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January 3, 2014
09:30 EDTGWRGenesee & Wyoming acquisition should be immediately accretive, says Stephens
Stephens expects Genesee & Wyoming's acquisition of a portion of the Dakota, Minnesota & Eastern rail line to be immediately accretive to its EPS upon the closing of the deal, which is expected to occur in the middle of next year. The firm thinks that the company has multiple catalysts on the horizon and a long-term EPS growth outlook of 15%-20%. It reiterates the stock as a Best Idea.
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January 28, 2015
07:23 EDTGWRSenate Commerce, Science & Transportation Committee holds a hearing
Hearing to examine freight rail transportation, focusing on enhancing safety, efficiency and commerce with Vice President Lonegro of CSX Transportation and Chief Operating Officer Brown of Genesee & Wyoming Railroad Services is being held on January 28 at 10 am. Webcast Link
January 16, 2015
10:01 EDTGWROn The Fly: Analyst Upgrade Summary
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08:39 EDTGWRGenesee & Wyoming upgraded at Stifel
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06:14 EDTGWRGenesee & Wyoming upgraded to Buy from Hold at Stifel
January 14, 2015
06:39 EDTGWRGenesee & Wyoming reports Q4 traffic up 8.1% YoY to 510,141 carloads
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06:36 EDTGWRGenesee & Wyoming reports December traffic up 12.2% to 174,707 carloads
G&Ws traffic in December 2014 was 174,707 carloads, up 12.2% or 18,938 carloads, vs. December 2013. G&Ws December same-railroad traffic was 169,368 carloads, up 13,599 carloads, or 8.7%, vs. December 2013. Same-railroad traffic, excluding traffic from the Rapid City, Pierre & Eastern Railroad, included: North American traffic up 13,119 carloads, or 9.6%, primarily due to increased coal & coke, minerals & stone and chemicals & plastics traffic; Australian traffic up 480 carloads, or 2.5%, primarily due to increased minerals & stone traffic, partially offset by decreased agricultural products and metallic ores traffic; minerals & stone traffic up 5,850 carloads, or 41.2%, due to increased shipments across all G&W regions; coal & coke traffic up 4,479 carloads, or 15.5%, due to increased steam coal shipments in G&Ws Ohio Valley, Midwest and Central regions; chemicals & plastics traffic up 1,794 carloads, or 14.0%, primarily due to increased shipments in G&Ws Midwest and Mountain West regions; all remaining traffic up by a net 1,476 carloads.

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