Industrial Stocks

CP vs CNR: Which stock to watch in 2023?

 CP vs CNR: Which stock to watch in 2023?

As we are about to enter 2023, investors must be hoping for a positive year. However, it is difficult to predict what's in store for them.

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Air Canada (TSX: AC) posts operating revenue of $2.5B in Q1. A buy?

Air Canada (TSX: AC) posts operating revenue of $2.5B in Q1. A buy?

Highlights Air Canada (TSX: AC) announced its first-quarter results for fiscal 2022 on Tuesday, April 26. The Canadian airline said its average seat miles (ASM) capacity grew 3.4 times year-over-year (YoY) in Q1 2022. The company expec ...

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TFII and ALC: 2 TSX shipping stocks to aid your supply chain concerns?

TFII and ALC: 2 TSX shipping stocks to aid your supply chain concerns?

Highlights Shipping stocks like TFI (TSX: TFII) and Algoma (TSX: ALC) gained increased attention after COVID lockdowns made marine shipping vital. Now that the pandemic seems to be a little under control, global supply channels are faci ...

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TRI and WCN: 2 TSX industrial stocks under $200

TRI and WCN: 2 TSX industrial stocks under $200

Highlights The S&P/TSX Capped Industrials Index achieved growth of almost eight per cent in March Waste Connections (WCN) stock’s growth in March was over nine per cent The TRI stock has gained over 23 per cent in the past 12 ...

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Is it time to keep close watch on Air Canada (AC)?

Is it time to keep close watch on Air Canada (AC)?

Highlights Air Canada (TSX: AC) made headlines as it announced to more than double its operating capacity, measured in terms of available seat miles (ASM) this year, from 2021 levels this year while hosting its Investor Day event on Wedn ...

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Is Bombardier (TSX: BBD.B) stock a buy as it seeks share consolidation?

Is Bombardier (TSX: BBD.B) stock a buy as it seeks share consolidation?

Highlights Bombardier (TSX: BBD.B) stocks attracted some attention after it issued a notice of a special meeting on Friday, March 25, for its shareholders to seek authorization for its Class A and Class B shares to consolidate. Bomb ...

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Why did NFI Group (TSX: NFI) stock plummet 22%?

Why did NFI Group (TSX: NFI) stock plummet 22%?

NFI Group Inc (TSX: NFI) is drawing attention in the stock market after its stock sank as low as C$ 14.83 apiece during the trading session on Thursday, March 10. This sharp fall in its stock price came as the company reported its fourth-qu ...

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Cargojet (TSX: CJT) sees revenue zoom 26% in Q4. A cargo stock to buy?

Cargojet (TSX: CJT) sees revenue zoom 26% in Q4. A cargo stock to buy?

Cargojet Inc (TSX: CJT) has been turning heads on the stock markets in the wake of its fourth-quarter and year-end results for fiscal 2021, which were released on Monday, March 7. The air cargo company said that its total net income amount ...

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AC, BBD.B & TRZ: Can these TSX industrial stocks fly higher?

AC, BBD.B & TRZ: Can these TSX industrial stocks fly higher?

Lately, the industrial sector seems to be on the rebound as the S&P/TSX Capped Industrials Index is up 4.21 per cent month-to-date. With Spring around the corner and summer coming up, and with Covid-related travel restrictions easing, i ...

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WestJet (TSX: ONEX) to acquire Sunwing: Are the airline stocks a buy?

WestJet (TSX: ONEX) to acquire Sunwing: Are the airline stocks a buy?

Highlights WestJet Group and Sunwing are trending hot in the Canadian markets after announcing the acquisition deal between them on Wednesday, March 2. WestJet Group, a Canada-based airline owned by the publicly-listed equity investment ...

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Algoma (TSX:ALC) profit soared 79% YoY in 2021. A buy?

Algoma (TSX:ALC) profit soared 79% YoY in 2021. A buy?

Algoma Central Corporation (TSX:ALC) posted record financial results for 2201 and said its revenues were C$ 598,873, reflecting a year-over-year (YoY) increase of 10 per cent. Gregg Ruhl, President and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) at Algo ...

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