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March 25, 2014
15:01 EDTCNICN announces plan to phase out company fleet of DOT-111 tank cars
Earlier today, Canadian National annouced it is carrying out a gradual phase-out of its small fleet of 183 legacy DOT-111 tank cars used to transport diesel fuel for its locomotives to yard terminals. CN is investing C$7M to replace all the DOT-111 tank cars it owns outright with 40 new tank cars meeting the latest regulatory standards by the end of this year. The remaining 143 leased DOT-111 cars will also be replaced with a gradual phase-out plan completed as leases mature over the next four years.
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June 30, 2015
08:09 EDTCNIRail estimates need to come down further, says Citi
Citi analyst Christian Wetherbee noted that consensus estimates in the rail sector for Q2 EPS have fallen an average of 8% since the firm moved below consensus last month, but believes the numbers have to come down further. Wetherbee cut his Q2 estimates by another 5%, lowered Q3 by 4% and cut his forecast for 2016 EPS by 3% and lowered price targets on stocks in the space by 6% on average. Wetherbee added that he believes Union Pacific (UNP) and Norfolk Southern (NSC) have the highest the pre-announcement risk in the group and lowered his targets on those stocks, as well as for Canadian National (CNI), Canadian Pacific (CP), CSX (CSC) and Kansas City Southern (KSU).
June 22, 2015
10:14 EDTCNIKansas City Southern could yield synergies for Canadian National, says Cowen
Cowen said Canadian National (CNI) has been increasing its presence and service offerings in the U.S. Gulf coast and a merger with Kansas City Southern (KSU) could increase competitiveness and result in substantial revenue synergies. The firm said Kansas City Southern trades at a 25% premium to the rail group and any merger would involve a great amount of political risk and has no reason to believe the company is contemplating such a move.

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