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As long as Mnuchin doesn't knock over the tripod.
CSX presents a big opportunity for two activists seeking to turn around the railroad, but there are risks.
U.S. stocks hold lower one day before the inauguration of President-elect Trump.
Should you get on board with railroad stocks? Here's what Jim Cramer thinks.
It's about high probability plus low reward versus low probability and high risk.
Two activists have set to shake up management at CSX.
The real story is the fact that they moved as much as they did.
Amid all the pre-inaugural craziness, it's comforting to know market moves aren't random.
Jim Cramer looks at transport stocks as Union Pacific prepares to report earnings.
Railroad operator CSX missed Wall Street earnings estimates by 1 cent due to a lack of coal revenue.
Jim Cramer looks at the connection between Donald Trump's policies on coal and prospects for railroad stocks like CSX.
The stock hasn't been a huge mover post-earnings, but it's worthy of attention today.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell just short of a new record close with just modest gains after a massive surge in crude.
BMO downgraded CSX to MARKET PERFORM from OUTPERFORM, but raised its price target by $1 to $35.
I'm talking about head-to-head comparisons of companies.
The next chart resistance doesn't appear until the $34 level, so there is room for CSX to move higher.
U.S. stocks bottomed out at session lows on Thursday as weak trade data reignited worries over growth in China's economy.
Jim Cramer weighs in on whether to buy CSX following its strong third-quarter earnings report.
Looking at employment and inflation, the Fed's mandate has been met.
On Wednesday, October 12, investors await the minutes of the Federal Reserve's September meeting and quarterly earnings from railway company CSX Corporation.
If coal inventories have indeed bottomed then CSX will move higher, says Jim Cramer.
Bank earnings and the minutes of the Federal Reserve's latest meeting take center stage for the week of October 10.