|Bid||228.75 x 0|
|Ask||228.82 x 0|
|Day's Range||228.74 - 229.60|
|52 Week Range||188.36 - 232.29|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||18.59|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||2.25 (1.16%)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
Zacks Industry Outlook Highlights: Union Pacific, Norfolk Southern, Kansas City Southern, Canadian Pacific Railway and Canadian National Railway
The veteran railroad exec was brought in to lead a turnaround, but with the stock up more than 50% and challenges ahead, maybe it's best to take gains now.
Canadian Pacific Railway shows rising price performance, earning an upgrade to its IBD Relative Strength Rating
Canadian Pacific Railway (CP) reported a robust 18.2% rise in freight volumes, followed by Canadian National Railway (CNI). CNI’s overall shipments rose 11.0% in 3Q17.
Like rival Canadian National Railway (CNI), Canadian Pacific Railway (CP) saw its carload traffic fall between the weeks ended November 19, 2016, and November 18, 2017, by 2.4% to 31,200 units from 32,000 ...
Investors should note that after the recent 3Q17 earnings, Canadian Pacific Railway (CP) was the only railroad to revise its outlook upward.
In this part of our series, we’ll check the cash flow levels at Canadian Pacific Railway (CP). Dividends are paid out of free cash flows or FCF.
Canadian Pacific Railway (CP) announced a quarterly cash dividend of $0.5625 Canadian per share Canadian on November 22. On an annualized basis, it amounts to a yearly dividend payment of $2.25 Canadian ...
On November 22, Canadian Pacific Railway (CP), a Canadian-origin US Class I railroad (XLI), declared a quarterly cash dividend of $0.5625 Canadian per share on its outstanding common stock.
CNI's railcar volumes fell 6.9% to ~62,000 units last week (ended November 11), compared with ~67,000 units in the week ended November 12, 2016.
Canadian Pacific Railway (CP) reported a 5.2% rise in railcars last week (ended November 11). CP’s railcar volumes that week rose to ~32,500 units.
Canadian National Railway (CNI), saw a halt in its YoY (year-over-year) carload growth in recent weeks. The week that ended on November 4, 2017, was no exception.
In week 44, which ended on November 4, 2017, Calgary-based Canadian Pacific Railway (CP) witnessed volume gains both in carloads and intermodal units.
MONTREAL/CALGARY, Alberta, Nov 14 (Reuters) - Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd sees shipments of crude by rail "coming alive a little bit," Chief Marketing Officer John Brooks said on Tuesday, signaling a pickup in a business that had been hurt by low energy prices and competition from pipelines. Many traders are expecting a pickup in crude by rail volumes in 2018 as oil sands projects including Suncor Energy Inc's Fort Hills plant and the latest phase of Canadian Natural Resources Ltd's Horizon oil sands start producing at the end of this year. Canadian railway executives, however, remain cautious about crude-by-rail demand after they were forced to slash rates for shipping crude in 2015 due to a rout in global oil prices.
Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd is watching shipments of crude by rail which are now "coming alive a little bit," the company's chief marketing officer told a Toronto transportation conference on ...
Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd is watching shipments of crude by rail which are now "coming alive a little bit," the company's chief marketing officer told a Toronto transportation conference.