Shares of the following Canadian natural resource companies reached a 52-week high on Tuesday.
On Tuesday, Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd. (TSX: T. CP, Stock Forum) briefly hit $118.57 before closing at $116.22, for an increase of 3.06%.
The railway operator said its diluted earnings per share increased 15% over 2011 to $1.28 in its fourth-quarter results.
The company expects full year 2013 revenue growth to be in the high single digits.
The second company to make the 52-week-high list was Keyera Corp. (TSX: T.KEY, Stock Forum). The stock hit a new peak of $51.89, before closing at $51.70, for an increase of 1.33%.
On Jan. 9, the operator of natural gas midstream businesses announced a cash dividend for January 2013 of 18.0 cents per common share.
The dividend will be payable on Feb. 15, 2013.
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