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Plus, Kansas City Southern rejects a reported takeover overture.
Should the economy see some organic growth, this stock can run as high as $220.
The railway company appears to be heading toward higher prices.
Next week the June quarter earnings season maelstrom kicks off with 115 companies, including 32 S&P 500 constituents, reporting their latest quarterly results. In recent days we've seen a number of companies up their outlook for the quarter but we'v...
Equity markets had a tougher day on Wednesday than immediately meets the eye. And did you catch what Trump said?
The rise in equity futures pricing was born of optimism from the president's task force draft guideline on reopening parts of the U.S. economy and Gilead Sciences' somewhat positive results on its remdisivir anti-viral treatment.
BlackRock's doin' it, Microsoft's doin' it, so all traders should think about ESG-based investing.
The tech sector has been the victim of the recent "on again, off again" rotation. That may really just mean that the group has been victimized by its own success.
The rail car maker is likely riding into a slower period of demand for its products, which investors should keep in mind when considering it as a dividend play.
What the Fed needs to do in July is to cut the FFR by 25 basis points and put the balance sheet management (QT) program to bed two months early.
While we're getting ready for those earnings reports after today's close, here' a look at what's on tap tomorrow morning. American Express Autoliv BlackRock Citizens Financial Group Cleveland-Cliffs Gentex IberiaBank KC Southern Manpower NVR Regions...
And just why do we have a federal debt ceiling, anyway? An argument for doing away with it.
We examine how well each major player is trimming fat and improving efficiency on its business amid a potential slowdown.
While some of CSX's earnings numbers went off rails, the company posted an all-time best operating ratio, so CEO comments on call pretty 'puzzling.'
When there is fear in a sector, there is often opportunity as well.
The railroad has run into a snag amid what its CEO termed "the most puzzling" economic backdrop he has seen in his career.
Businesses are spending. If you're making stuff... if you're buying stuff, then the railroads are moving stuff.
China reported positive data, bolstering markets. Netflix had a beat on earnings, but faces fierce competition ahead. CSX is a thing of beauty.
What I see from 10,000 feet above... in the age of suddenly profitable fuel as cargo, are the railroads.
Unfortunately for NFLX, the competition will only increase.
Given the industry specificity of operating ratios, a quick run through of the task ahead for new UNP COO Jim Vena is in line.
This game is as much about sticking to one's designated set of disciplines as it is about having good ideas.
I have geared my Transports allocation toward the rails this year.