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Tue, Oct. 27, 3:29 PM
- Railroad and trucking stocks are down today on a mix of news seen as negative for the transportation sector. UPS reported lower package volume in Q3 and durable-goods orders fell in September.
- Decliners include Norfolk Southern (NSC -3.6%), Union Pacific (UNP -5.1%), CSX Corporation (CSX -3.8%), Kansas City Southern (KSU -4.4%), Canadian Pacific(CP -5.4%), Canadian National Railway (CNI -3.9%), Genesee & Wyoming (GWR -5.3%), XPO Logistics (XPO -11.8%), Echo Global Logistics (ECHO -12.6%), C.H. Robinson Worldwide (CHRW -2.8%), Radiant Logistics (RLGT -7.9%), FedEx (FDX -1.4%), Air T (AIRT -5.9%), and Air Transport Services (ATSG -3.2%).
- The iShares Dow Jones Transportation ETF (NYSEARCA:IYT) is down 2.7%.
- Related: Tough day for four wheelers (Oct. 27)
Tue, Oct. 13, 1:12 PM
- Transportation stocks are weak today on macroeconomic concerns and with a guidance cut from Ryder capturing some attention. Investment firms have also chipped away at the airline and railroad sectors with downgrades and price target revisions.
- The move lower includes a wide variety of trucking, freight, and logistics stocks. FedEx (FDX -1.4%), Norfolk Southern (NSC -1.5%), CSX Corporation (CSX -1.7%), Knight Transportation (KNX -4.8%), J.B. Hunt Transport Services (JBHT -2.4%), Landstar System (LSTR -1.5%), Heartland Express (HTLD -2.7%), Air Transport Services Group (ATSG -1.6%), Allegiant Travel (ALGT -3.4%), Virgin America (VA -4.3%), and Hub Group (HUBG -2.9%) are all lower than broad market averages.
- The Dow Jones Transportation Average is off 1.76% vs. the S&P 500 -0.26%.
- Related ETFs: IYT, XTN.
Wed, Aug. 5, 4:47 PM
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Wed, Jun. 17, 10:15 AM
- Global freight and delivery stocks trade lower after FedEx was a touch light with Q1 revenue and issued cautious guidance for Q2.
- A strong U.S. dollar and narrowing fuel surcharges have been drags on the international part of the sector.
- Decliners: Air T (NYSE:AIR) -1.0%, PostNL (OTCPK:PNLYY) -1.75%, Deutsche Post (OTCPK:DPSGY) -1.0%, UPS (NYSE:UPS) -0.4%, Air Transport Services Group (NASDAQ:ATSG) -0.4%.
- Previously: Operating margin falls for FedEx in FQ4
Tue, May 5, 5:10 PM
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Wed, Apr. 8, 1:33 PM
- The proxy fight going on at Biglari Holdings (BH +0.7%) could be the jump-the-shark moment (reference) for investor activism, warns Glasss Lewis co-founder Greg Taxin.
- On one side, Groveland Capital is doing a lot of barking for only holding a 0.2% stake, note industry watchers.
- The fund is asking for board seats and is a harsh critic of current management.
- Biglari Holdings is also in full battle mode.
- Sardar Biglari has a takeover provision that pays him licensing fees for Steak n' Shake signs which is a measure that isn't viewed as a benefit to shareholders.
- He has also built up a sizable position in Air T (NASDAQ:ATSG) which in an interesting coincidence has Groveland founder Nick Swenson as its Chairman of the Board.
- Shares of Biglari Holdings are down 7.1% over the last 52 weeks.
- Previously: Expensive signs at Steak N' Shake (Jan. 21 2015)
- Previously: Biglari Holdings fights back against activist investor (Mar. 12 2015)
Tue, Apr. 7, 11:15 AM
- A number of air transport stocks are on the rise after FedEx ponies up $4.8B for TNT Express.
- There's some confidence from analysts that more sector consolidation could be on tap.
- Gainers include Air Transport Services (NASDAQ:ATSG) +3.8%, Air T (NASDAQ:AIRT) +3.7%, Deutsche Post (OTCPK:DPSGY, OTCPK:DPSTF) +1.4% , Atlas Air Worldwide (NASDAQ:AAWW) +1.5%, and PostNL (OTCPK:PNLYY, OTC:TNTFF) +11.7%.
- Even UPS (NYSE:UPS) is out ahead of the broad market with a +0.6% gain.
- Previously: FedEx to buy TNT Express for €4.4B
- Previously: Investors and analysts applaud FedEx-TNT deal
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Nov. 5, 2014, 6:03 PM
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Aug. 6, 2014, 12:45 PM
Air Transport Services Group Inc, through its subsidiaries, provides airline operations, aircraft leases, aircraft maintenance and other support services mainly to the air cargo transportation and package delivery industries.
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