2016 2nd quarter financial results for Class I railroads
Net Earnings: $445 million or $0.47 per share; down from $533 million or $0.56 per share
Revenue: Down 12 percent
Operating Income: Down 17 percent to $840 million
Operating Ratio: Increased 210 basis points to 68.9 percent
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Net earnings: $120 million or $1.11 diluted earnings per share, a 10 percent increase
Revenue: $569 million, a decrease of 3 percent
Operating Income: $220 million, an 18 percent increase
Operating Ratio: 61.3 percent, improvement of 6.8 points
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Net Earnings: C$328 million or C$2.15 per share, a decline of 16 percent
Revenue: C$1.45 billion, a decrease of 12 percent
Operating Income: C$551 million, a decrease of C$95 million
Operating Ratio: 62 percent, an increase of 110 basis points
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Net Earnings: $1.0 billion or $1.17 per diluted share, a decline of 15 percent
Revenue: $4.8 billion, down 12 percent
Operating Income: $1.7 billion, down 15 percent
Operating Ratio: 65.2 percent, an increase of 1.1 points
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Net Earnings: Decreased to C$858 million or C$1.10 per diluted share
Revenue: Decreased to C$2,842 million, a 9 percent decrease
Operating Income: C$1,549 million, a 12 percent decline
Operating Ratio: Second quarter record of 54.5 percent, an improvement of 1.9 points
Click here to read Canadian National’s full second quarter earnings report.
Net Earnings: $405 million or $1.36 diluted earnings per share, a decline in net earnings and a 4 percent decline in earnings per share.
Revenue: $2.5 billion, down 10 percent
Operating Income: $770 million, a 5 percent decrease
Operating Ratio: Improved to 68.6 percent, a 140 basis point improvement or 11 percent reduction
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Note: Operating ratio is a railroad’s operating expenses expressed as a percentage of operating revenue, and is considered by economists to be the basic measure of carrier profitability. The lower the operating ratio, the more efficient the railroad.