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Management of the rail company forecasts double-digit improvement in year-ahead EPS.
TheStreet highlights 3 stocks pushing the transportation industry lower today.
Canadian Pacific Railway (CP) stock is down on Wednesday morning as the company is said to have approached CSX Corp. (CSX) about combining.
U.S. stock futures are pointing slightly lower on Wednesday as oil prices decline.
TheStreet highlights 3 stocks pushing the transportation industry higher today.
Trade-Ideas LLC identified Canadian Pacific Railway (CP) as an unusual social activity candidate
RBC Capital upgraded Canadian Pacific Railway (CP) stock to ‘outperform’ on Friday morning.
The downtrend in CP is likely to continue, and the next support on the chart is the $80 level.
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Canadian Pacific Railway (CP) stock fell in Wednesday's trading session after CSX CEO said that he doesn't see railroad mergers creating shareholder value.
There are pros and cons for investing in railroads this year.
Wall Street ended a shortened week on a mixed note after a touch-and-go morning.
U.S. stocks struggle to secure gains on Thursday after a major rally a day earlier that pushed equities into positive territory for the year.
U.S. stocks opened mixed on Thursday, a shortened trading session in observance of Christmas Eve.
U.S. stock futures edge higher on Thursday in what looks to be a quieter Christmas Eve trading session.
Norfolk Southern doesn't think the proposed merger will survive regulatory scrutiny and wants Canadian Pacific to prove otherwise.
The $28 billion hostile bid puts the pressure on the railroad's management to boost results.
Cramer wants you to buy Wells Fargo, isn't riding Canadian Pacific Railway and likes T-Mobile over Sprint.
Today's market signaled that most investors feel there will only be one coming interest rate hike, but that might not be the case tomorrow.
You would think companies such as FedEx and UPS would do well as oil prices decline. The IShares Transportation Average ETF shows otherwise.
Companies are increasingly less afraid to undertake antitrust risk.
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.
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