Kansas City Southern (NYSE:KSU) has received a short term rating of sell from experts at Zacks with a rank of 4. The stock has been rated an average of 2.43 by 14 Brokerage Firm. 5 Wall Street Firms have rated the stock as a strong buys. 1 stock experts have also suggested a buy rating. 6 Brokerage Firms have advised hold. 1 Analysts have rated it as strong sell. A sell rating was given by 1 analyst.
Other Equity analysts have also commented on the company shares. Oppenheimer initiates coverage on Kansas City Southern (NYSE:KSU). The current rating of the shares is Outperform, according to the research report released by the firm. The rating by the firm was issued on June 16, 2016.
Kansas City Southern (NYSE:KSU): The mean estimate for the short term price target for Kansas City Southern (NYSE:KSU) stands at $95.92 according to 13 Analysts. The higher price target estimate for the stock has been calculated at $110 while the lower price target estimate is at $73.
Kansas City Southern (NYSE:KSU) rose 0.39% or 0.35 points on Tuesday and made its way into the gainers of the day. After trading began at $87.99 the stock was seen hitting $90.15 as a peak level and $86.0925 as the lowest level. The stock ended up at $89.68. The daily volume was measured at 1,436,135 shares. The 52-week high of the share price is $101.24 and the 52-week low is $62.2. The company has a market cap of $9,684 million.
Shares of Kansas City Southern appreciated by 1.08% during the last five trading days but lost 1.17% on a 4-week basis. Kansas City Southern is up 5.32% in the last 3-month period. Year-to-Date the stock performance stands at 21.01%.
Kansas City Southern (KCS) is a transportation holding company with domestic and international rail operations in North America that are focused on the north/south freight corridor connecting commercial and industrial markets in the central United States with industrial cities in Mexico. The Companys rail network includes The Kansas City Southern Railway Company (KCSR), which serves a ten-state region in the midwest and southeast regions of the United States and has the shortest north/south rail route between Kansas City, Missouri and several key ports along the Gulf of Mexico in Alabama, Louisiana, Mississippi and Texas; Kansas City Southern de Mexico, S.A. de C.V. (KCSM), which serves Mexicos principal industrial cities and three of its major seaports, and Mexrail, Inc. (Mexrail), which owns The Texas Mexican Railway Company (Tex-Mex), which connects the operations of KCSR with KCSM.