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- CSX (NYSE:CSX) reports it grew operating income by 14% in Q1 as growth across markets offset the impact of a strong U.S. dollar and lower fuel recoveries.
- Total merchandise volume was up 2% during the quarter to 690K units.
- Coal volume -1% to 289K units.
- Intermodal volume +1% to 655K units.
- Operating ratio +330 bps to 72.2%.
- A new $2B share repurchase program has been approved.
- Previously: CSX beats by $0.01, misses on revenue
- CSX +4.3% after hours.
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- CSX -0.3% AH after reporting slightly better than expected Q2 earnings on record quarterly revenue, rising 6.5% Y/Y to $3.24B, as total volume rose 7.5% while average revenue per unit slipped 1%.
- CSX affirms its 2014 outlook for modest earnings and expects double-digit earnings growth and margin expansion to resume next year, citing a positive economic environment and growth trends in the intermodal and oil and gas markets.
- Raises its 2014 spending plan by $100M to $2.4B to support sustainable growth.
- Coal volume rose 6.5% on higher shipments of domestic coal attributable to marketplace gains and utilities replenishing stockpiles.
- The results may help ease concerns that the U.S. economy’s Q1 contraction showed weakness beyond winter-weather disruptions; analysts also project Union Pacific (NYSE:UNP) and Norfolk Southern (NYSE:NSC) to announce sales records.
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- CSX (CSX) +0.9% AH after Q1 earnings fell 14% Y/Y, caused largely by harsh winter weather across much of its railroad network, but beat expectations, and revenue rose 2% to $3.01B as it hauled 3% more freight.
- CSX says the early 2014 weather difficulties cost it $0.08-$0.09/share in increased expenses and lost revenue.
- Coal volume declined 1%, intermodal shipments rose 5%, and merchandise volume added 2%, driven by growth in agricultural products and chemicals shipments.
- Expects modest FY 2014 earnings growth on the strength of broad-based merchandise and intermodal gains and an improving domestic coal environment.
- Approves a 7% increase in the quarterly dividend to $0.16/share.
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- CSX -3.5% AH after Q4 profit fell 3.8% as expenses climbed, masking a jump in volume boosted by strong shipments of chemicals, autos and agricultural products.
- CSX Chairman/CEO Michael Ward says the results were supported by "the strength of an expanding economy," boosting overall volume by ~6% despite a 5% decline in coal volume.
- CSX has higher exposure to coal than its peers, reflecting the railroad's geography, which includes the Appalachian coal basin; ~25% of CSX's revenue comes from coal.
- Intermodal and chemical shipments were important factors contributing to CSX's growth in revenue and volumes for most of 2013; during Q4, intermodal revenue rose 10% while chemicals climbed 17%.
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