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May 8, 2014
06:31 EDTGWRGenesee & Wyoming reports April traffic up 8.1% to 170,513 carloads
North American traffic increased 14,783 carloads, or 10.8%, primarily due to increased coal, agricultural products and overhead Class 1 shipments. Australian traffic decreased 1,965 carloads, or 9.5%, primarily due to decreased minerals & stone traffic. Coal & coke traffic increased 5,007 carloads, or 20.8%, primarily due to increased steam coal shipments in G&Ws Midwest and Ohio Valley regions, partially offset by decreased shipments in G&Ws Central Region. Agricultural products traffic increased 4,566 carloads, or 22.9%, primarily due to increased shipments in G&Ws Pacific, Canada, Central and Ohio Valley regions. G&Ws Other commodity group traffic increased 4,069 carloads, or 65.2%, primarily due to overhead Class 1 shipments.
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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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