Kansas City Southern (KSU): $6.52 million was the positive money flow into the stock on Monday and the up/down ratio of ticks was also in favor of the bulls at 1.75. The value of trades done on upticks was $15.15 million, whereas, trades done on downticks were valued at $8.64 million. Money flows are calculated as the dollar value of composite uptick trades minus the dollar value of downtick trades. large traders, also sometimes called as the smart money, block traded $6.69 million worth stocks on upticks, which is a bullish indication. The downticks accounted only for $1.05 million worth of block trades showing a lack of interest among the large traders to sell the stock down. The up/down ratio of 6.38 was strongly in favor of the bulls. The money flow in block trades was $5.64 million. Kansas City Southern (KSU) fell $0.12 traded at $94.26, a change of -0.13% over the previous day. The stock is 4.5% for the week.
Kansas City Southern is up 4.91% in the last 3-month period. Year-to-Date the stock performance stands at 29.02%. Shares of Kansas City Southern rose by 5.79% in the last five trading days and 9.49% for the last 4 weeks. In a related news,The director of Kansas City Southern, Druten Robert J sold 3,240 shares at $89.94 on June 9, 2016. The Insider selling transaction had a total value worth of $291,406. The Insider information was disclosed with the Securities and Exchange Commission in a Form 4 filing.
Kansas City Southern (NYSE:KSU): stock turned positive on Monday. Though the stock opened at $94.04, the bulls momentum made the stock top out at $95.73 level for the day. The stock recorded a low of $92.75 and closed the trading day at $95.62, in the green by 1.31%. The total traded volume for the day was 1,724,604. The stock had closed at $94.38 in the previous days trading.
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.