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Sinking Ship? How Trump's COVID-19 Might Hurt The Cruise Industry

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Sinking Ship? How Trump's COVID-19 Might Hurt The Cruise Industry

Sinking Ship? How Trump's COVID-19 Might Hurt The Cruise Industry

The stock market took a dive on Friday on news that US President Donald Trump has tested positive for COVID-19.

According to Business Insider, industry experts think the cruise industry could take a hit from the news.

Macquarie analyst Paul Golding says an event raising the visibility of the virus could 'potentially alter the timeline for full resumption for the cruise lines.


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