Trinity Industries traded at $28.42 this Wednesday February 1st, decreasing $0.35 or 1.22 percent since the previous trading session. Looking back, over the last four weeks, Trinity Industries lost 4.53 percent. Over the last 12 months, its price fell by 2.80 percent. Looking ahead, we forecast Trinity Industries to be priced at 27.38 by the end of this quarter and at 24.77 in one year, according to Trading Economics global macro models projections and analysts expectations.


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Peers Price Day Year
Toray Industries 792.00 -3.80 -0.48% 20.36%
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries 5,072.00 -8.00 -0.16% 64.46%
Kawasaki 2,972.00 13.00 0.44% 34.06%
Alfa 14.17 0.53 3.89% -4.96%
Alamo 158.57 2.10 1.34% 17.63%
Allison Transmission 45.53 0.45 1.00% 16.33%
Ametek 145.15 0.23 0.16% 3.83%
Astec Industries 44.33 0.19 0.43% -29.57%
C.H. Robinson Worldwide 102.12 1.95 1.95% 10.35%
Canadian National Railway USA 119.42 0.33 0.28% -4.46%
Canadian Pacific Railway USA 77.95 -0.95 -1.20% 6.69%
Carlisle Companies 255.56 4.70 1.87% 14.97%
CSX 31.59 0.67 2.17% -10.28%
Commercial Vehicle Group 8.58 0.20 2.39% 10.28%
China Yuchai International 9.36 0.22 2.41% -30.92%
Expeditors International Of Washington 113.66 5.51 5.09% -0.54%
FedEx 202.11 8.25 4.26% -19.74%
Federal Signal 53.61 0.36 0.68% 40.41%
GATX Corp 116.25 1.80 1.57% 11.19%
Greenbrier Companies 30.41 -0.51 -1.65% -25.39%
General Electric 82.32 1.84 2.29% -16.03%
HUB 88.27 3.00 3.52% 14.99%
Icahn Enterprises 53.49 -0.27 -0.50% -2.57%
Illinois Tool Works 239.55 3.51 1.49% 1.52%
J. B. Hunt 195.96 6.91 3.66% 0.09%
Knight Transportation 61.04 1.94 3.28% 6.36%
Landstar System 178.92 6.09 3.52% 9.89%
Miller Industries 29.41 0.40 1.38% -6.43%
3M 115.86 0.78 0.68% -30.48%
Manitowoc 14.23 0.53 3.87% -21.29%
New Flyer Industries Inc 10.85 0.04 0.37% -44.07%
Norfolk Southern 248.79 2.98 1.21% -11.17%
Ryder System 96.62 2.21 2.34% 30.29%
FreightCar America 3.61 0.08 2.27% 0.28%
Siemens 143.00 0.10 0.07% 1.76%
Smiths 1,765.50 38.50 2.23% 12.63%
Terex 51.70 0.73 1.43% 22.16%
Trinity Industries 28.42 -0.35 -1.22% -2.80%
Union Pacific 207.93 3.74 1.83% -17.25%
United Parcel Service 184.98 -0.25 -0.14% -20.31%
Westinghouse Air Brake Technologies 104.48 0.67 0.65% 15.17%
Werner 48.43 1.46 3.11% 8.44%
Wabash National 26.18 0.42 1.63% 55.09%
Wärtsilä 8.87 0.15 1.72% -19.25%
XPO Logistics 43.16 3.30 8.28% -35.56%

Indexes Price Day Year
US400 2695 42.82 1.61% 1.24%

Trinity Industries
Trinity Industries, Inc. is an owner of businesses that provides railcar products and services in North America. The Company operates through three segments: Railcar Leasing and Management Services Group, Rail Products Group and all Other. The Railcar Leasing and Management Services Group segment owns and operates a fleet of railcars and provides third-party fleet leasing, management, and administrative services. The Rail Products Group segment manufactures and sells railcars and related parts and components and provides railcar maintenance and modification services. All Other segment includes its highway products business and legal, environmental, and maintenance costs associated with non-operating facilities. The Company's rail-related businesses market their railcar products and services under the trade name TrinityRail. It also owns businesses engaged in the manufacturing of products used in roadways and in traffic control.