Is CSX Corporation’s Stock Fairly Priced?

by Trefis Team
CSX Corporation
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CSX Corporation (NYSE: CSX) stock price is currently trading around $70 levels, which translates into a market cap of $56 billion, while we estimate the price to be around $80, reflecting the valuation for the company to be around $65 billion. While CSX Corporation’s valuation appears to be higher, given the price to earnings multiple, the company is valued roughly in line with its peers. CSX Corporation’s ongoing efforts to rationalize its lanes, and bring down the operating ratio, will help its growth in the long run. In this note we show CSX Corporation’s valuation, and compare it to its peers. Look at our interactive dashboard analysis ~ CSX Corporation Valuation: Is CSX Corporation Fairly Priced? ~ for more details. In addition, you can see more of our data for industrial companies here.

CSX Corporation’s Valuation Is More Than That of Norfolk Southern But Much Lower Than That of Union Pacific, Based On Trefis Price Estimates

  • CSX Corporation Valuation : $64.6 Billion
  • Union Pacific Corporation’s Valuation: $112.7 Billion
  • Norfolk Southern’s Valuation: $51.8 Billion

CSX Corporation’s Price To Earnings Multiple Based On Trefis Price Estimate Is Slightly Higher Than That of Union Pacific And Norfolk Southern, On Projected 2019 Earnings

  • CSX Corporation Valuation : 19.1x
  • Union Pacific Corporation’s Valuation: 17.4x
  • Norfolk Southern’s Valuation: 18.2x

CSX Corporation’s Revenue Grew At A Slower Pace Between 2016 And 2018, When Compared To Union Pacific And Norfolk Southern

CSX Corporation’s EBITDA Margins Are Higher Than That of Union Pacific And Norfolk Southern

CSX Corporation’s Net Earnings Margin Is Higher Than That of Union Pacific And Norfolk Southern

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