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Here are the must-know details affecting one of the U.S.' largest railroads.
The real story is the fact that they moved as much as they did.
The Canadian railroad reported earnings that missed expectations, but the real intrigue came from the announcement that CEO Hunter Harrison would retire early.
The sector appears to have a straight track ahead.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average's march to 20,000 hit another roadblock on the first trading day of the year as crude oil prices reversed course.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average's march to 20,000 proves a challenge in the new year as stocks more than halve earlier gains by Tuesday afternoon.
The railroad is heavily exposed to changes in the U.S.' trade relationship with Mexico.
It's a little tough to try to judge just how far along the re-weighting has gone, due to light volume.
Seek to work constructively with MBTA to reach resolution and promote safe freight and commuter services
The Dow Jones Transportation Index has gained a rough 12% over the last month.
Rail and ground transporters stand to gain (or lose) the most from President-elect Donald Trump's infrastructure, trade and tax plans.
Cramer shares his views on looking at oil now that the election is over. Starbucks, Kellogg and PepsiCo are among the stocks discussed.
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
The stock market wants certainty, Cramer says. These are the stocks that are working.
After the election passes we are going to talk about companies again -- and these have done well.
Investors into railroads -- which are deeply tied to commodities -- seem to be less concerned about the presidential election.
Cramer shares his views on the loss of some of his theses. Dow Chemical, TJX and Google are among the stocks discussed.
Lately, signals for this railroad's stock have been more red than green.