|Last Update: 05/17/13 - 4:02 PM EDT|
|YTD Performance: 36.13%|
|Previous Close: $36.62|
|52 Week Range: $25.97 - $38.78|
|Oustanding Shares: 56,339,759|
|Market Cap: 2,063,161,975|
|Qtr (06/13)||Qtr (09/13)||FY (12/13)||FY (12/14)|
|Number of Analysts||16||15||15||16|
|Growth Rate (Year over Year)||-7.48%||40.89%||9.10%||40.85%|
Technically, the transportation stock appears to be ready to rally.
CNW was downgraded to Neutral from Buy, Goldman Sachs said. $35 price target. Valuation call.
CNW earnings estimates for FY2014 were increased, said Citigroup. The company should retest peak margin levels. The price target was increased to $42.
CNW was upgraded to Buy, said Deutsche Bank. There is favorable risk/reward given improving manufacturing activity, a strengthening housing market, and company-specific initiatives. 2014 estimates and the price target were raised. Price target is now $43.
CNW was upgraded to Buy from Neutral, Citigroup said. $39 price target. Incremental margin and cost analysis suggests upside to 1H13 EPS.
Shares of CNW now seen reaching $30, Citi said. Estimates also lowered on sharp incremental margin discount. Neutral rating.
CNW was downgraded to Underperform from Buy, Bank of America/Merrill Lynch said. $37 price target. Estimates also cut, given higher realized costs and a weaker freight market.
The market is whistling past FedEx's miss, but maybe we should pay more attention.
Shares of CNW now seen reaching $38, according to Credit Suisse. Estimates also cut, given the macro environment and a higher tax rate. Outperform rating.
Sellers are driving the trucking company through key support near the 200-day moving average.