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Kansas City Southern (KSU)

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  • M
    Mohan
    If merger doesn’t happen with cn then KSU looses 700 million break up fee and this speculation of 33.7 billion 🤣
  • A
    Alberta Oil Fund
    If you bought this stock 10 years ago you are banking on a 5000% rise. Wow
  • P
    Peter
    Question.
    With the CN offer of 33.7 billion and KCS outstanding shares of 90.93 million. That should equal $370.6 per share.
    Anyone know why KSU is trading way too low for this strong of offer.
    This has incredible over whelming support. I believe it's going to happen forsure.
    Please let me know What am I missing?
    Thank you
  • w
    walt
    This will get messy with the back and forth between to two bidding companies. Now regulation is involved. Debating on taking my profits and finding my next investment.
  • H
    Henry Joseph
    I could kind see this happening, but didn't buy when I could. A big miss on my part. Hope a deal goes through, as a North-South merger makes a lot of sense.
  • D
    DanH
    As a railfan, if the merger does go through I really hope CP lets KSU keep their paint scheme. The engines are much better looking than Norfolk and UNP locomotives. CSX, BNSF, CP, and the previously publicly traded Genesee & Wyoming locomotives.
  • l
    local
    CNI counters CP offer. Do we take the money and run or what?
  • S
    Schwhack
    As a KCS employee I can honestly say that I hope CN gets it .. The general consensus is that CP treats their employees bad.. WHAT do you think that will do for business long term ??
  • J
    Josef
    CN structured deal with immediate synergies is better. I am uncertain about regulators, but I can see no negative integration here.
  • M
    Mike
    Took profit here - there is little upside from here and major potential downside as regulation issues are now filling the rumor mills. Won't be an easy deal to get done. Great profit. Not giving it back. Good luck!
    Bearish
  • t
    trevorthegreat
    As both a CP and CNR shareholder, I would recommend taking profits for the following reasons:

    1) Regulators will not approve CNR-KSU in the end
    2) CP will not raise their bid
    3) KSU mgmt talked the talk with CP leading me to believe the Board will reject unsolicited offer by CNR

    .. It is just a matter of time until KSU comes out and rejects CNR’s offer. In my opinion, the synergies proposed by CP are superior to those of CNR and will benefit KSU shareholders over the long haul. The two smallest and most efficient railroads are the best deal for increasing competition amongst L1 railroads.
    Bullish
  • Y
    YHOOS
    Is this going to half in the "sell in may" selling?
  • P
    Peter
    With this huge of rail market in the U.S. and Mexico.
    KSU should be worth $450
    Who ever ends up wining KSU will have huge positive $$$$ gains.
  • C
    Chris D
    iam confident when this deal is finished stock price will be $325-$350 range
    Bullish
  • B
    Bob L
    CN is probably just stirring trouble to tempt a higher offer from CP and make it more expensive for them.
  • Y
    Yahoo Finance Insights
    Kansas City Southern is up 14.40% to 293.32
  • M
    Mike
    going back to $120 zone eventually... parabolic move up... usually returns to the scene of the breakout...
  • T
    Tom
    CN way way overpays for Kansas.....HIGH risk going bankrupt !
  • P
    P
    I don't think the STB will allow the CN buyout. CN already has trackage into the southern USA. The CP is a much better fit for both railroads.
    Bullish
  • T
    TREY
    The two buy out offers for the KSU were mentioned at the Berkshire hathaway annual meeting. Warren mentioned that the KSU deal with Mexico ends in 2047. What happens after that?