|Day Low/High||170.79 / 177.63|
|52 Wk Low/High||112.62 / 219.88|
Falling oil and reviving coal have turned the market bullish on the group.
Jim Cramer says while some sectors like oil, coal and defense are bouncing after Romney's debate performance, the bounce will likely fade fast.
Coal-related stocks would get a boost, while alternative-energy names would likely become short candidates.
Investors must consider which stocks to sell or avoid as the stock market and economy continue to diverge.
With the quarter nearly over, traders will probably try preserving their gains at this point.
If the stock doesn't find some bidders at this key level, it's going a lot lower.
You can't always get the rally you want -- but sometimes you get the rally you need.
The stock's selloff is an opportunity to acquire a great rail company at an excellent value.
Jim Cramer believes coal is in a secular decline, not a cyclical one, making it hard for Norfolk Southern to perform.
You should probably avoid stocks for now, given these troubling signs.
Rails could have been a nice card to play in the easing game if not for Norfolk's hard dose of truth.
Norfolk Southern's guidance goes off the rails. The "Fast Money" crew says that "data don't matter." It will likely matter to Norfolk Southern (NSC) shareholders tomorrow (it is now down by about $5), as the company just guided much lower than cons...
We have some winners over losers and some cyclical trends that only some are playing in.
CSX and Norfolk Southern roll along while the rest of the group is still in the station.
Norfolk Southern CEO Wick Moorman sees more business opportunities for the railroads in natural gas hauling.