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For 2016, $CCL expects constant currency net revenue yield improvement, and net cruise costs excluding fuel per available lower berth day (ALBD) could be up slightly versus 2015. $CCL expects fuel consumption per ALBD to decline 1% to 2% for 2016. Depreciation expense is expected to be $1.8Bil in 2016, or approx. $0.20 per share higher versus 2015.
The latest earnings report by $VZ shows how it is losing customers despite offering the unlimited data plans, a record for the company.
$BEBE is closing down all its stores by the end of May.
$WFC agreed to hike its payout in a class-action settlement over unauthorized accounts by $32 million to $142 million for its retail sales practices. The settlement will now include customers who were impacted as early as May 2002.