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Trade-Ideas LLC identified Canadian Pacific Railway (CP) as a weak on high relative volume candidate
Canadian Pacific (CP) shares are declining after Norfolk Southern (NSC) rejected the company's latest acquisition offer.
U.S. stock futures point lower Tuesday after weak trade data from China.
Canadian Pacific's bid, which was fraught with regulatory risk, could be permanently derailed with Norfolk Southern showing little interest in opening negotiations.
Norfolk Southern (NSC) rejected a $28.4B offer on Friday from Canadian Pacific Railway (CP) calling the proposal risky and saying a merger is unlikely to gain clearance from regulators.
Stocks extend an earlier rally by mid-afternoon Friday after European Central Bank President Mario Draghi assures markets the central bank would respond again with further stimulus if needed.
Stocks made big gains by midday Friday after the November jobs report removed most of the uncertainty over whether the Federal Reserve would make a rate move this month.
U.S. stocks extend gains on Friday after the November jobs report increases the likelihood of a rate hike this month from the Federal Reserve.
U.S. stock futures lose earlier gains to trade lower after crude oil sinks below $40 a barrel following the meeting of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries.
TheStreet highlights 3 stocks pushing the transportation industry higher today.
A proposal by Canadian Pacific management to put Norfolk Southern in a trust and assume full regulatory risk underscores the uphill battle it faces trying to consolidate the rails.
Investors want less uncertainty and the Federal Reserve's October minutes delivers on Wednesday.
The list of stocks money managers are willing to buy is expanding, and that's a good thing for all of us, Cramer says.
U.S. stocks extend gains by the final hour Wednesday as uncertainty over when the Federal Reserve might make its initial move off of crises-level rates dissipates.
Canadian Pacific (CP) shares are rising after the company offered a detailed view of its bid for Norfolk Southern (NSC).
Stocks moved higher ahead of the afternoon release of the Federal Reserve's October meeting minutes.
U.S. stocks rise Wednesday as investors look to the afternoon release of the Federal Reserve minutes from the central bank's October meeting.
Trade-Ideas LLC identified Canadian Pacific Railway (CP) as a pre-market leader candidate
U.S. stock futures inch higher on Wednesday morning, recovering from an earlier drop alongside global markets.
U.S. stock futures are suggesting a flat start for Wall Street on Wednesday amid further terror worries in Paris.
Some takeover offers just take advantage of temporary downturns.
The Calgary railroad says a merger would create broader service in a consolidating industry.
These stocks have either taken off or crashed and burned since Monday morning. Here’s what’s behind their dramatic moves—and how to respond.
U.S. stock futures point lower Tuesday following a pessimistic forecast for the world economy.
Investors had a delayed reaction to Friday's jobs report which shored up a December rate hike.
It took the weekend to sink in--the Federal Reserve will probably make its first interest rate increase in December.
Canadian Pacific Railway (CP) stock is increasing in late afternoon trading on Monday, as it explores a takeover of Norfolk Southern (NSC).
Plenty of sectors will be losers when the Fed does the inevitable, but there will be stocks to buy if you dig hard.
Stocks bottom out at session lows by mid-afternoon Monday as expectations over when the Federal Reserve might hike rates shift.
Trade-Ideas LLC identified Canadian Pacific Railway (CP) as a "barbarian at the gate" (strong stocks crossing above resistance with today's range greater than 200%) candidate
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