94.77 +0.45 (0.47%)
After hours: 4:19PM EST
|Bid||94.36 x 800|
|Ask||94.37 x 1200|
|Day's Range||94.24 - 95.81|
|52 Week Range||80.92 - 96.53|
|Beta (5Y Monthly)||0.92|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||16.06|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||1.64 (1.72%)|
|Ex-Dividend Date||Dec 05, 2019|
|1y Target Est||95.36|
Having celebrated its 100th birthday in 2019, Canadian National Railway (CNI) has become a major transportation and logistics company with a network that reaches from the Pacific to the Atlantic to the Gulf of Mexico, notes Ingrid Hendershot, value expert, money manager and editor of Hendershot Investments.
Canadian grain groups are taking a fresh look at pressing government officials to enact legislation that would address how the country can continue shipping grain and grain products in the event of a strike or other work stoppage. One option the groups have mentioned is finding a legislator to introduce a bill declaring rail an essential service. Grain groups had considered pressing for that option in the past.
When Mexico's President Porfirio Diaz lamented more than a century ago of his nation being "so far from God and so close to the United States," he hadn't contemplated the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), which enhanced efficiency, encouraged innovation, increased consumer purchasing power, made a wider assortment of goods available and raised standards of living. While trade-augmenting NAFTA and its progeny, the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA), were negotiated in Mexico City, Ottawa and Washington, D.C., its success throughout North America had much to do with the iron horse and the vision of railroader Michael R. (Mike) Haverty. With pluck worthy of Alexander the Great, and none of the collywobbles of his peers who watched with barely masked mockery, Haverty, as president of Kansas City Southern Railway (NYSE: KSU) (1995-2005), made a $1.6 billion bet on the future of the barely 1-year-old NAFTA — and Mexico's soon-to-be privatized rail system.
MONTREAL, Jan. 16, 2020 -- Ghislain Houle, executive vice-president and chief financial officer of CN (TSX: CNR) (NYSE: CNI), will address the CIBC 23rd Annual Western.
Canadian National (NYSE: CNI ) and NorFalco Sales, a division of Glencore Canada, have agreed to a multiyear contract to ship sulfuric acid from NorFalco's facilities in Ontario and Quebec. Canadian National ...
While the market driven by short-term sentiment influenced by the accomodative interest rate environment in the US, increasing oil prices and deteriorating expectations towards the resolution of the trade war with China, many smart money investors kept their cautious approach regarding the current bull run in the third quarter and hedging or reducing many of […]
CN (CNR.TO) (CNI) and NorFalco Sales, a division of Glencore Canada Corporation, announced they have signed a new multi-year agreement that will provide freight transportation of Sulphuric Acid from NorFalco’s rail served productions facilities in Sudbury, ON; Rouyn-Noranda, QC; and Valleyfield, QC. The agreement reconfirms CN and NorFalco’s strategic partnership for years to come. NorFalco is one of North America's largest merchant marketers of sulfuric acid, responsible for the marketing and distribution of about 2 million tons of sulfuric acid per year.
The strike by Canadian National (NYSE: CNI ) rail workers helped bring down Canada's trade volumes during November, Statistics Canada reported. The eight-day disruption across Canada's largest rail network ...
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MONTREAL, Jan. 06, 2020 -- CN (TSX: CNR) (NYSE: CNI) will issue its fourth-quarter and year-end 2019 financial and operating results on Jan. 28, 2020, at 4.01 p.m. Eastern Time.
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A slump in North American rail volumes, record Canadian grain rail shipments and an active Surface Transportation Board were just some of the prominent themes in 2019. Perhaps the most visible theme in 2019 was the weekly year-over-year decline in rail volumes, which resulted in the readjusting of earnings guidance by some of the Class I railroads. In the first half of the year, severe floods stymied Midwest freight rail operations, with Union Pacific (NYSE: UNP), BNSF (NYSE: BRK), Kansas City Southern (NYSE: KSU) and even Eastern U.S. railroad Norfolk Southern (NYSE: NSC) needing to reroute service and/or repair damaged sections of track in states such as Nebraska, Iowa and Missouri.
Canadian National (NYSE: CNI) announced that its network performance has "normalized" to levels experienced prior to the work stoppage that affected the railroad for eight days. As weekly revenue-ton-miles (RTMs) dropped by more than 30%, the company accumulated a large backlog of shipments that would require weeks to work through. In the week ended Dec.14, CN reported only a 3% year-over-year decline in RTMs.
CN (CNR.TO) (CNI) announced today that less than a month after the end of the 8-day labour action, performance indicators have normalized to pre-strike ranges indicating that train movements have recovered. The 8-day work disruption caused CN’s network to run at approximately 10% capacity. “I’m pleased to announce that our focused and methodical recovery plan is working and that the performance of our movements has recovered to normal ranges,” said JJ Ruest, president and chief executive officer of CN.
Following its 100th celebrations that took place in Regina as part of the Canadian Western Agribition, CN (CNR.TO) (CNI) announced it is making two donations totalling $70,000 in support of the Saskatchewan community. Mobile Crisis Services Inc. (MCS), based in Regina, will receive a donation of $50,000, and 4-H Canada, a national youth organization, will receive an additional $20,000. Both donations will help fund developing initiatives to increase awareness of and effective responses to health problems in the community, including mental health.
Canadian National (NYSE: CNI) announced that its shipments of grain are moving at a pace similar to that experienced before some of its workers walked out. Approximately 3,200 of the railroad's conductors, trainspersons and yard workers went on an eight-day strike in November. CN's new 2019 guidance calls for EPS to increase in the low- to mid-single-digit range, compared to the company's prior expectation of high single-digit growth.
CN (CNR.TO) (CNI) is pleased to announce that its movement of Canadian grain is back to pre-strike pace after recovering from the 8-day strike that occurred in November. Despite a slow start to the crop year due to adverse weather, CN spotted over 6,800 hopper cars per week during the first two weeks of November (weeks 14 and 15 of the crop year). The strike prevented CN from accepting any new orders during week 17 as CN was only operating at approximately 10% of overall capacity.
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REGINA, Saskatchewan, Dec. 06, 2019 -- CN (TSX: CNR) (NYSE: CNI) is pleased that the CN 100: A Moving Celebration, the moving container village celebrating the people, history.
Hedge funds and large money managers usually invest with a focus on the long-term horizon and, therefore, short-lived dips or bumps on the charts, usually don't make them change their opinion towards a company. This time it may be different. During the fourth quarter of 2018 we observed increased volatility and a 20% drop in […]
Heading into the fourth quarter of 2019, Foote thought coal would see declines of more than 10%, but those declines have accelerated recently. Through the week ended Nov. 30, CSX's coal carloads are 17.2% lower quarter-to-date but still well off the heavier declines earlier in the year (-38.3% year-to-date). Lower energy and natural gas prices are impacting utility coal while metallurgical coal is being negatively impacted by declines in the global economy, resulting in lower steel production.