SeaWorld attendance dives 53% in final quarter of 2020, but stock soars


Despite the COVID challenges, SeaWorld beat Wall Street estimates and by late Thursday morning, the stock (SEAS) shot up to about $45 a share, the highest price since the Orlando-based SeaWorld Entertainment became publicly traded in 2013.


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