The stock of the Canadian National Railway (CNR.TO) decreased from C$134.77 on June 14 to C$129. 80 on June 21. From 23 June to July 6, the price fluctuated between C$131.82 and C$129.73. After climbing by fluctuating from C$129.68 to C$133.74 on July 9, finally the price declined to C$131.47 on July 13. On July 9, Canadian National Railway (CNR.TO) and Kansas City Southern for rail customers, port operators, employees, stakeholders, and communities, S described how the planned merger of CN and KCS will preserve and promote competition, growth, and more choice. They’re giving train customers more options, keeping gateways available on economically reasonable terms, and enforcing the gateway pledge through secret, voluntary, enforceable arbitration, and the last one creating greater price transparency.
CN is a global leader in transportation and a trade enabler. Every year, CN securely delivers more than 300 million tons of natural resources, manufacturing products, and finished commodities across North America, benefiting the economy, consumers, and communities it serves. Kansas City Southern is a railroad holding corporation with railroad investments in the United States, Mexico, Canada, and Panama.