|Bid||0.00 x 1000|
|Ask||0.00 x 800|
|Day's Range||150.31 - 157.18|
|52 Week Range||127.79 - 186.91|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||1.76|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||7.22|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||3.20 (2.03%)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
Union Pacific’s (UNP) rail traffic volumes increased 5.7% YoY (year-over-year) to 183,346 units in Week 49, mainly driven by strong growth in intermodal units and partially offset by a decline in carload traffic.
After registering a 0.5% rail traffic decline in Week 48, Kansas City Southern (KSU) made a remarkable turnaround. The company’s total rail traffic increased 6.7% YoY (year-over-year) in Week 49 to 46,780 units from 43,855 units in the same week last year. The company registered YoY growth in both carload and intermodal traffic.
On December 13, the AAR (Association of American Railroads) released its rail freight traffic data for Week 49, which ended on December 8. The AAR compiles the weekly rail data received from 12 major US, Canadian, and Mexican railroad companies. The weekly rail traffic figures are segregated into carload traffic and intermodal units.
The company’s relocation from Norfolk, Va. was formally presented at the State Capitol Dec. 12, with Gov. Nathan Deal and Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms on hand.
Eastern railroad Norfolk Southern Corp. (NYSE: NSC) made it official today and said it will relocate its headquarters to Atlanta from Norfolk. The relocation, which is expected to take a couple of years, was finalized after the Atlanta City Council signed off a deal for the railroad to sell its property in Atlanta's downtown Gulch development to CIM Group, a real estate company. CEO James A. Squires told the Atlanta Business Chronicle that the company will relocate 100 employees next year into temporary offices at its current Atlanta location.
Railroad company Norfolk Southern Corp. is moving its headquarters from Norfolk, Virginia, to Atlanta, bringing with it 850 jobs and more than $500 million in economic investment, Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal announced Wednesday. The company plans to build a new headquarters campus with 750,000 square feet (69,600 square meters) of office space in the city's Midtown area, according to records from Atlanta's economic development authority. "When you consider those 850 new jobs on top of —in excess of — 4,700 jobs that are currently Norfolk Southern employees in the state of Georgia, they suddenly become a major player in our state's economy," Deal said at Wednesday's news conference.
Los Angeles developer CIM Group paid slightly more than $7 million an acre for the 16.3 acres Norfolk Southern owned in the Gulch, a collection of parking lots and railroads between downtown attractions Mercedes-Benz Stadium and State Farm Arena.
Norfolk Southern Corp said on Wednesday it would shift its headquarters to Atlanta from Virginia, tapping a major hub for transportation. The fourth-largest U.S. railroad joins United Parcel Services , ...
Norfolk Southern Chairman and CEO Jim Squires spoke to Atlanta Business Chronicle about the ups and downs of the relocation decision – one that involved selling its property in the downtown Gulch to the CIM real estate company.
Cousins Properties Inc. yesterday unveiled the first detailed look at the 1-million-square-foot Midtown headquarters it will develop for Norfolk Southern Corp. The stunning urban campus will feature two 22-story towers rising at Spring, 3rd and West Peachtree Streets and Ponce de Leon Avenue. The presentation to the Midtown Development Review Committee was the broadest look yet at the project, which will employ about 2,000, based on the initial plans. Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal is expected to formally announce the relocation Norfolk Southern Corp. from Norfolk, Va., this afternoon.
Midtown planners will get a glimpse tonight at the new planned Atlanta headquarters of railroad giant Norfolk Southern Corp (NYSE: NSC). Midtown’s Development Review Committee is set to hear the project Tuesday night. Gov. Nathan Deal also plans to make an economic development announcement on Wednesday.
Kansas City Southern’s (KSU) rail traffic volume inched down 0.5% in week 48 as the benefit from higher intermodal volume was more than offset by a decline in carload traffic. The fall was in contrast to the 0.4% gain registered by US railroad companies (XTN). The smallest class I railroad company hauled 45,219 railcars in week 48 compared with 45,449 wagons in the same week of the previous year.
Canadian Pacific Railway (CP) reported 1.5% YoY total traffic volume growth in week 48. The company moved 56,391 railcars compared to 55,577 units in week 48 of 2017. Canadian Pacific’s YoY rail traffic gains were 3.9% in the first 48 weeks of 2018. The company’s traffic growth was higher than US railroads’ (PWB) 3.6% gains and Canadian rail carriers’ 3.8% gains during the same period.
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CSX’s (CSX) rail traffic volume grew 1.5% YoY to 128,821 units mainly driven by robust intermodal growth, partially offset by a decline in carload traffic. In the first 48 weeks of 2018, the company recorded a 1.3% YoY increase in railcar traffic. However, CSX’s rail traffic gains were lower than US railroad (IYT) companies’ 3.7% gain during the same period.
In week 48, Union Pacific (UNP) reported 5.2% YoY total traffic volume growth. The company moved 181,904 railcars compared to 172,939 units in week 48 of 2017. The major western US railroad company was first in terms of traffic volume growth among all of the Class I railroads in week 48. CSX (CSX), Canadian Pacific (CP), and Canadian National (CNI) were in second, third, and fourth with 1.5%, 1.5%, and 1.4% gains, respectively.
On December 5, the AAR (Association of American Railroads) released its rail freight traffic data for week 48, which ended on December 1. The AAR compiles weekly rail data from 12 major US, Mexican, and Canadian railroad companies. The weekly rail figures are segregated into intermodal units and carload traffic. Intermodal units are further divided into truck trailers and containers.
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Invest Atlanta’s board unanimously approved a deal that would give Norfolk Southern a property tax break.
Ryanair's (RYAAY) impressive November traffic figures can be attributed to cheap air fares. The preliminary labor agreement with its German pilots is an added positive.
Disturbances at Trinity's (TRN) Rail Group and weak revenues at its Energy Equipment plus Railcar Leasing and Management Services units are major drags on the stock's performance.