Combining the two RRs looks attractive. It fills BNI's gap east of the MIss and pushes the routes right to the Atlantic. Drop in coal use hurting all the RRs. Industry realignment needed.
I agree. The connection links are basically the same - Chicago-St Louis-Memphis-New Orleans. The current selling in RRs is relentless.
why are airfares 2x last year when oil was $110??? why do jet blue and SW air have the same prices for airfare?
Triiple damages due to those the airlines screwed by price fixing
my plan is for Greece to start collecting 10% trademark royalties on everything with the word greek in it.... Greece should have a referendum on it so the voters can decide the exact royalty.
was up $1.25 at high yesterday and hit 88 interday. Gave up all gain closed up .25 cents. Open -1 this morning and hit 85.75 which is a 4% drop from yesterdays high of 88........
NEW YORK (Bloomberg) -- After four years of record supply, natural gas output is showing signs of weakness as producers pull back amid tumbling oil prices. Gas production from the seven largest shale basins will fall 0.6% to 45.1 Bcfd in August from a month earlier, the biggest drop since March 2014, the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) said Monday in its monthly Drilling Productivity report. EIA estimates have shown supply declines since June. The government’s forecasts signal that the 51% collapse in crude oil prices since June 20, 2014, is reverberating in the natural gas market. As drillers shut wells in liquids-rich deposits from North Dakota to Texas, they’re also curtailing gas output from those reservoirs. That may prevent further price declines for gas, which has slid 37% since oil’s plunge. “Gas is being held captive by oil,” Aaron Calder, senior market analyst at Gelber & Associates in Houston, said by phone Monday. “Natural gas prices were artificially kept low by high oil prices.”
Natural gas for August delivery rose 9.4 cents, or 3.4%, to $2.864 per million British thermal units Monday