Shares of Carnival Corp. /zigman2/quotes/202325446/composite CCL +1.57% bounced 1.1% in morning trading Monday, reversing an earlier loss of as much as 6.4%, but underperformed shares of rival cruise operators and the broad stock market, after Stifel Nicolaus analyst Steven Wieczynski said Carnival's issues are "company specific." Trading volume was 43.1 million shares, enough to make the stock the most actively traded on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE). On Friday, the stock had plummeted 23.3% on volume of 237.7 million shares to close at the lowest price since Oct. 15, 1992, after reporting a much wider-than-expected quarterly loss. Stifel Nicolaus analyst While Carnival's stock fell, Royal Caribbean Group shares climbed 2.9% and Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd.'s stock /zigman2/quotes/204183397/composite NCLH +1.68% jumped 3.7%, while the S&P 500 /zigman2/quotes/210599714/realtime SPX +0.75% hiked up 2.0%. Stifel Nicolaus analyst Steven Wieczynski said "not all cruise operators are created equally," as he believes Carnival's pricing issues are "company specific" and tied to the company's "overexposure" to Europe where currency issues, COVID and a softer economy than the U.S. are hurting close-in bookings.