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Investors pursuing a solid, dependable stock investment can often be led to Canadian National Railway Company (TSX:CNR), a large-cap worth CA$71.49B. Risk-averse investors who are attracted to diversified streams ofRead More...
TORONTO, April 24, 2018-- CN announced today that the director nominees listed in the management proxy circular dated March 6, 2018, were elected as directors of CN. The detailed results of the vote for ...
The railroad's first-quarter earnings report reveals its weaknesses, but management is committed to getting the company back on track.
Canadian National Railway Co. will consider selling additional real estate to free up cash that can be plowed back into its network. Properties in Montreal and Calgary are among the assets that Canadian National could divest in the coming months, interim Chief Executive Officer Jean-Jacques Ruest said Tuesday in an interview in Toronto. The company has already sold about C$150 million ($117 million) of “non-core” assets this month, Chief Financial Officer Ghislain Houle told analysts Monday.
Canadian National's (CNI) Q1 is hit by high labor and fuel costs. Also, the company cuts its guidance for 2018 due to lower-than-expected RTMs in the first quarter among other factors.
Canadian National Railway Co on Monday posted a 16.2 percent fall in quarterly profit as operating expenses shot up during the harsh winter, and the country's largest railroad cut its 2018 outlook as capacity limits strained its ability to meet high demand. The backlog led CN to recently reduce its crude by rail business, interim Chief Executive JJ Ruest told analysts on a conference call after the company released its results. Crude shipments dropped nearly 40 percent during the first quarter ended March 31 on an annual basis, a CN spokesman said after the call.
Calgary-based Canadian Pacific Railway’s (CP) carload traffic rose 0.14% YoY (year-over-year) in Week 15 of 2018. The railroad carried ~34,500 railcars excluding intermodal units in that week, compared with more than 34,400 units in the same week last year.
On a per-share basis, the Montreal-based company said it had net income of 79 cents. The results did not meet Wall Street expectations. The average estimate of 10 analysts surveyed by Zacks Investment ...
Canadian National Railway Co reported a 16.2 percent drop in first-quarter profit on Monday, hurt by higher operating expenses. The Montreal-based company's net income fell to C$741 million , or C$1 per ...
TORONTO, April 23, 2018-- CN announced today that its Board of Directors has approved a second-quarter 2018 dividend on the Company’ s common shares outstanding. A quarterly dividend of forty-five-and-one-half ...
Operating and service metrics improving; investments in additional capacity, locomotives and people positioning CN for long-term growth. TORONTO, April 23, 2018-- CN today reported its financial and operating ...
In Week 15 of 2018, Canada’s largest railroad, Canadian National Railway (CNI), reported a rise in its carload volumes. CNI’s carload traffic rose 2.9% YoY (year-over-year) to 65,900 units from 64,000 units in Week 15 of 2017. Compared with competitor Canadian Pacific Railway’s (CP) slight 0.14% gain, the Montreal-based railroad’s carload volume growth was much higher in Week 15 of 2018.
NEW YORK, NY / ACCESSWIRE / April 23, 2018 / Canadian National Railway Company (NYSE: CNI ) will be discussing their earnings results in their Q1 Earnings Call to be held on April 23, 2018 at 4:30 PM Eastern ...
Canadian National Railway Co.’s new boss is moving quickly to overcome service shortcomings that have curtailed profit and angered customers. The company is weighing the purchase of 500 “centerbeam” cars to accommodate rising lumber shipments and more than 500 hopper cars to renew the grain-hauling fleet starting next year, said interim Chief Executive Officer Jean-Jacques Ruest. Canada’s largest railroad is also in talks with General Electric Co. to speed locomotive deliveries and potentially exercise an option for 60 more.
TORONTO, April 23, 2018-- CN will issue its first-quarter 2018 financial and operating results today, April 23, 2018, at 4:01 p.m. Eastern Daylight Time.. CN's senior officers will review the results and ...
CSX (CSX) is tracked by 26 analysts surveyed by Thomson Reuters. It has a consensus rating of 2.2, indicating a “buy.” Six analysts (23.1%) have recommended a “strong buy” for the stock, and ten (38.5%) have recommended a “buy.” Eight analysts (30.8%) have given the stock a “hold” rating. After its 1Q18 earnings, there are still two analysts who are recommending a “sell.”
The Port of Prince Rupert, DP World Prince Rupert and CN (CNR.TO) (CNI) are pleased to announce a new weekly marine carrier service at the Fairview Container Terminal. Yang Ming and its partners in THE Alliance, Hapag-Lloyd and Ocean Network Express, have added Prince Rupert as the first North American port of call on the amended PS8 trans-Pacific service this spring. Originating in the ports of Tianjin, Qingdao, Shanghai and Busan, the new service makes its inaugural call at the Port of Prince Rupert on Saturday, April 21 with the arrival of the 6,500 TEU capacity vessel, the YM Masculinity.
Disappointing performance by Energy unit hurts Kansas City Southern's (KSU) Q1 results. Improvement in overall carload volumes encourage.
was searching for a leader to confront the disruptive challenge of Amazon in 2010, it turned to an unlikely quarter to plot its fight for survival. Overturning five centuries of male tradition, it chose not only a woman but a foreigner: the Canadian executive Moya Greene. , Ms Greene has become one of the country’s most respected chief executives after driving through the politically fraught privatisation of a cherished national institution against the backdrop of accelerating technological change and hostility from unions.
Canadian National Railway Co will buy 350 boxcars to satisfy rising demand for transporting commodities across North America, the country's biggest freight railroad operator said on Wednesday. The move ...
As part of CN’s $3.2 billion capital program in 2018, the company is investing in new trade-enabling infrastructure this spring and summer, building new track and yard capacity to handle increased traffic across CN’s West Coast to Chicago corridor more efficiently.