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    GM
    $UNP conversation
    Key factor for forward rail intermodal container volumes is whether import boxes come into US West Coast or East Coast. Coronavirus is changing the coastal equation. See new FreightWaves coverage of latest data on how import flows are changing: $UNP $CSX $NSC $CP $CNI $KSU https://www.freightwaves.com/news/need-for-speed-drives-ships-toward-pacific-ports
    E-commerce and coronavirus fallout are buoying container services from Asia to the West Coast.
    E-commerce and coronavirus fallout are buoying container services from Asia to the West Coast.
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    J
    $CSX conversation
    Hunter Harrison? He's 72 yrs old, and he is loaded with money. You would think that he would want to enjoy what he still has left of his life. He can leave it all to family members who may blow it all, but he can't take it with him.
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    Bob
    From what I hear from the conductors and engineers so far about working conditions, so far they like the changes they are seeing.
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    RRJim
    $CSX conversation
    CSX & NS has had a big wake up call over the last 17 months. That it was time to pull the reins back on is over exposure to coal. Both railroads had 25%-30% of it's business with coal. West coast railroads were only 15%. A few articles I've read having Michael Ward hoping for a Trump win and coals comeback tells me he hasn't learned a valuable lesson. The reality is Natural Gas is cheaper and that's all power plants care about the bottom line.
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    Archie72
    $CSX conversation
    Looks like a buy out candidate to me. Lot of 29 and 30 options are being bought. Someone knows something
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    Bob
    What does HH have against hump yards?
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    Mark Brewer
    $CSX conversation
    A year ago, Harrison led a failed Canadian Pacific bid to acquire Norfolk Southern railroad. Canadian Pacific abandoned its roughly $30 billion bid for Norfolk Southern Corp. after encountering opposition from the railroad, politicians and some customers.

    Harrison had also contacted CSX at least twice since 2014 to explore the possibility of a merger with Canadian Pacific, but those talks never advanced.
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    RRJim
    $CSX conversation
    Those naysayers on CSX are free to invest elsewhere. If you still have time before retirement go for it. Some of us don't have that luxury. Sure I wish my CSX stock would of taken off after the split in 2011 to the $75+ level. That's all about the economy not the railroad. At this point the dividends count in my world. Two reasons letting it ride adding stock or cashing it out to supplement my retirement. I've looked at other investments possibly going to a managed account etc... all I see is someone who'll make money off my money by continuously changing investments. I can't/won't go that route at this age. If you're still young enough go for it.
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    Richard
    $CSX conversation
    Big investors squeezing the shorts
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    g
    $CSX conversation
    if csx would quit hiring high $ management and get rid of the excess upper management they have now(start w/WARD) instead of furloughing the people needed to run trains and service customers they would be #1
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    SM
    CSX Corporation
    HH must be furious at this point. He will get tired of Hilal's games and greediness of wanting 6 board seats.
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    Munish
    Vote yes. I already did
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    Derek
    $CSX conversation
    “While we struggle to reconcile management reported efficiency gains in a down earnings year, we are nonetheless impressed by results and encouraged for a brighter future at CSX,” [Barclay's] analyst Brandon Oglenski wrote in a note.
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    Oglenski has his job to worry about, so he's being diplomatic. But I can be more blunt than he:

    If the OR efficiency slipped (from 68.3 to 69 percent), and topline revenues declined as well, the reported CSX earnings is a product of creative accounting, not the act of actually doing business.
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    equalateralturnout
    $CSX conversation
    Nice quarter CSX considering the circumstances.
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    Stockguru
    $CSX conversation
    Too late to get in now? Was thinking of taking a position but feel as though it already had a big run.
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    Derek
    $CSX conversation
    Mystery solved.

    The market heard a rumor, and they liked it. CSX might be getting a new CEO...the best CEO in the history of railroading.

    Imagine that.
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    WILLIAM NAPRSTEK
    CSX Corporation
    mid day profit will close between $51.50 and $52. also expect $54-55 tomorrow following several upgrades. the conf call lasted over 90 min q and a. I'd be shocked if we get less than 5 upgrades etc before Friday open. with high 50 low 60 p targets
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    Pharmaheroooooo
    $CSX conversation
    They pumping this bubble fraud all over the internet be careful guys
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    Felicia
    $CSX conversation
    maybee now the railroads will settle with our unions and give us our contract in stead off crying the blues the railroads are broke really they are making record profits and give there mangement bonuses give us what we deserve a fair contract without trying to not pay our backpay we havent had a contrct for 3 yrs now because there cying poverty i think the stocks prove ther not give me a break
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    Razor
    $CSX conversation
    It will not be the common shareholders that decide if HH will be the new CEO. This decision will be made by institutional shareholders since they hold 71% of the stock. CSX stock has shot up from mid $20s to as much as $49 per share in the last six months or so. If I were an institutional holder I would take my profit and run. New management will just sell the company for whatever they can get for it and take their packages and move on to the next gig. If I owned this stock I would watch the daily stock price and if it dips, I would be out. I don't own any CSX but I have a lot of railroad friends that do and I just hope they don't loss the over $20 gain they now have since the talk of a merger started. I really hate that the coal companies and the railroads have been hit so hard by obama and his policies but it looks to me that the coal industry will not be surging back under Trump. I worked for a power company and our company has done away with all but our largest coal plant and I believe they will one day soon do away with it due to all the regulations and the problems they have had with coal ash and it's disposal and leaking ash ponds. All things considered, it looks like gas will be the new coal. Good luck CSX holders.
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