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Canadian National Railway Company T.CNR

Sector: Industrials | Sub-Sector: Railroads

Canadian National Railway Co is engaged in the rail and related transportation business. It transports goods for business sectors, ranging from resource products to manufactured products to consumer goods.
Price: $74.90 Volume: 489,030
Change: +$0.49 % Change: +0.66%
Day High/Low: 75.015/74.02 52 Week High/Low: 88.89/64.81
Last Traded: May 25, 2015 12:00 Transaction Volume: 38
Open: 74.25 Previous Close: 74.41
Bid: 74.87 Ask: 74.92
Bid Size: 100 Ask Size: 300
Market Cap: 60.1b Shares Out: 802.7m
PE Ratio: 18.7 Dividend Yield: 1.6799

Latest Bullboard Posts

  • Support

    0 stars

    Looks like some support around $73 to $75, down only fractionally this week - if it goes below $70 I'll be looking at adding shares, but...

    2 stars


  • RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:CNR we know, all the time

    5 stars

    Do not disagree at all.  CN is an institutional stock.  Periodically, one or more institutions will decide it fits into their long term...

    1.5 stars


  • RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:CNR we know, all the time

    5 stars

    Ufoolme, of course we know that CN Rail is a bellwhether stock and susbsequently we can see the loss in market cap as a reflection of...

    2 stars


  • nonbeliever

    0 stars

    This is the same guy who criticizes CN and says they should increase their dividend because CP pays a higher dividend.  Doofus seems to...

    1.5 stars


  • RE:RE:RE:RE:CNR we know, all the time

    0 stars

    HH  there is no correlation.  CNR is down because the markets are down, their own carloadings are down, and US economic conditions are...

    1.5 stars