What is Kansas City Southern's stock symbol?
Kansas City Southern trades on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) under the ticker symbol "KSU."
How often does Kansas City Southern pay dividends? What is the dividend yield for Kansas City Southern?
Kansas City Southern declared a quarterly dividend on Thursday, January 26th. Shareholders of record on Monday, March 13th will be given a dividend of $0.33 per share on Wednesday, April 5th. This represents a $1.32 annualized dividend and a yield of 1.52%. The ex-dividend date is Thursday, March 9th.
Where is Kansas City Southern's stock going? Where will Kansas City Southern's stock price be in 2017?
20 brokerages have issued 1-year price targets for Kansas City Southern's shares. Their forecasts range from $83.00 to $114.00. On average, they anticipate Kansas City Southern's stock price to reach $100.47 in the next year.
When will Kansas City Southern announce their earnings?
Kansas City Southern is scheduled to release their next quarterly earnings announcement on Monday, April, 17th 2017.
What are analysts saying about Kansas City Southern stock?
Here are some recent quotes from research analysts about Kansas City Southern stock:
- Seaport Global Securities analysts commented, "We are downgrading KSU from Accumulate to Neutral. We think there's simply too much uncertainty around US/Mexican trade policy to get a good enough handle on what EPS will look like in 2019 and beyond. Related to that point, KSU's stock has been closely correlated to the peso, and we do not pretend to be an FX analyst. We readily acknowledge KSU's stock, at least on a P/E multiple basis, is as cheap as it's been in a long time. We also acknowledge that if President Trump's policies prove to be more bark than bite then we will likely be wrong by moving to the sidelines. With that said, we think it's nearly impossible to know what EPS will be over the long term given we don't know what a reworked NAFTA or border tax might look like. We also don't know the potential impact of Mexican energy reform on fuel costs post 2018. For these reasons, we move to the sidelines despite what looks like a tremendous growth opportunity from Mexican energy reform/new plastics facilities. As an alternative, we prefer Union Pacific (UNP) for incremental investment." (1/23/2017)
According to Zacks Investment Research, "Kansas City Southern’s third quarter results disappointed with earnings missing estimates and declining 7% on a year over year basis. The company’s results were primarily impacted by weak energy markets. Moreover other challenges such as floods, outages and service disruption in the company’s Mexico unit also contributed to the downside. However the company saw improvement in revenues in Chemical & Petroleum segment and Agriculture & Minerals segments. We remain positive on the company's vast network which might help in perfromance improvement. However We continue to be concerned with the weak energy markets and resulting impact on the company's top-line." (10/27/2016)
Oppenheimer Holdings, Inc. analysts commented, "We’re initiating coverage of Kansas City Southern with an Outperform rating/$103 target. We’re drawn to the company’s central US/Gulf Coast and cross-border capability connecting to its growing Mexican operations. Well positioned at a major intersection of commerce transit/interchange in the US, KSU also stands to benefit from accelerating growth in Mexico in coming quarters as automotive shipments increase via manufacturing plant ramps following significant 1H16 re-toolings. In addition to its burgeoning automotive business, Mexico is garnering broad-based foreign investment due to its cost-effective, skilled labor force/proximity to US consumption markets. With KSU trading at a 15% discount to its historical average multiple, we anticipate solid upside over coming quarters as KSU’s growth story rebounds vs. easy y/y comparisons." (6/15/2016)
Who owns Kansas City Southern stock?
Kansas City Southern's stock is owned by a number of of institutional and retail investors. Top institutional shareholders include State Street Corp (4.23%), Sands Capital Management LLC (2.62%), Highfields Capital Management LP (1.52%), Dimensional Fund Advisors LP (1.21%), FMR LLC (1.12%) and Russell Investments Group Ltd. (0.96%). Company insiders that own Kansas City Southern stock include David L Starling, Delano Jose Guillermo Zozaya, Michael J Naatz, Michael R Haverty, Michael W Upchurch, Patrick J Ottensmeyer, Robert J Druten, Warren K Erdman and William J Wochner.
Who sold Kansas City Southern stock? Who is selling Kansas City Southern stock?
Kansas City Southern's stock was sold by a variety of institutional investors in the last quarter, including FMR LLC, Alyeska Investment Group L.P., Two Sigma Investments LP, Sands Capital Management LLC, J. Goldman & Co LP, Cipher Capital LP, Artisan Partners Limited Partnership and Capstone Investment Advisors LLC. Company insiders that have sold Kansas City Southern stock in the last year include David L Starling, Delano Jose Guillermo Zozaya, Michael W Upchurch, Patrick J Ottensmeyer, Robert J Druten and William J Wochner.
Who bought Kansas City Southern stock? Who is buying Kansas City Southern stock?
Kansas City Southern's stock was bought by a variety of institutional investors in the last quarter, including Russell Investments Group Ltd., Highfields Capital Management LP, Janus Capital Management LLC, Allianz Asset Management AG, Renaissance Technologies LLC, State Street Corp, Asset Management One Co. Ltd. and Sandia Holdings LLC.
How do I buy Kansas City Southern stock?
Shares of Kansas City Southern can be purchased through any online brokerage account. Popular online brokerages include Vanguard Brokerage Services, TD Ameritrade, E*TRADE, Scottrade, Fidelity and Charles Schwab.
How much does a share of Kansas City Southern stock cost?
One share of Kansas City Southern stock can currently be purchased for approximately $86.89.