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March 11, 2014
08:18 EDTRAIL, TRN, GBXRailcar cycle can still be driven by non-tank car demand, says Stephens
Stephens believes the railcar cycle still has several strong years and said it is encouraged by early signs of a pick-up in demand for non-tank railcars. Stephens raised its price target on Greenbriar (GBX) to $51 from $40 and increased its price target on Trinity Industries (TRN) to $85 from $80 and maintains Overweight ratings on both. Note that Stephens downgraded another stock in the sector, FreightCar America (RAIL), to Equal Weight this morning citing valuation.
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August 27, 2015
09:28 EDTTRNTrinity Industries doesn't believe addition tests of ET Plus system are needed
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August 24, 2015
18:55 EDTTRNOn The Fly: After Hours Movers
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18:30 EDTTRNTrinity Industries up 1.6% after positive mention by Craig Hodges on CNBC
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August 21, 2015
10:09 EDTRAILUSW reaches settlement with FreightCar America
The USW has reached a settlement of retiree insurance litigation with FreightCar America Inc. over the company's unlawful termination of retiree medical and life insurance benefits. The company had promised to provide lifetime benefits to its retirees. On the eve of trial scheduled for next week in Johnstown, Pa., the company agreed to contribute more than $31M to a fund to provide ongoing contributions toward insurance benefits. FreightCar had previously been forced to settle NLRB charges and federal court litigation in 2005 in connection with its bad faith bargaining and a prior elimination of retiree insurance and pension benefits. FreightCar operated a former Bethlehem rail car manufacturing plant in Johnstown until 2008. The settlement will affect some 650 retirees. They will receive a formal notice describing the terms of the settlement and an opportunity to express their views. The settlement is subject to court approval.
August 20, 2015
17:37 EDTRAILFreightCar America reaches preliminary settlement in retiree benefits litigation
FreightCar America has reached a preliminary settlement agreement with the United Steel Workers International Union and other plaintiffs in connection with the pending litigation relating to certain disputed retiree medical coverage and life insurance benefits. Under the terms of the preliminary settlement agreement, FreightCar America will make a one-time cash payment of $32.75M in exchange for full and final resolution of the matter. The preliminary settlement is subject to the execution of definitive documentation and court approval. Approval of the settlement terms is anticipated to be granted by the court by early 2016. Upon payment of the settlement amount, the company expects to realize an after-tax gain of approximately $11M, based on associated recorded liabilities of approximately $67M at June 30, 2015. The current pre-tax expense associated with these postretirement benefits is approximately $3.3M annually, which will be eliminated upon payment of the settlement amount.

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