Con-way Keeps On Truckin'

Con-way (CNW) is one of the top 10 gainers on the NYSE this morning. The trucking company is surging over 12% on very heavy trade after reporting above-expectations first-quarter earnings. Last night's bullish news sparked a powerful gap-higher open that lifted shares well above their previous 2012 peak.

After a brief dip in the early going dropped shares back down to their March highs, Con-way was back in rally mode. The stock is now stabilizing above its open, as plus-side trade reaches its heaviest level this year. The breakout momentum is very strong and will likely carry shares higher in the near term....399 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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