|Day Low/High||159.05 / 165.46|
|52 Wk Low/High||128.08 / 180.54|
How much to sell? My mavens on the floor see about $550 million to sell on the close. No sectors to buy, and energy and financials with about $100 million apiece to sell. PepsiCo (PEP), Union Pacific (UNP) and Discover Financial Services (DFS) all h...
Watch this key support level, because the market's reaction to it will determine the next step.
The CEO of a railroad giant reveals the U.S. economy to be very much on the right track.
Union Pacific CFO Rob Knight says the railroad's business is booming across all its business lines, but especially energy and autos.
If you had to choose, would you rather have owned ConAgra or Union Pacific than Berkshire for the last five years?
Jim Cramer gives his top rail trades like Kansas City Southern and Union Pacific to TheStreet's Debra Borchardt.
CSX and Union Pacific are trending higher but they're not running away from the market.
Given some of these concerning messages, now might be a good idea to reevaluate your portfolio.
The railroad's shares are cheap and should benefit from economic growth in 2013.
Brian Belski, Investment Strategist at BMO Capital Markets outlines his 2013 equity strategy.
Recent downgrades of the railroads tell me that momentum is slipping fast in the sector.
And that bodes well for a market in which we are constantly trying to gauge expectations.
Dan Fitzpatrick examines three stocks viewed on Fast Money. Today's stocks include Starbucks, CEC Ent. and Apple.
They're both reaching some critical levels, so I'd tighten up stops.
Jim Cramer believes coal is in a secular decline, not a cyclical one, making it hard for Norfolk Southern to perform.
Rails could have been a nice card to play in the easing game if not for Norfolk's hard dose of truth.
Robert Knight, CFO of Union Pacific, says the railroad continues to profitably roll on despite the drop in coal shipments.
Wynn Resorts recently bounced from a key support decision, while Union Pacific has an attractive overall bullish pattern.