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There are pros and cons for investing in railroads this year.
Norfolk Southern (NSC) decreased on Monday as industry groups urge U.S. regulators to block Canadian Pacific Railway's bid for the railroad.
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.
The next move in the Russell 2000 is perhaps the most important.
Norfolk Southern doesn't think the proposed merger will survive regulatory scrutiny and wants Canadian Pacific to prove otherwise.
Jim Cramer, portfolio manager of TheStreet's Action Alerts PLUS and host of CNBC's "Mad Money," talked about how to play defense in a down market on Friday.
Jim Cramer, portfolio manager of TheStreet’s Action Alerts PLUS and host of CNBC’s ‘Mad Money,’ talked about how to play defense in a down market on Friday.
The $28 billion hostile bid puts the pressure on the railroad's management to boost results.
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Norfolk Southern (NSC) stock is falling after the company refused a revised proposal from Canadian Pacific (CP).
U.S. stock futures point lower Tuesday after weak trade data from China.
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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.
Jim Cramer was hardly surprised that Norfolk Southern rejected Canadian Pacific's takeover offer, noting that only a couple Canadian Pacific shareholders would benefit.
Norfolk Southern (NSC) shares are tumbling on Friday after the U.S. railroad operator's board announced it unanimously rejected Canadian Pacific Railway's (CP) $28.4 billion takeover offer.
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.
Trade-Ideas LLC identified Norfolk Southern (NSC) as a pre-market laggard candidate
Cramer is walking away from DepoMed and Norfolk Southern and prefers Nordic American Tanker over Frontline.
That's especially true during December when the analysts often have nice things to say to help boost their funds going into the end of the year, Cramer says.
ILMN's three-month at-the-money implied volatility is at about the median level.
The S&P 500 will likely 'tread water' in 2016 -- for the second year in a row. So what does that mean for stock picking? Choose wisely, says Goldman Sachs.
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