CNR.TO - Canadian National Railway Company

Toronto - Toronto Delayed Price. Currency in CAD
104.35
-0.83 (-0.79%)
As of 9:56AM EST. Market open.
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Previous Close105.18
Open104.30
Bid104.38 x 0
Ask104.40 x 0
Day's Range104.18 - 105.14
52 Week Range90.84 - 118.62
Volume68,303
Avg. Volume1,345,593
Market Cap75.998B
Beta (3Y Monthly)0.80
PE Ratio (TTM)13.36
EPS (TTM)7.81
Earnings DateJan 29, 2019
Forward Dividend & Yield1.82 (1.74%)
Ex-Dividend Date2018-12-06
1y Target Est121.07
  • BNSF Railway Has Worst Rail Traffic Performance among Peers
    Market Realist3 days ago

    BNSF Railway Has Worst Rail Traffic Performance among Peers

    Berkshire Hathaway-owned BNSF Railway’s (BRK.B) rail traffic volume declined 2.2% YoY to 214,630 units mainly due to a decrease in intermodal and carload traffic. BNSF’s rail traffic decline in week 48 was in contrast to the 0.4% gain registered by US railroad companies.

  • How Rail Traffic Trended for Canadian National in Week 48
    Market Realist4 days ago

    How Rail Traffic Trended for Canadian National in Week 48

    Canadian National Railway (CNI) reported 1.4% YoY total traffic volume growth in week 48. It moved 118,828 carloads compared to 117,201 units in week 48 of 2017. It ranked fourth in terms of week 46 traffic volume growth among all class I railroads. Union Pacific (UNP) was the highest gainer in the week with a YoY increase of 5.2% in total rail traffic. CSX (CSX) and Canadian Pacific Railway (CP) were in second and third places with both gaining 1.5% each. In absolute terms, CSX’s volume growth was higher than Canadian Pacific’s.

  • Canadian Pacific’s Carload Traffic Growth Was Highest among Peers
    Market Realist4 days ago

    Canadian Pacific’s Carload Traffic Growth Was Highest among Peers

    Canadian Pacific Railway (CP) reported 1.5% YoY total traffic volume growth in week 48. The company moved 56,391 railcars compared to 55,577 units in week 48 of 2017. Canadian Pacific’s YoY rail traffic gains were 3.9% in the first 48 weeks of 2018. The company’s traffic growth was higher than US railroads’ (PWB) 3.6% gains and Canadian rail carriers’ 3.8% gains during the same period.

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    With markets off to a shaky start in the fourth quarter, you can be confident that these three companies including Canadian National Railway (TSX:CNR)(NYSE:CNI) will be able to safely survive an economic downturn.

  • The Pros and Cons of Investing in Railroads at This Juncture
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    The Pros and Cons of Investing in Railroads at This Juncture

    Defensive companies have been gaining favour in the market, but does that make rail stocks like Canadian National Railway (TSX:CNR)(NYSE:CNI) a smart investment at this time?

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  • Union Pacific: Top Rail Traffic Volume Gainer in Week 48
    Market Realist7 days ago

    Union Pacific: Top Rail Traffic Volume Gainer in Week 48

    In week 48, Union Pacific (UNP) reported 5.2% YoY total traffic volume growth. The company moved 181,904 railcars compared to 172,939 units in week 48 of 2017. The major western US railroad company was first in terms of traffic volume growth among all of the Class I railroads in week 48. CSX (CSX), Canadian Pacific (CP), and Canadian National (CNI) were in second, third, and fourth with 1.5%, 1.5%, and 1.4% gains, respectively.

  • US Rail Traffic Volume Growth Slowed Down in Week 48
    Market Realist7 days ago

    US Rail Traffic Volume Growth Slowed Down in Week 48

    On December 5, the AAR (Association of American Railroads) released its rail freight traffic data for week 48, which ended on December 1. The AAR compiles weekly rail data from 12 major US, Mexican, and Canadian railroad companies. The weekly rail figures are segregated into intermodal units and carload traffic. Intermodal units are further divided into truck trailers and containers.

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  • CN Rail in joint bid for stake in largest container terminal in Eastern Canada
    The Canadian Press8 days ago

    CN Rail in joint bid for stake in largest container terminal in Eastern Canada

    Canadian National Railway is aiming to recreate its west coast success by bidding to acquire a stake in the largest container terminal in Eastern Canada. "As part of our action-oriented approach to grow trade volumes on our eastern network, CN is exploring the opportunity with a partner of getting involved in the acquisition of Halifax's Halterm container terminal," spokesman Jonathan Abecassis wrote in an email. The Montreal-based company declined to provide details of its bid for an interest in Halterm, a 30-hectare site at the Port of Halifax.

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  • CSX: Weakness in Intermodal Hurt Its Rail Traffic Growth
    Market Realist10 days ago

    CSX: Weakness in Intermodal Hurt Its Rail Traffic Growth

    CSX’s (CSX) rail traffic volume growth in week 47 was the slowest among Class I railroad companies. The company’s rail traffic grew 0.4% YoY (year-over-year) in week 47. The gain in carloads was mainly offset by weakness in the Intermodal segment. CSX hauled 110,092 railcars in week 47—compared to 109,624 railcars in week 47 of 2017.

  • BNSF Railway Reported Strong Carload Traffic Growth
    Market Realist10 days ago

    BNSF Railway Reported Strong Carload Traffic Growth

    Berkshire Hathaway-owned BNSF Railway (BRK.B) reported a 3.1% YoY increase in its rail traffic volume in week 47 due to strong carload traffic growth, which more than offset the weakness in intermodal units. The company reported rail traffic volumes of 187,426—compared to 181,826 units in the same week last year.

  • Canadian Pacific’s Rail Traffic Growth Momentum Continued
    Market Realist11 days ago

    Canadian Pacific’s Rail Traffic Growth Momentum Continued

    In week 47, Canadian Pacific Railway (CP) reported 3.5% YoY total traffic volume growth. The company moved 54,247 railcars—compared to 52,433 units in week 47 of 2017. The company was fifth in terms of the traffic volume growth in week 47 among all of the Class I railroads. Canadian National Railway (CNI) had the highest rail traffic gains during the week. Union Pacific (UNP) and Norfolk Southern (NSC) were second and third with 5.9% and 4.4% gains, respectively.

  • Norfolk Southern’s Rail Traffic Grew in Week 47
    Market Realist11 days ago

    Norfolk Southern’s Rail Traffic Grew in Week 47

    Norfolk Southern (NSC) reported 4.4% YoY growth in its rail traffic volume in week 47. The company hauled 134,716 total cars—compared to 129,058 units in the same week last year. The YoY growth was mainly driven by the strong performance in Norfolk Southern’s intermodal business. The growth was partially offset by weakness in the Carload segment.

  • Canadian National Railway: Top Volume Gainer in Week 47
    Market Realist14 days ago

    Canadian National Railway: Top Volume Gainer in Week 47

    In week 47, Canadian National Railway (CNI) reported 7.3% YoY total traffic volume growth. The company moved 115,280 railcars—compared to 107,471 units in week 47 of 2017. Canadian National Railway was first in terms of traffic volume growth among all of the Class I railroads in week 47. Union Pacific (UNP), Norfolk Southern (NSC), and Kansas City Southern (KSU) were in second, third, and fourth with 5.9%, 4.4%, and 3.9% gains, respectively.

  • How BNSF Railway’s Rail Traffic Looked in Week 46
    Market Realist15 days ago

    How BNSF Railway’s Rail Traffic Looked in Week 46

    Berkshire Hathaway-owned BNSF Railway (BRK.B) reported a 0.5% YoY fall in its rail traffic volume in week 46, as its weak intermodal performance more than offset the benefit of higher carload traffic. The company reported rail traffic volumes of 210,013 compared with 211,148 units in the same week of last year.

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  • Norfolk Southern’s Carload Traffic Plunged over 6% in Week 46
    Market Realist15 days ago

    Norfolk Southern’s Carload Traffic Plunged over 6% in Week 46

    Norfolk Southern (NSC) reported a 2.2% YoY fall in its rail traffic volume in week 46. The Eastern US railroad company hauled 148,100 total cars compared with 151,460 units in the same week of last year. Norfolk’s rail traffic decline in week 46 was in contrast to the 0.04% gain registered by US railroad companies. However, in the first 46 weeks, Norfolk Southern’s overall rail traffic volumes grew 4% YoY. The company’s traffic gains were higher than the 3.7% YoY growth reported by US railroad companies during the period.

  • How US Railroad Stocks Have Performed in 2018 So Far
    Market Realist16 days ago

    How US Railroad Stocks Have Performed in 2018 So Far

    After a slow start in the first half of 2018, railroad stocks (XTN) have gained solid momentum in the second half of the year on better-than-expected earnings. On a YTD basis, all the major US railroad companies have provided positive returns with the exception of Kansas City Southern (KSU). Union Pacific (UNP), Norfolk Southern (NSC), CSX (CSX), Canadian National Railway (CNI), and Canadian Pacific Railway (CP) have gained 9.9%, 12.4%, 28%, 1.8%, and 10.3%, respectively.

  • CSX’s Rail Traffic Growth Momentum Continues in Week 46
    Market Realist16 days ago

    CSX’s Rail Traffic Growth Momentum Continues in Week 46

    CSX’s (CSX) rail traffic volume grew 1.3% YoY to 127,094 units mainly due to an increase in carload traffic and intermodal units. In the first 46 weeks of 2018, the company recorded a 1.3% YoY increase in railcar traffic. The railroad’s rail traffic gains were lower than US railroad (FTXR) companies’ 3.7% gain during the same period.

  • This Railroad Is More Diversified Than You Think
    The Motley Fool17 days ago

    This Railroad Is More Diversified Than You Think

    Canadian National Railway (TSX:CNR)(NYSE:CNI) is often dismissed as a viable long-term investment option. Here's why that view is wrong and the railroad remains a great option for investors.

  • Canadian National Railway: How Rail Traffic Trended in Week 46
    Market Realist17 days ago

    Canadian National Railway: How Rail Traffic Trended in Week 46

    In week 46, Canadian National Railway (CNI) reported 3% YoY total traffic volume growth. It moved 117,649 railcars compared to 114,233 units in week 46 of 2017.