(Reuters) -Canadian Nationwide Railway Co stated on Friday it will resume a beforehand permitted share buyback, days after strolling away from its $29.6-billion deal for U.S. railroad operator Kansas Metropolis Southern.



a train covered in snow: FILE PHOTO: A Canadian National Railway (CN Rail) train moves through wooden pallets beside an encampment of the Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory


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FILE PHOTO: A Canadian Nationwide Railway (CN Rail) practice strikes by way of picket pallets beside an encampment of the Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory

The biggest Canadian railroad expects to finish the remaining C$1.1 billion ($869.02 million) of share repurchases by the tip of January subsequent yr, it stated in a press release.

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