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The railroad is heavily exposed to changes in the U.S.' trade relationship with Mexico.
CSX Double-Stack Clears Rail Corridors Between Mid-Atlantic Ports and Midwest Destinations
Europoean stocks are set to gain again Thursday ahead of a key ECB policy meeting later in Frankfurt.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average's winning streak continued after closing higher for the 18th time in 22 sessions. The S&P 500 also hit a new record high.
The S&P 500 and Dow Jones Industrial Average trade at session highs early Wednesday afternoon as a broad rally overshadows a slump in health care stocks.
The Dow Jones Transportation Index has gained a rough 12% over the last month.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell just short of a new record close with just modest gains after a massive surge in crude.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average leads markets on Wednesday as a rally in crude oil lights a fire under the energy sector.
Stocks turn mixed Wednesday as a rally in crude oil fails to provide an across-the-board lift.
Rail and ground transporters stand to gain (or lose) the most from President-elect Donald Trump's infrastructure, trade and tax plans.
Shares of freight railroad CSX are up in Thursday afternoon trading even after it was cut to 'market perform' by BMO Capital Markets.
BMO downgraded CSX to MARKET PERFORM from OUTPERFORM, but raised its price target by $1 to $35.
Here are Thursday's top research calls, including upgrades for Chesapeake, Humana and IBM, and downgrades for CSX and Qualcomm.
Defense firms saw green Wednesday morning prior to open, while transport companies and exporters were down. Kansas City Southern, the most exposed railroad to Mexico, lost 10% of its value
GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump made what fortune he has in real estate, mostly in New York. But his celebrity may be more valuable in his bid for president.
A new research note from Oppenheimer & Co. argues that investors should view transportation stocks as a leader in a post-election stock market.
Investors into railroads -- which are deeply tied to commodities -- seem to be less concerned about the presidential election.
I'm talking about head-to-head comparisons of companies.
Jim Cramer ponders why M&A is just the start of the story and also wonders what a Democratic sweep would do to the markets.