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Norfolk Southern Corp (NSC.N)

NSC.N on New York Stock Exchange

184.24USD
21 Sep 2018
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Norfolk Southern Corporation is a holding company engaged in the rail transportation business. As of December 31, 2016, the Company operated approximately 19,500 miles of road primarily in the East and Midwest. The Company is engaged in the rail transportation of raw materials, intermediate products and finished goods primarily... (more)

Overall

Beta: 1.36
Market Cap(Mil.): $37,596.20
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 288.18
Dividend: 0.61
Yield (%): 1.87

Financials

BRIEF-Norfolk Southern Says Partners With Plug And Play To Drive Innovation In Supply Chain Logistics

* NORFOLK SOUTHERN SAYS PARTNERS WITH PLUG AND PLAY TO DRIVE INNOVATION IN SUPPLY CHAIN LOGISTICS Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:

10 May 2018

BRIEF-Norfolk Southern Submits Comments Responding To FRA Request For Information On Automation

* NORFOLK SOUTHERN SUBMITS COMMENTS RESPONDING TO FRA REQUEST FOR INFORMATION ON AUTOMATION Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:

08 May 2018

UPDATE 3-Norfolk Southern beats on revenue, still working to fix service

April 25 Shares in Norfolk Southern Corp rose about 5 percent in early trading on Wednesday after the fourth-largest U.S. railroad reported a 27 percent increase in year-over-year quarterly net profit and topped revenue forecasts.

25 Apr 2018

BRIEF-Norfolk Southern Reports Q1 Earnings Per Share $1.93

* Q1 EARNINGS PER SHARE VIEW $1.77 -- THOMSON REUTERS I/B/E/S

25 Apr 2018

Higher volumes, lower tax rate lifts Norfolk Southern quarterly profit

NEW YORK, April 25 Norfolk Southern Corp , one of the largest U.S. railroads by revenue, reported a rise in quarterly net profit on Wednesday, driven by higher volumes of the freight it carries and a lower effective tax rate.

25 Apr 2018

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