corporation Common Stock in Finder’s full guide.
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The top 10 biggest gainers today were:
|D/B/A Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. Common Stock (RCL)||$40.94||13.5%|
|Carnival Corporation Common Stock (CCL)||$10.56||9.4%|
|Carnival Plc Ads Ads (CUK)||$9.59||9.5%|
|Mgm Resorts International Common Stock (MGM)||$29.55||8.8%|
|Beigene Ltd. American Depositary Shares (BGNE)||$170.77||9.3%|
|Texas Pacific Land Corporation Common Stock (TPL)||$1538.52||5.5%|
|Wells Fargo & Company Common Stock (WFC)||$40.89||7.9%|
|Burlington Stores Inc. Common Stock (BURL)||$160.66||7.2%|
|Ally Financial Inc. Common Stock (ALLY)||$35.71||6.6%|
Market movers Friday 24 June 2022
Each weekday we round up the biggest gainers on the NYSE and Nasdaq, ranked by price percentage from market open to market close. To avoid higher price volatility we only include stocks with market caps of more than $10 billion. Price changes are calculated from the open to the close on the trading day, but these prices may be subject to minor variation depending on data availability.
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